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Star date: 24th April 2011 

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SALFORD GO NINE UNBEATEN

Salford City extended their unbeaten run to nine games, playing out a drab end of season scoreless draw. But, with two games left there's still a top ten finish at stake, starting at Warrington Town on Monday – when nothing less than a 60-0 victory will do to avenge Warrington's stuffing of Salford Reds rugby the other day.

Match report and double top photos by Andrew Goudie and Gareth Lyons here…

 


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A footy journalist, Sing Tsz Fung, had come all the way from Hong Kong to see Salford City's penultimate game at Moor Lane declaring it "a great experience for me".

Don't know what game he was watching. For Salford City fans this was one of the worst matches of the whole season, Prescot Cables dragging the Ammies down to their miserable dull dire level.

Yep, the Easter Bunny brought nothing but sunshine to Moor Lane – barely a shot at goal from either team. The most exciting thing that happened was…well nothing really. End of.

Well, at least we have lots of photos by Andrew Goudie and Gareth Lyons to enjoy which do make the game look really exciting.

* Perhaps the players were saving themselves for the final two games. The first is away on Monday at Warrington Town where a 60-0 victory is expected to avenge Warrington Wolves demolition of Salford City Reds at The Willows last Friday.

And the final game of the season is at home to play off placed Chorley on Friday 29th April (3pm) in an alternative to some wedding that's going off in London.


Main photo by Gareth Lyons

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