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Colne star is keeper of month
12:20pm Friday 9th November 2012 in Football
COLNE goalkeeper Chris Thompson has been boosted ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Wigan Robin Park after being named as the North West Counties Premier Division goalkeeper of the month.
Thompson won both the manager’s player of the year award and the players’ player of the year honour at Colne last season and has continued his fine form this season.
A consistent performer behind a relatively new and inexperienced back four, Thompson kept three clean sheets in six matches during October – producing a string of outstanding performances.
Colne secretary Ed Lambert, who nominated Thompson for the award, said: “I would not swap him for any other keeper in the league.”
Nigel Coates’ side are at home to Wigan Robin Park tomorrow and go into the game in sixth position in the Premier Division.
“The squad is gaining in strength as the season goes forward,” Coates said.
PADIHAM entertain Alsager Town after pulling off a Lancashire FA Trophy upset on Wednesday night as they clamied a 2-0 win over Evo-Stik First Division North side Lancaster City at the Arbories.
Ben Allen put the Storks ahead in the second round tie in the 17th minute before Andrew Tinker doubled their lead with 18 minutes remaining.
BACUP BOROUGH saw their Lancashire FA Trophy tie at Radcliffe Borough postponed because of a waterlogged pitch and are at home to Runcorn Town in the Premier Division this weekend.
BARNOLDSWICK TOWN travel to Stone Dominoes, while in the First Division AFC DARWEN make the trip to Chadderton.
NELSON are away to Northwich Villa.
In the Evo-Stik Premier Division, CHORLEY visit Ashton United after exiting the Lancashire FA Trophy with a 2-1 defeat at Kendal Town on Tuesday.
Kirk Mellor had put the Magpies ahead but Alex Taylor and Joe Bunney hit back for Kendal.
RAMSBOTTOM UNITED will be aiming to build on last weekend’s 5-0 triumph at Lancaster when they host Mossley in First Division North.
CLITHEROE entertain Curzon Ashton after winning 1-0 at Ossett Albion in their last match.
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