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18 Mar 2018 : Dylan Forth makes Runcorn Linnets debut
A very warm, if slightly belated, welcome to Dylan Forth.
The 21-year-old 'keeper joined from Stockport Town yesterday morning - in time to make his debut against City of Liverpool - having previously been with Aston Villa, Chester and FC United of Manchester.
17 Mar 2018 : Runcorn draw with City of Liverpool FC 1-1
Runcorn drew with City of Liverpool FC in the The Hallmark Security League Premier Division at The Millbank Linnets Stadium with a score of 1-1. City of Liverpool FC went ahead in the 61st minute. Michael Simpson equalised in the 67th minute following an unstoppable shot from just outside the area that almost burst the net.
07 Mar 2018 : Paul Shanley wins league player of the month award
Congratulations to Paul Shanley, who has won the Macron Player of the Month award for February in The Hallmark Security League Premier Division.
Shanners is the fourth Linnets player to win such an accolade this season, following the successes of Stuart Wellstead, Danny O'Brien and Freddie Potter.
Well done, Paul - richly deserved once again!
05 Mar 2018 : Runcorn lose to Widnes 2-1
Runcorn lost to Widnes in the The Hallmark Security League Premier Division at Select Security Stadium with a score of 2-1. Widnes scored in the 40th minute. Freddie Potter equalised in the 67th minute following an unstoppable shot from just outside the 6 yard box. 90+ mins:Penalty awarded to Widnes. Widnes scored in added time of the second half.
05 Mar 2018 : Paul Ramsden, Runcorn Linnets fundraiser and founder Board member, passes away
IT is with deep regret and huge sadness that Runcorn Linnets announce the death of our great friend, Paul Ramsden.
Paul passed away in the early hours of this morning, after a very brave battle with cancer.
One of the Linnets' biggest fans, Paul was also a major fundraiser for the club.
He was perhaps best known to many of our fans through selling match day raffle tickets at The Millbank Linnets Stadium. This was a labour of love he carried out until very recently.
Prior to that, Paul had been our merchandising officer - making many a trip to grounds with shirts, coats and hats to ensure our supporters were kitted out.
Paul was a founder Trust Board member of the club in 2006 and later became Trust secretary but above all, he was an extremely loyal and long-standing follower of the Linnets whose love for the club, old and new, was undiminished through contrasting times and fortunes at Canal Street, Widnes, Prescot and Witton Albion.
A regular supporter, home and away, Paul approached his illness with a great deal of courage, positivity and determination and had particularly enjoyed his football this season, his great hope being that the team would finally gain promotion.
Our players will be wearing black arm bands this evening and thanks to our friends at Widnes FC, we will also be remembering Paul with a minute's applause ahead of the derby game at The Select Security Stadium.
We will again recognise Paul's immense contribution to Runcorn Linnets at our next home match.
The club offers its deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to Paul's wife Kath, their sons Matt and Nick and extended family.
Rest in Peace, Paul - you will forever be in our thoughts and never be forgotten at The Millbank Linnets Stadium.
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