Blues look to remain unbeaten
Last night’s 3-1 win at Bala meant the Blues have won three of their opening four pre-season games – drawing the other at Hyde. At Maes Tegid, the scores were level going into the break. Nyal Bell capitalised on some sloppy goalkeeping to open the scoring – before the hosts levelled. However, after the break 16-year-old Lloyd Marsh-Hughes – of the Chester FC Academy – scored a wonderfully composed goal before setting up Harry White to wrap the scoring up.
What about Altrincham?
Alty have had three pre-season games so far; winning one, drawing one and losing one. They started with a draw away at Whitchurch Alport – followed by home defeat to Stockport; before bouncing back with a comfortable 4-1 win over Kidsgrove on Saturday. In that game, former Blues playing for Alty included Tony Thompson, Jerome Wright and Academy Graduate Tom Peers.
Kick off at the J.Davidson Stadium tonight is 7.45. Ticket prices are £7 adults, £5 concessions, £2 U16 and FREE for U12s.
There will also be a collection tonight in aid of Vicki Griffiths – the sister of Tom Peers.
Collection to be staged at tomorrow night's game in aid of Vicki Griffiths, sister of @TomPeers_
— Altrincham FC (@altrinchamfc) July 17, 2017
Read more about this on Altrincham’s website HERE.
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