Manchester Walking Football September 2019
GMWF 60s League
Manchester Walking Football September 2019 kicked off the Autumn league on the 5th of the month. Divisions 1 & 2 took part on this day.
In Division 1 Bury Relics head the table on goal difference from the Spring winners and runners up Wakefield Wanderers and Rochdale AFC Strollers respectively. Division 2 sees Man City with a one point lead over Fleetwood Town Flyers and Manchester Corinthians Reds.
Divisions 3 & 4 played on 12th September. In Division 3 Manchester Corinthians Whites already have a five point advantage at the top of the table over Maccabi Old Codgers and Preston North End Senior Whites. Two of the three new teams in Division 4 did well, Moston Brook FC and Northgate Rovers are both on seven points, two points behind leaders Salcom (ex Mancom).
GMWF 65s League
Divisons 1 & 2 kicked off the Autumn league on 19th September. In Division 1 Bury Relics have a three point lead over Salcom. Division 2 sees Manchester Corinthians also leading the table by a three point margin over Preston North End Senior Whites.
Division 3 played on 26th September and newcomers to the 65s Fleetwood Town Flyers top the table. Maccabo Old Codgers and Rochdale Wanderers are two points behind, Maccabi in second spot with a better goal difference.
GMWF 70s League
With eight teams in two divisions, the first over 70s league in the country kicked off it’s second season on 26th September. Moston Brook FC were added to the seven teams competing in the Spring league.
In Division 1 last seasons winners Preston North End Senior Whites and runners up Rochdale AFC Strollers are first and second respectively. The Preston side leading by one point.
In Division 2 AFC Blackpool Senior Seasiders head the table by a goal difference of one over Man City, both teams on seven points.
Salcom, who couldn’t field a team this month, forfeited their games with 1-0 defeats.
GMWFL Win Award
The GMWFL won the Rochdale Borough Sports & Culture Initiative Award 2019. Download the video HERE. As regional winners we now go into the Greater Manchester Awards contested by the ten boroughs later in the year.
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