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posted by: M44 - Thursday 12th January, 2012


Irlam progress to semi finals of Premier Cup


TWO second-half goals took Irlam FC into the semi finals, and sent EVO Stik side New Mills AFC crashing out of the Manchester Premier Cup at Silver Street on Tuesday night.

Ross Needham had given the Millers the lead in their quarter-final tie, but goals from Liam Duffy and Steven Mills after the interval secured the hosts passage into the last four.

Next game Saturday 14th Jnauary Irlam FC vs Northwich Villa FC at Silver Street 3 p.m KO

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