Lancashire Senior Cup Final on Wednesday

8 August  3 Comments  [Jump to last]
Everton and Oldham Athletic will meet in the Lancashire Senior Cup Final on Wednesday 10th August at the County Ground, Thurston Road in Leyland.

The match kicks off at 7:30pm and is a carry-over from the earlier rounds of the competition that were completed last season.

Everton are expected to field the bulk of their U23 team which has already won the Liverpool Senior Cup and SuperCupNI this pre-season.

Tickets Prices:

• Adults £8.00
• Concessions £4.00

Concession rates are to be made available for juniors under the age of 16 years and Senior Citizens. The qualifying age for Senior Citizens will be 60 years or over.

For further information on the Senior Cup Final please contact us on 01772 624000, or email info@lancashirefa.com

Read more at Lancashire FA


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John Dean
2 Posted 09/08/2016 at 08:19:52
I don't think this game gets a mention on the official site yet so well done to TW for publicising this game which will encourage a few more card-carrying blues fans to turn up, see some future first-teamers and cheer them home to another cup victory.

Rodriguez completed a classy chip finish against Prescot this week, his best finish since the goal he scored on his first start. Is he making a late challenge for first team consideration?

Michael Kenrick
4 Posted 09/08/2016 at 23:20:55
It was a nice little chip, John. But he has seemingly been 'stripped' of his shirt number (28) from last season, this having been given to Keiran Dowell.

He featured in around half of the Under-21s games last season, by my reckoning, and scored 3 goals. Not exactly pulling up trees...

John Dean
5 Posted 10/08/2016 at 11:46:39
I did watch a few of those games, Michael, and it was difficult to see what had prompted EFC to ship him in from South America. Roberto said it was because he scored goals but he missed most of the chances we created for him.

Confidence and form are so important though and maybe the culture change and injuries slowed his feeling a part of the club. That chip and his first goal do suggest he can make scoring look easy, though.

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