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Squires Gate 0 Fleetwood Town 9: Match report

Town’s Development Squad inflicted a humbling defeat on Gate at Marton last night.

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Gary Pett scores the winner against Clitheroe  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate ready for Fleetwood Town test

Fleetwood Town’s development squad visit Squires Gate tonight for a 7.30pm kick-off.

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Gary Pett scores Gate's winner  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate 3 Clitheroe 2: Match report

Gate came from 2-0 down at half-time to beat their Evo-Stik North visitors and boost their build-up to the 2017/18 season.

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Henry Jones

Non-league action: Fylde ace’s dream start, Squires Gate friendly, AFC Blackpool signing

AFC Fylde new boy Henry Jones was delighted to make a dream start to his Coasters career with a stunning goal in the 5-0 friendly win over Marine.

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Jake Higham equalised for Gate Picture: ALBERT COOPER

New Mills 3 Squires Gate 3: Match report

Gate trailed 3-1 with seven minutes remaining at relegated New Mills but ended the season with a point thanks to Jake Higham’s stoppage-time equaliser.

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Been Seear went close with this effort at Darwen Picture: ALBERT COOPER

AFC Darwen 4 Squires Gate 1: Match report

Gate remain in relegation danger after their hosts moved above them with victory in this crucial Hallmark Security League clash.

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Stuart Hopwood

Time is right to go, says Gate chairman Hopwood

Squires Gate FC chairman Stuart Hopwood said it is the “right time” to step down after taking the tough decision to retire after 11 years in charge.

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Gate celebrate their last-gasp equaliser  Picture: IAN DAVIES

Chairman aims to leave Gate on a high

Squires Gate FC chairman Stuart Hopwood hopes to end his 11 seasons at the helm on a high after a late, late equaliser at home to Congleton brought a most welcome point.

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Jordan Casey scores for Gate

Winsford United 4 Squires Gate 2: Match report

Gate paid for a nightmare start, conceding twice in the first eight minutes, and have now taken just one point from eight Hallmark Security League fixtures.

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Tarren Moxon completes his hat-trick

Squires Gate 3 Winsford United 3: Match report

Tarren Moxon’s hat-trick gave Gate a 3-0 lead they squandered as their winless run stretched to seven games.

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Tarren Moxon puts Gate ahead  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Abbey Hey 3 Squires Gate 2: Match report

Gate have taken just one point from their last six Hallmark Security League games after surrendering a 2-1 lead in Manchester.

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Gate's Joe Griffith pulls off a fine save   Picture: ALBERT COOPER

AFC Liverpool 4 Squires Gate 2: Match report

Gate lost another goal-fest against Liverpool, where they conceded after 40 seconds, then hit back to take the lead only to be beaten by three goals in eight minutes.

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Paul Carroll climbs highest for Gate  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

1874 Northwich 4 Squires Gate 1: Match report and reaction

Promotion-chasing Northwich climbed to second in the Hallmark Security League after inflicting this third successive defeat on Gate.

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Andrew Richards can't find a way through for Gate in a goalmouth scramble  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate 1 Abbey Hey 3: Match report and reaction

Gate have lost back-to-back home games in the Hallmark Security League premier division as their wait for a first victory of 2017 continues.

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Ben Seear with an acrobatic attempt for Gate   Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate 1 Maine Road 2: Match report

Gate suffered their first defeat since Christmas as Maine Road came from behind to stun their hosts with two quick goals before half-time.

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Brian Addison

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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