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  1. Clitheroe - This Wikipedia entry includes club information, history and records.
  2. Old Clitheroe - Classic old photographs taken around the Ribble Valley from the 1890's onwards.
  3. Clitheroe Football Club - An unofficial web site including results, fixtures, news, league table and top goal scores.
  4. Clitheroe Auction Market - Clitheroe Auction Mart has regular weekly auctions of livestock, antiques, furniture, equestrian items and horses, machinery and plant.
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  6. Clitheroe Town Council - News and history from Lancashire's second oldest borough. Contact councillors. News of local events and how council tax is spent.
  7. Clitheroe Advertiser - Local newspaper containing weekly updates on news of life in the Whalley and the surrounding Ribble Valley villagers.
  8. Clitheroe and District Amateur Swimming Club (Dolphins) - Information about this club including advice for new members, who's who in the club, fixture list, results and history. The club provides swimming teaching, coaching and competitive swimming (no beginners).
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  13. Halfpenney's of Clitheroe - Supplier for embroidery, cross stitch, goldwork, blackwork, stitchery, needlework, tapestry, Renaissance wools, needlepoint, needles and scissors. Also a Coffee Shop.
  14. Clitheroe Mosque - A non-denominational facility committed to preserving the traditional values of Islam.
  15. Clitheroe Methodist Circuit - Offers welcome, history, activities, notices and staff.
  16. Clitheroe Royal Grammar School - A mixed grammar school for pupils aged 11-18. Lists prospectus, general details and contact information.
  17. Roefield Sports and Leisure Centre - Provider of sport and recreation activities. Serves the Ribble Valley. Join the gym online, lists activities, maps, links and prices. A registered charity.
  18. Copy Nook Hotel - Hotel and restaurant, bar meals, accommodation and functions.
  19. Higher Gills Farm - Rimington self catering holiday apartments listing accommodation and travel details, farm information and tariff and booking forms. Postal and e-mail contacts included.
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    Clitheroe F.C.


    Clitheroe F.C.
    Club logo
    Full name Clitheroe Football Club
    Nickname(s) The Blues
    Founded 1877 (as Clitheroe Central)
    Ground Shawbridge
    Ground Capacity 2,000
    Chairman Carl Garner
    Manager Simon Garner
    League Northern Premier League Division One North
    2012–13 Northern Premier League Division One North, 8th
    Home colours
    Away colours
    Clitheroe F.C. ground at Shawbridge

    Clitheroe F.C. are an English football club based in Clitheroe, Lancashire, playing in the Northern Premier League Division One North. They were established in 1877 as Clitheroe Central. After joining the Lancashire Combination in 1903, they removed Central from their name.


    Clitheroe F C History



    Clitheroe F C Early History

    The club was formed as Clitheroe Central in 1877 at the Swan Hotel in Castle Street by local businessmen. After playing in local leagues the club joined the Lancashire Combination in 1903 and dropped Central from their name. The first major trophy won was the Lancashire Junior Cup in 1893 – a trophy they had to wait 92 years to win again. In 1985 at Deepdale, home of Preston North End, they defeated Barrow AFC 1–0 when Eric Geldard scored in extra time


    Clitheroe F C 20th Century

    Except for breaks during the first and second World Wars (1914–18 and 1939–45) Clitheroe played in the Lancashire Combination until the end of the 1981–82 season. They won the Lancashire Combination Cup in the 1934–35 season and the League Championship in the 1979–80 season.

    For the 1982–83 season The Lancashire Combination amalgamated with the Cheshire County League to become the North West Counties League. Clitheroe became one of the founder members, however the state of the ground meant they started in the third division. There then followed one of the most successful periods in the club's long history when under the guidance of manager Eric Whalley they won the Third, Second and First Divisions in consecutive seasons.

    In the 1995–96 season when under the joint managership of Dennis Underwood and Gary Butcher they played at Wembley Stadium in the final of the FA Vase. Some 7,500 people watched the game against Brigg Town and although Clitheroe won against them earlier in the season in the FA Cup the club was beaten 3–0 in the Vase Final. A public appeal to help with the visit to Wembley saw £7,400 donated by townspeople and businesses.


    Clitheroe F C 21st Century

    The last decade of the 20th Century saw most of the ten years spent getting the ground up to scratch with £130,000 being spent in the process. The sale of two players, Jon Penman and Carlo Nash, helped considerably with the expenditure on the ground. The club saw little success on the pitch after the Wembley visit until manager Steve Parry led them to the Floodlight Trophy by beating Kidsgrove Athletic 2–1 in the 1998–99 final.

    Dave Burgess took over the management of the first team in 2000–01 after several successful years running the second string, with player Lee Sculpher as his assistant. In their first season they finished as league runners-up and FA Vase semi-finalists.

    Work commitments led to Burgess standing down in 2001–02. Sculpher took over and again finished as league runners-up before losing 2–1 to Mossley in the League Cup final at Bury's Gigg Lane ground.

    Early cup exits the following season enabled the Blues to concentrate on the league and their away form saw the 2003–04 NWCFL championship won on the final day of the season with a 3–2 victory at Nantwich Town – a late goal from Neil Reynolds sealing the title, the trophy lifted by captain Adam Gardner and club stalwart Keith Lord.

    In November 2004 Lee Sculpher resigned as manager and short spells in charge by Paul Byron, Tommy Lawson and Mark Smitheringale followed before Chris Stammers was appointed manager on 18 September 2006. After the 10–1 loss to Kettering Town in the FA Trophy on 25 November Chris tendered his resignation citing he had taken the club as far as he could. His assistant Ash Berry took temporary charge of team affairs before the club appointed Neil Reynolds and Kendal's veteran player Peter Smith as the new management team on December 6

    Carlo Nash, the former Preston North End goalkeeper also started his career here too, before being spotted by Crystal Palace. [1]

    They have reached the third qualifying round of the FA Cup in seasons 1959–60, 1965–66 and 1967–68.


    Clitheroe F C Squad


    As of 30 May 2012.[1]

    Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    No. Position Player
    England GK Ben Proctor
    England GK Jonathon Hine
    England GK Zak Jones
    England DF Ben Jackson
    England DF Ben Whitcomb
    England DF Darren Green
    England DF James Davis
    England DF James Smart
    England DF Lee Pugh
    England DF Zak Riley
    England DF Chris Smalley
    England DF Jack Higgins
    England DF Kevin Brown
    England DF Owen Roberts
    England MF Tom Murphy
    England MF Alex Brees
    England MF James Gardner
    England MF Liam Wynn
    England MF Martin Parker
    England MF Matt Atherton
    England MF Matty Fearon
    England MF Peter Moore
    England MF Oliver Devenney
    England MF Ryan McGreevy
    England MF Steve Mercer
    No. Position Player
    England MF Dan Barnett
    England MF Josh Dale
    England MF Joe Roberts
    England MF Andrew Naylor
    England MF Ashley Parillon
    England FW John Osemwegie
    England FW Alan Coar
    England FW Adam Edwards
    England FW Alex Johnson
    England FW Damilola Ajagbe
    England FW Christopher McGrail
    England FW Danny Nolan
    England FW Duncan Whitmore
    England FW Glodi Kuba-Kuba
    England FW Jordan Hulme
    England FW Jerome Matthews
    England FW Rob Turner
    England FW Ryan Tanser
    England FW Sam Madeley
    England FW Bobby Langford
    England FW Marcus Calvert
    England FW Ross Dent
    England FW Josh Hine
    England FW Daley Woods
    Scotland FW Mark Buchan
    England Matthew Carr
    England Matty Fearon
    England FW Danny Mahoney
    England Carl Rendell

    Clitheroe F C Honours



    Clitheroe F C References


    1. ^ "Clitheroe Squad". Clitheroe official website. 14 February 2012. Retrieved 14 February 2012. 

    Clitheroe F C External links




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