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19 Oct 2018 : Club of the Month award is presented to Linnets by EVO-STIK League chairman

Runcorn Linnets chairman Mike Bignall and club secretary Tracy Measor were very pleased to officially accept the EVO-STIK League's West Division Club of the Month Award for September.

The presentation was made at a league meeting last night by league chairman Mark Harris (right).

Linnets picked up the accolade after a flying start to our first season as a Step 4 club, on the back of promotion as Hallmark Security (North West Counties) League Premier Division champions.

19 Oct 2018 : Liam Collings joins Stafford Rangers

Time has been called on Liam Collings' brief spell as a Runcorn Linnets player.

The 18-year-old former Liverpool FC Academy midfielder, who joined at the end of August from Fleetwood Town, has left The Millbank for EVO-STIK Premier Division side Stafford Rangers.

Liam moves on with our best wishes.

19 Oct 2018 : Glossop move ends Mitch's stay at Linnets

Mitch Bryant has left Runcorn Linnets to join EVO-STIK League West rivals Glossop North End.

The well-travelled striker made 30 appearances (including 10 starts) for the Linnets overall, scoring six goals, but had only two outings this season after suffering a back injury early in the campaign.

He links up again with newly-appointed GNE joint managers Peter Band and Lloyd Morrison for whom Mitch played during his days at Mossley.

We thank Mitch for his service to the club and wish him well.

13 Oct 2018 : Runcorn beat Colne 1-6

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Runcorn beat Colne in the EVO-STIK First Division West at Holt House Stadium with a score of 1-5. Kris Holt put the Linnets ahead in the 7th minute following a fantastic shot from just outside the area that was unstoppable. Freddie Potter increased the Linnets' lead with a lovely finish from inside the 6 yard box that left the 'keeper planted in the 24th minute. Danny O'Brien extended our lead in the 29th minute following a well-taken penalty. Colne pulled one back in the 40th minute. Connor McCarthy extended our lead with a terrific tap from inside the 6 yard box in the 54th minute. Danny O'Brien put us four goals clear in the 83rd minute from a well-taken penalty. Paul Shanley scored the 6th in the last seconds of extra time.

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12 Oct 2018 : Callum Lucy makes Linnets return

Runcorn Linnets have re-signed former Tranmere Rovers midfielder, Callum Lucy.

The midfielder made a spectacular arrival onto the Millbank Linnets Stadium scene with a stunning 40-yard goal in the club's 2017 pre-season friendly against Eagle Sports.

Although just the highlight of an excellent all round display from the youngster, it was a finish which certainly made the club's fans sit up and take notice.

Callum had been freed by Tranmere at the end of 2016-17, the last of his five first-team appearances (and his first in the National League) having come in the club's 1-0 victory at Maidstone United on the final day of that regular season.

He left the Linnets in November 2017, playing for Witton Albion and Skelmerdale United, but has now returned to the fold and is looking to build on his eight appearances and two goals in the Yellow and Green.

Welcome back, Callum!

Picture: James Eastup.

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