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22 Apr 2019 : Runcorn lost to Widnes 0-2
Widnes went ahead in the 45th minute with a goal from Finlay Sinclair-Smith. In the 72nd minute the Linnets substituted Zac Aley for Mitch Bryant. In the 72nd minute the Linnets substituted Antony Hickey for Kurt Sherlock. In the 74th minute Widnes substituted George Webster for Ben Hodkinson. Mitch Bryant received a Yellow Card for The Linnets in the 75th minute. In the 81st minute the Linnets substituted Paul Shanley for Tom Bailey. In the 85th minute Widnes substituted Chris Lomax for Harry Brazel. In the 87th minute Mitch suffered an injury and had to leave the pitch. Widnes got another in the 89th minute with a goal from Conor Ready. In the 90th minute Widnes substituted Finlay Sinclair-Smith for Niall Watson. In the 8th minute of added time of the second half the Linnets were awarded a penalty. In the 9th minute of added time of the second half the penalty hit the bar.
20 Apr 2019 : Runcorn draw with Trafford 0-0
Declan Rydings received a Yellow Card for Trafford in the 49th minute. Kris Holt received a Yellow Card for The Linnets in the 52nd minute. In the 54th minute Trafford substituted Michael Jones for Ross Davidson. In the 56th minute Trafford substituted Liam Ellis for Danny Wilkins. In the 67th minute the Linnets substituted Freddie Potter for Tom Bailey. In the 68th minute the Linnets substituted Antony Hickey for Kurt Sherlock. Mitch Bryant received a Yellow Card for The Linnets in the 72nd minute. In the 87th minute the Linnets substituted Mitch Bryant for Zac Aley.
17 Apr 2019 : Runcorn Linnets pledge support for inspirational Alfie's charity
A 10-year-old footballer, who launched a mental health charity in memory of his dad, will be the guest of honour at Runcorn Linnets' Easter Monday local derby against Widnes.
Alfie Fitzsimmons is goalkeeper for Widnes' Under 10s team and, at the invitation of the Linnets, he and his team-mates will take part in a half-time penalty shootout as mascots for the EVO-STIK League West fixture.
After the death in 2017 of his father, who had suffered with mental health problems, Alfie wanted to help youngsters whose lives are or have been impacted by such illness.
There will be a matchday bucket collection for 'Alfie's Squad' which is raising funds for a children's-focused area at Everton Football Club's proposed People's Place mental health facility.
The link-up with the Premier League club resulted from a poignant letter Alfie sent to Goodison Park seeking support with his goal.
Everton and England stars Michael Keane and Theo Walcott recently visited Alfie's school in Wavertree, Liverpool, to launch his campaign.
Josh Chistian, a Trust Board member at Runcorn Linnets, hailed Alfie as an "inspirational young man".
One of the club's regular fans, Alan Brown read about Alfie on Facebook and suggested that the Linnets could do something to support the youngster.
Mr Christian said: "When the club was made aware of Alfie's story, we had to help.
"Men's mental health is such an imporant issue and anything that can be done to raise awareness like Alfie is doing so amazingly well is very important."
Widnes U10s will accompany their club's senior team onto the field before kick off while the Linnets first team are to be joined by Runcorn Linnets U6s.
Mr Christian added: "Runcorn Linnets are proud to be able to help in a small way to help Alfie reach his target and we would like to make the game as special as possible for Alfie.
"We are asking fans to give what they can to the collection."
16 Apr 2019 : March win seals awards hat-trick for Linnets' centre back Aaron
Runcorn Linnets' Player of the Month for March, sponsored by Bowland Brewery, is Aaron Morris.
This is the second successive award for Aaron and his third of the season overall.
In an inconsistent month of results for the team, Aaron's own level of consistency rarely faltered, despite him playing every minute of every game in a busy month of fixtures. He also stepped seamlessly into the captain's role on several occasions throughout the month due to the unavailability of Paul Shanley, who had himself been deputising for the injured Kyle Hamid.
A match-winning goal and two man-of-the- match performances added extra gloss to a solid month of football for Aaron, who helped his side to two crucial victories as the race for the play-offs entered its final furlong.
Club secretary Tracy Measor presented the player with his award.
13 Apr 2019 : Runcorn beat Colwyn Bay 4-0
Paul Shanley received a Yellow Card for The Linnets in the 4th minute. Louis Corrigan put the Linnets ahead in the 3rd minute of added time of the first half with a cracking corner. After a brilliant header from a corner Aaron Morris put us a further goal clear in the 56th minute. Freddie Potter put us three ahead from the edge of the area from a fantastic strike despite the 'keeper getting something on it in the 62nd minute. In the 63rd minute Colwyn Bay substituted James Ellison for James Barrigan. In the 66th minute the Linnets substituted Paul Shanley for Zac Aley. In the 75th minute Colwyn Bay substituted Alexander Downes for Jordan Carrington. In the 76th minute the Linnets substituted Kris Holt for Danny O'Brien. In the 82nd minute the Linnets substituted Antony Hickey for Frank Jones. Louis Corrigan received a Yellow Card for The Linnets in the 88th minute. In the 2nd minute of added time of the second half following a coolly taken touch from inside the 6 yard box Freddie Potter put us four goals clear.
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