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I am delighted to say that for the upcoming match versus Nomans Heath on Sunday 2nd December, we have a new sponsor.

TC Tours — a new body of local sports enthusiasts who have travelled together for a number of football matches, including Wembley for Crewe Alex's successful play-off match in May — have sponsored the match ball.

These are welcome funds for us as we grow into a good team of players and yet one more example of just what a special place this village is.

Audlem is a true gem and soon to shine even brighter as the myriad of tree lights set us up for the coming festivities.

Hopefully we will win this weekend and so repay the confidence shown by these new sponsors.

Ralph Warburton
AFC chairman

 

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