Witton Albion Youth vs Irlam FC.

Fourth-placed Witton Albion Youth are in action on Sunday afternoon when they welcom Irlam FC in a North West Youth Alliance Division One fixture. The lads were surprisingly held to a 2-2 draw last weekend at Grappenhall Sports. Irlam FC currently sit seventh in the table, having played four games - winning once and drawn two so another tough challenge is ahead of our youngsters but they are in good form and will go into the game in confident mood as they aim to climb the table. The game is being played at Sandbach Community Football Centre with a 2.30pm kick off.

CW11 3LZ.

Directions: Turn right onto King Street/A530. Continue to follow A530 for 0.3 miles. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on A530 and follow for 0.3 miles. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on A530 for 2.3 miles. Continue straight onto King Street/B5309, continue to follow King Street for 1.6 miles. Turn right onto Kinderton Street/A54 and follow for 0.1 miles. Turn left onto Leadsmithy Street/A533. Continue to follow A533 for 3.7 miles. Turn right onto Station Road/B5079. Continue to follow Station Road for 0.5 miles and continue onto Elworth Road follow for 0.3 miles. Turn right to stay on Elworth Road and continue for 299 ft. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Hind Heath Road/B5079 and follow for 0.2 miles. Turn left onto Restricted-usage road and proceed for 276 ft. Sandbach Community Football Centre is opposite the Cricket Club. (Total Distance - 11.6 miles).

Parking: The Car Park has spaces for 30 cars.

Admission Prices: Admission is Free to everyone.

Full Time Score from Sandbach Community Football Centre:

North West Youth Alliance Division One:

Witton Albion Youth 1 Irlam FC 5.

Witton’s Youth team went down to defeat against a lively Irlam FC Youth outfit on Sunday at Sandbach Community Football Centre.

Sean Cusack was the main reason as he notched a hat-trick for the visitors, Alex Francis and Kaydn Craven added further goals in the convincing win. Jordan Carroll replied for the Albion but it was mere consolation.