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Cables target playoffs

Cables are currently having a season to remember, pushing hard for a place in the playoffs of the EvoStik North league to move into the premier division, which could lead to promotion to the premier division.

Cables board member, Jamie Weston said: “We are currently sitting in 5th place and the lads are pushing to take 4th place from Bamber Bridge and a home tie advantage for the playoffs.

“After a disastrous start to the season going out of the FA Cup at the first round, the team have bounced back and went on a tremendous run with the team being top of the table at the start of 2018.

“Brian Richardson Cables revival started midway through last season and the team has pushed on further this year and are probably the surprise team of the season.

“The team are also fighting to retain the Liverpool Senior Cup which was won with a 2-0 defeat of Southport, Cables take on Litherland REMYCA in the semi final with a tie against Marine for the victors, Cables will be looking to make it three finals in three years.

Prescot beat Kendal Town 2-0 on Tuesday evening to strengthen their bid for the play-offs with goals by Christ Almond and Michael Monaghan.

“With six league games left its going to be a very exciting April, get down to Volair Park and cheer the lads onto victory. You can catch up with all things Cables on the website: wwwprescotcablesfc.com”.

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