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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Thu 12 Apr 2018
Posted in League

An amazing 2-1 win over promotion chasers Sutton United gives FC Halifax three more points which could book their place in the National League next season. Let’s have a look at how the other clubs are doing.

Youngsters in Wirral and Merseyside can enjoy specialist football coaching at Tranmere Rovers, starting later this month, with Mini Rovers and Young Rovers courses.

There will be seven-week courses for youngsters to learn and improve their football skills under the supervision of our experienced UEFA A & B Licensed coaches, starting from Under-6.

Bromley FC will take to the hallowed turf of the Wembley National Stadium for the Buildbase FA Trophy Final on Sunday 20th May 2018, KO 4:15pm.

The FA have confirmed they have allocated the Club all the tickets for block 134, directly behind the goal, which the Club will be selling directly to Bromley season ticket holders. The physical ’paper tickets to sell directly to season tickets holders won’t be with the club for at least another two weeks. Season ticket holders will be contacted as soon as tickets arrive.

Dagenham & Redbridge sponsors from Pondfield Road, A13 Steel, are running an Incentive Scheme that will help raise funds for the Daggers.

A13 Steel has promised to pay a percentage on any steel or scaffolding orders placed with them as a commission payment to the Daggers.

They have stated that for every referral slip that is submitted for steel or scaffolding and results in a firm quote being issued will be automatically entered a draw for a two-night stay in Barcelona including hotel and flights.

Finally, an agreement that supports the long-term ambitions of Woking Football Club will be progressed following a decision by elected members at last week’s Full Council meeting.

The Council has agreed to enter into the agreement with GolDev and Woking Football Club.

The development agreement allows for the development of the club’s ground and adjoining land. It will include the reconfiguration of the football ground and construction of residential properties. The first step will be to conduct a feasibility assessment which will be considered by the Council in July 2018.

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