Squires Gate FC

Squires Gate FC

Match report: Squires Gate 6 Barnton 4

After ten goals,  two red cards and a hat-trick for Gary Pett, Gate came out on top in this feisty Hallmark Security Premier Division premier division game.
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Dan Gray on the attack for Squires Gate against Burscough

Match report: Squires Gate 1 Burscough 2

Two-goal Chad Whyatt scored the late winner to knock Gate out of the Macron Cup.
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Dean Ing (number eight) heads for goal 	  Picture: Albert Cooper

Match report: Barnoldswick Town 5 Squires Gate 0

Squires Gate’s seven-game unbeaten run came to an end on Saturday as Andy Clarkson’s men were beaten 5-0 at Barnoldswick Town.

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Dean Ing scores Gate's stoppage time winner

Match report: Squires Gate 2 Irlam 1

Dean Ing's stoppage-time strike sealed Gate's sixth win in seven unbeaten games under manager Andy Clarkson and saw them climb into the top 10 of the Hallmark Security League premier division.

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Gate celebrate Ryan Charnley's winner

Match report: Widnes 0 Squires Gate 1

Ryan Charnley scored a last-minute winner as two good teams faced off at the Select Security Stadium.

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Tyler Atack seals victory with Gate's third goal

Match report: Squires Gate 3 Ashton Athletic 1

Gate stretched their unbeaten run to five games with victory over in-form Ashton at Brian Addison Stadium

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Gary Pett scores his first goal of the afternoon       Picture: Albert Cooper

Match report: Squires Gate 3 Congleton Town 1

Squires Gate pulled out their best performance of the season on Saturday in beating Congleton Town 3-1.

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Squires Gate claimed a point from their trip to Winsford United on Saturday

Match report: Winsford United 2 Squires Gate 2

Squires Gate picked up a valuable point with a 2-2 draw at in-form Winsford United but it could – and should – have been all three points.

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Andy Clarkson

New manager Clarkson rises to challenge of lifting Squires Gate up table

Andy Clarkson is ready for the “massive challenge” of lifting Squires Gate up the Hallmark Security League premier division as he begins his second stint as manager away to Winsford United tomorrow.

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Gal Pett makes it 3-1 with his second for Gate

Squires Gate win nine-goal thriller after manager's exit

A first home win of the season, 5-4 against AFC Liverpool, lift managerless Squires Gate off the bottom of premier division.

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Substitute Radim Cech gets a cross over for Gate

Match report: Squires Gate 0 Bootle 5

Another heavy defeat left Gate back at the bottom of the Hallmark Security League premier division, with just one win from 11 matches.

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Tarren Moxon equalises for Gate

Match report: Squires Gate 2 Padiham 2

Gate picked up their first Hallmark Security League premier division point on home soil last night with a creditable draw against Padiham.

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Tarren Moxon saw this effort for Gate saved
Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Match report: Squires Gate 0 Runcorn Linnets 5

Gate couldn’t build on their first league points of the season at Darwen as they were heavily beaten by the second-placed Linnets in the Hallmark Security League premier division.

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Gary Pett scores for Gate Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Match report: Squires Gate 2 Radcliffe Borough 3

Squires Gate exited the Lancashire Trophy at the first-round stage but can be proud of their fightback against higher league opposition.

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Dean Ing heads Gate's winner Picture: ALBERT COOPER

AFC Darwen 0 Squires Gate 1: First win of season lifts Gate off bottom

Gate took the lead after a minute and held on to it throughout the game to record their first win of the season.

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Jack Williams crosses for Dean Ing to score Gate's goal  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Match report: Squires Gate 1 Widnes 2

Gate’s first-ever Friday night league game didn’t bring about a change of fortunes on the field as they suffered a sixth successive Hallmark Security League defeat.

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Gate's Tarren Moxon goes close Picture: ALBERT COOPER

FA Vase report: Squires Gate 2 Congleton Town 6

Gate’s wait for their first win of the season goes on after rampant Congleton knocked them out of the Buildbase FA Vase in the first qualifying round.

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Jack Williams scores for Gate Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Squires Gate 1 Runcorn Town 2: Match report

Gate are the only club without a point in the Hallmark Security League premier division but should have come away with something against the unbeaten leaders.

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Tarren Moxon gets a shot in for Gate Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Match report: Squires Gate 1 Barnoldswick Town 3

Gate’s wait for a first win of the Hallmark Security League season continues, though the bottom club did battle back into this game in the second half.

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Tarren Moxon goes close for Gate  Picture: ALBERT COOPER

Match report: Irlam 4 Squires Gate 0

Three successive heavy defeats have left Gate bottom of the Hallmark Security League premier division, having conceded 13 goals.

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