WHEN? Saturday 17th August 3pm- weather permitting!
WHO? Daisy Hill, are situated in the Daisy Hill area of Westhoughton, Between Wigan and Bolton for those who know the area, they were founded in 1894, but reformed in 1952, and were a founder member of the NWCFL in 1982, so they are pretty much old boys at this level, their nickname is "the Daisies"
WHERE? New Sirs is the name of the ground, St James Street, Westhoughton, Bolton BL5 2EB
WHICH WAY?M61 to junction 5, A58 (Snydale Way/Park Road) for one and a half mile, left into Leigh Road (B5235) for 1 mile to Daisy Hill. Turn right into village 200 yards after mini roundabout, then left between church and school into St James Street. Ground 250 yards on left.
OWW MUCH? £5 Adults, £3 Concessions, £2 U18s, Under 12`s FREE with paying adult.
THE LOWDOWN Emley will be hoping for better luck than last Saturday, when, with the team stripped and on the field, and a good travelling support at Bacup, the referee deemed the pitch unplayable and duly called the game off without a ball being kicked in anger, after last week's home opening win V Chadderton, Emley were keen to get going and get their first points on the road on the board, after an opening day defeat at Lower Breck.
Daisy Hill meanwhile have a had a mixed start to their campaign, a 3-1 win at home on the opening day against Bacup, was followed by a 0-3 loss at Ashton Athletic, but they bounced back last weekend, beating St Helens Town at home 2-1, so their home form appears to be decent, Emley will need to show a big improvement from the trip to Liverpool 3 weeks ago if they are to get the result here.