North West Counties

Some articles on north west counties, west, counties, north:

Rory Patterson - Honours - Club
... FC United of Manchester Northern Premier League President's Cup (1) 2007–08 North West Counties League Division One (1) 2006–07 North West Counties ...
A.F.C. Liverpool
... The club kicked off the 2010–11 season in North West Counties League Division One ... The club was formed in 2008 and won the North West Counties First Division Trophy in its inaugural season ...
A.F.C. Fylde - History - North West Counties League
... Following their West Lancashire League championship success in 2006–07, the club were accepted into the North West Counties League for the 2007–08 season ... The club's first match in the North West Counties League was a home match on 11 August 2007, against Darwen in front of 101 fans, which they won 5–0 ... club played their first ever match in the FA Vase beating Northern Counties East League Division One club Worsbrough Bridge Athletic 3–0 ...
List Of Former Football League Clubs - Clubs - Other Former Member Clubs
... Bootle 1892–93 1892–93 Resigned Playing in the North West Counties Football League Premier Division Boston United 2002–03 2006–07 Relegated Playing in the Conference North ... Diamonds 2001–02 2005–06 Relegated Defunct, AFC Rushden Diamonds playing in the United Counties Football League Division One Scarborough 1987–88 1998–99 ...
A.F.C. Liverpool - Competition History
... F A GD Pts Pos Average Home Att.1 2008–09 North West Counties League First Division 39 ... +43 69 4/18 316 2009–10 North West Counties League First ...

Famous quotes containing the words north and/or west:

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    Every other evening around six o’clock he left home and dying dawn saw him hustling home around the lake where the challenging sun flung a flaming sword from east to west across the trembling water.
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