Great games between three six-a-side teams today at The Walkingdome. All close matches with quality goalkeeping and some sublime finishing. Was well worth the time & effort by all concerned and with the added bonus of a “newbie in our ranks, a big warm Wigan welcome to Peter. ⚽️
. . . . . whatever that entails, Monday 4th, Wednesday 6th June, half past ten kick-off time at The Walking Dome in Wigan.
WFA National Cup 1st Round Teams: Wigan Walkers FC 5 Wigan Athletic CT 1 Venue: PowerLeague Soccerdome Wigan Referee: Paul Carr Attendance: 67 In a local derby down at the Walkingdome this morning Wigan Walkers FC progressed through to the second round of the WFA national cup at the expense of Wigan
The much anticipated Over 50’s game is on Wednesday 23rd May with an 11am kick-off between ourselves and Wigan Athletic Community Trust in the first round of The Walking Football Associations National Cup. Tension is high amongst BOTH squad’s who both want to continue in this prestigious competition. Admission is free to spectators at The
☹ Our Over 65s lost 5-4 in a keenly contested match against Manchester Corinthians in the WFA National 1st round match at the Walking Dome today. In very hot tiring conditions our visitors just about edged it in a thrilling encounter. Some quite stunning goals were scored with both keepers making important saves as well. ⚽️ The
Even though our Over 65’s are playing their WFA National match against Manchester Corinthians our “normal” Monday session is still on, 10.30am start as usual.
Our Over 60’s traveled over to the site of Bolton Wanderers old ground Burnden Park to play a North West derby against “Third Space Bolton” in The Walking Football Association’s National tournament Round 1 Over Sixties category. 20 minutes each way on an overcast morning began with Tony Turner coming close very early on hitting the base
The inaugural Chorley walking football tournament we finished runners up after dominating the whole evening. The final ended 0-0 then our first penalty from me was stopped by Denis C then Dave Malone saved my blushes with a great save but another two block’s from Denis and even though Gary scored his penalty we had unfortunately lost. In the
According to the squad the match was like playing Wimbledon, 1980s style long ball overhead height, not Walking Football but normal football rules applied. However quality told in the end, they got the ball down and played some good football. A good win in very hot difficult conditions, with a 4pm kick off and the match was an