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FIVE SALFORD WAYS TO AVOID THE ROYAL WEDDING
 

Star date: 26th April 2011

Part 4: GO AND SEE SALFORD CITY FC

Salford City v Chorley
Friday 29th April 3pm kick off £7 (+one kid free with adult)
Moor Lane, Kersal, Salford 7

What better way to avoid the Will and Kate show than to go and watch Salford City's last game of the season at home to high flying Chorley. It's cheap, the bar's open all day and there's even the coronation of the Player of the Season after the match. Top atmosphere guaranteed!

Full details here…


Salford City have already knocked Chorley out of the FA Cup this season, and only got beat away by a goal in the ninetyzillionth Fergie minute. Meanwhile, a few months ago Chorley nicked Salford City's top scorer and talisman, Steve Foster, to help with their promotion run-in. So a grudge game is guaranteed.

The Ammies have still to cement a top ten finish which would be the highest in their history, while Chorley need to be as far up the top four as possible to get an advantage in the play offs. It won't be pretty. But it will be proper football with flags, chanting, ref baiting and maybe a few Steve Foster wind ups along the way.

After the match there's the Player of the Year awards which is always a bit of a party atmosphere. Willy and Kate can take a back seat – Salford City are at home!!!

Salford City v Chorley
3pm kick off £7 (+one kid free with adult)
Moor Lane, Kersal, Salford 7
Further details
www.salfordcityfc.co.uk

FIVE WAYS TO AVOID THE ROYAL WEDDING

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Nevaeh wrote
at 22:09:09 on 18 May 2011
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