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Squires Gate rename ground to honour stalwart Brian

A club stalwart who has been involved with Squires Gate FC for almost 60 years says he has been left “humbled” and “proud” after having the ground name in his honour.

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Seydou Bamba (arm raised) celebrates opening the scoring for Gate  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate 2 Cammell Laird 1907 0: Match report

Gate started 2017 in the best way, with a goal after just four minutes and three points against the bottom club in the Hallmark Security League premier division.

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Gate celebrate Brett Dawson's equaliser  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Runcorn Town 1 Squires Gate 1: Match report

Squires Gate ended 2016 on a high with a late equaliser away to the Hallmark Security League leaders, though they could have left Cheshire with all three points.

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Ben Seear goes close for Gate Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate 1 Ashton Athletic 1: Match report

Midfielder Ben Seear scored his second goal in two games as Squires Gate and Ashton Athletic drew 1-1 at School Road.

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Gate celebrate Ben Seear's opener

Bootle 0 Squires Gate 2: Match report

Gate’s first win for a month was arguably their most impressive of the season at the home of the Hallmark Security League title-chasers.

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Ryan Riley scores Gate's second  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate FC 2 New Mills 0: Match report

Gate’s first win in 10 games and first clean sheet in seven got them moving in the right direction again in the Hallmark Security League.

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Ben Seear scores Gate's second     Picture: ALBERT COOPER

RUNCORN LINNETS 4 SQUIRES GATE 3: Match report

Gate were left to rue missed chances as they let a 3-1 lead slip against the fourth-placed Linnets in the Hallmark Security League premier division.

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Ryan Tanser's strike makes it 4-4  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate 4 Hanley Town 4: Match report

Squires Gate played out a thrilling game at home to newly-promoted Hanley Town.

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Ryan Riley head's Gate ahead  Picture: STEVE MCLELLAN

Squires Gate 1 Chorley 2: Match report

Gate took the lead but bowed out of the Lancashire Challenge Trophy against the holders and 17-time winners from Vanarama National North.

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Gate's David Rossall

Squires Gate 1 Runcorn Town 6: Match report

Gate suffered their heaviest defeat of the season as Town ran riot to go top of the Hallmark Security League premier division.

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Ric Seear's late strike which was controversially rules offside

Squires Gate 1 Irlam 1: Match report

Gate found the net for the first time in four games, but they rued not scoring more on an afternoon they had a late ‘winner’ controversially ruled out.

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Gate keeper Ben Fletcher punches clear at Nelson Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Nelson 0 Squires Gate 0: Matchreport

Squires Gate came away from East Lancashire disappointed for the second time in a week after this goalless draw.

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Brett Dawson went close to scoring for Gate

Padiham 1 Squires Gate 0: Match report

Gate suffered their second Hallmark Security League defeat in five days after conceding an agonising 90th-minute winner in east Lancashire.

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Ric Seear heads over for Squires Gate  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate 0 Barnton 2: Match report

Gate suffered a disappointing defeat on their return to School Road after three away games.

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Hat-trick hero Ric Seear

Barnoldswick Town 2 Squires Gate 4: Match report

Ric Seear’s hat-trick enabled Gate to avenge last month’s defeat by Barnoldswick in the Hallmark Security League premier division.

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Brrett Dawson

Hanley Town 4 Squires Gate 2: Match report

Daniel Cope’s hat-trick consigned a Gate side with no recognised goalkeeper to a Hallmark Security League defeat in Staffordshire.

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Matchwinner Ric Seear

West Didsbury and Chorlton 2 Squires Gate 3

Gate halted their losing run with this hard-fought victory away to a Manchester side who had started the premier division season strongly in the Hallmark Security League.

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Mark Buchan tries a shot for Gate  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Maine Road 6 Squires Gate 1: Match report

Gate suffered a thrashing in Manchester, conceding four goals in the opening half-hour, including two penalties.

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Ric Seear scores his second   Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate 2 Barnoldswick 3

Two late goals by striker Ric Seear couldn’t save Gate from defeat after the visitors took a grip on this Hallmark Security League contest with three second-half strikes.

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Brett Dawson celebrates his goal  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

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Gate climbed into the top-10 of the Hallmark Security League with victory over the premier division’s bottom club as Mark Buchan scored twice.

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