Clitheroe Wolves set up title shot

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CLITHEROE went into this game knowing only a win would do, to maintain their title challenge.

Captain William Slipper steadied the nerves early on with a quickfire double, and Oli Hunter added a third before the break.

As Lloyd Hitchen cooly controlled the defence, Joe Llewellyn made it four shorlty after half-time.

Bacup rallied and got two goals back but the result was never in doubt.

Tyler High was man of the match.

With only one game remaining, Wolves know a victory will complete a remarkable season, with the league title.

The side are at Edisford School tomorrow, kick-off 11-15 a.m.

FINAL SCORE: Bacup 2, Clitheroe Wolves U9s 4

• WILPSHIRE Wanderers Under 12s (next year’s Under 13s) are looking for new players, in all positions when they make the step up to 11-a-side.

The side play in the Accrington and Junior District Football League, with matches on Saturday mornings and training Monday evenings.

For more information, please contact Oliver McCann (07854959263).

• READSTONE United nder 9s Yellow beat Trawden Celtic 3-2.

The goal scorers were Charlie Nowell with a brace, and an excellent header from man of the match Alex Morrissey.

The Under 10s Yellow progressed to the final of the Consolation Cup with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Ighten Leigh.

The goal scorers were Alasdair Moir and Cade Leonard.

The man of the match award went to Harry Burrows but all the team deserve praise for their efforts.

• FUTURE Stars is running a soccer school packed with fun coaching drills and tournaments in the Easter holidays at Roefield for children aged between six and 13.

The course also includes specialist goalkeeper training, for ages eight to 13.

Prices are £15 per day or £40 for three days, and for more information, call Henry Kay (07964909103) or e-mail futurestarsfootball@hotmail.co.uk

All coaches are filly CRB-checked and FA qualified up to UEFA B licence.