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Brackley V Halifax

Brackley V Halifax

Brackley Town this Sunday take on Halifax Town in the Blue Square Premiership North final ko 15:00hrs

Last week Brackley overcame Altrincham in the semi finals to earn their place in the final.

The winners of this match will be playing Blue Square Premiership football next season which is just below the football league.

It's the first time in Brackley's history that they have had to make the match all ticket which sold out this morning.

BRACKLEY TOWN team last week:
(Red) 1. Billy Turley (capt), 2. Gary Mulligan, 3. Curtis McDonald, 4. Eddie Odhiambo, 5. Tom Sharpe, 6. Ryan Austin, 7. Izak Reid 8. Brett Solkhon, 9. Glenn Walker, 10. Jefferson Louis, 11. Tom Winters. Subs: 12. Eddie Nisevic, 14.Owen Story, 15. Steve Diggin, 16. Marvin Robinson, GK. Laurie Walker

HALIFAX TOWN team last week:
(Blue) 1. Matt Glennon, 2. Ryan Toulson, 3. Scott McManus, 4. Liam Hogan, 5. Matt Pearson, 6. Danny Lowe, 7. Liam Needham, 8. Sean Williams, 9. Alex Johnson, 10. Dan Gardner, 11. Lee Gregory Subs:Gk 12 Phil Senior, 14. Jon Worthington, 15 Gareth Seddon, 16 James Bolton, 19 Adriano Moke

Brackley finished 3rd in the table while Halifax finished 5th.

Goals scored in the league

Brackley 76 Halifax 86

Goals conceded

Brackley 44 Halifax 38

Top scorers
Gregory Halifax 20 goals
Diggin Brackley 13 goals
Seddon Halifax 13 goals

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Date:Friday May 10 2013
Time: 3:49PM

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