Apologies for the short notice, but all 4 and 5yr olds coming down to Saturday morning sessions 10am to 11am please be advised that sadly on Saturday 13th December the Sports Hall is not available and so our session has been cancelled.
We will be there as normal on Saturday 20th December 10am to 11am PLUS we will then also have our Xmas Party for the kids at Jungle Jims on Saturday 20th December from 12.30pm to 2.30pm. Please contact Paul for further information if you need – 07886 815149
Good Luck to our U15s Winwick Athletic Wolves against Lammack Juniors in Quarter Final of Lancashire County FA Cup which kicks-off at 12 noon today @DatenFC @culchethsports in Culcheth Datensportsclub
Hoping for a competitive good quality and exciting game of football played fairly and enjoyed by all.
Winwick U10 Colt’s are looking for players to boost their squad this season getting prepared for next season when going to 9v9 as U11s. Currently have 9 players but need additional players to strengthen our squad. Contact Ian Price on 07921807480 for details of training evening for you to come down.
Wet weather beginning to take its mark on venues today I am afraid. Mill House and Brook Acre School are both waterlogged and Pitches there unplayable.
UA Warrington is likely to be OPEN and subject to Referee discretion on their state of play. The Caretaker arrives at 9am so it will not be possible to inspect pitches there until quite late to confirm, apologies for that inconvenience if its any of your teams affected, but fairly sure all will be ok based on our regular inspections of all club venues.
Winwick Goalkeepers receive their brand new Gloves this morning courtesy of @HO_Soccer and @MW_Goalkeeping. Well done Martin Wilkinson for arranging this, and this is seen as a notable move forwards by Winwick Athletic in supporting the development of all Club Goalkeepers in addition to the dedicated goalkeeper coaching available weekly in our Club, once again courtesy of MW Goalkeeping
Winwick Athletic FC sends it deepest condolences for a 15yr old girl who tragically collapsed and died today whilst playing an U16s football game at Euxton.
Brave efforts using a defribrillator and CPR sadly failed to save her young life.
Thoughts of all involved in grassroots football are with the family, friends and team mates of this young girl. Cadley FC must be in a total state of shock and disbelief and all at Winwick Athletic FC have you in our thoughts.
1-minutes applause / silence to be respected before every Club game this weekend (Sat 25th / Sun 26th Oct 2014) in memory of Melissa Smith. RIP xx