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Samuel Bhatti – the 17-year-old Merseysider breaking through at Crewe

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Talented young footballers often find themselves playing a couple of age groups above their own. That's no different for Merseyside-born Samuel Bhatti, who is making his mark at Crewe Alexandra.
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More life-saving defibrillators needed for Merseyside clubs, urges captain

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A Liverpool grassroots club captain has called for more community clubs to install life-saving defibrillators at their facilities. Daniel Scott, captain of Princes Park Rangers who compete in the Liverpool Business Houses, spoke about the importance of defibrillators in grassroots football.

Rainhill Town crowned champions of Warrington District Division 2

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Rainhill Town have been crowned champions of Division 2 in the Warrington & District Football League. It is the first time the club has been promoted in almost a decade.
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Marine face Runcorn Linnets in play-off final

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It will be an all-Merseyside affair in the Northern Premier League West Division play-off final as Marine and Runcorn Linnets battle it out on Saturday. Marine dramatically won 3-2 at Workington on Tuesday, with Neil Kengni’s hat-trick making the difference for the Mariners.
Warrington keeper Dan Atherton - taken from Instagram, permission given to use by Dan Atherton

Warrington penalty hero Atherton: “Time to kick off and get that promotion”

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Warrington Town's Dan Atherton saved two penalties in the semi-final shootout to set up a tie against Scarborough United in the play-off final. The former Liverpool Academy goalkeeper ensured the game remained level all the way to penalties following Jordan Buckley's equaliser after half time to cancel out Darius Osei's opener for South Shields.

Match Report: Tranmere Development 3 Marine Women 2

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Tranmere Women’s Development reached the final of the Women’s League Cup after defeating Marine women 3-2 at Shafts youth club. Dave Crank’s Marine came into the game hopeful after a stunning performance in the previous league cup quarter final fixture that saw his side turnover Halewood Ladies 3-0.
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Neston Nomads FC beaten in Cheshire Sunday Cup final 

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Neston Nomads were beaten 2-0 by Dock AFC in the Cheshire Sunday Cup final. It ended an excellent cup run for Neston who had hammed AFC Prestbury 9-0 in the semi-final.
The Cavaliers in training Credit: Robert Swanwick

Meet Cavaliers FC the ‘Best worst team in Manchester’

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As Jurgen Klopp chases his second Premier League title as Liverpool manager, a Merseysider is looking to avoid relegation with a team dubbed "the best worst team in Manchester". Robert Swanwick is the newly appointed Cavaliers FC assistant manager after seeing the club’s plea for help online.

Skelmersdale boss McNally fears promotion chances may have gone

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Skelmersdale United manager, Paul McNally, insists he couldn’t be prouder of his team despite recent results potentially costing them a chance at promotion.

Southport FC preview: Can Port get their playoff bid back on track?

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Southport FC will look to get their playoff push back on track this Saturday when they travel to Alfreton Town in the Vanarama National League North. 

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