St Helens Town AFC, Sponsorship By Warrington Motors Man Of The Match



Warrington Motors Sponsors St Helens Town AFC Man Of The Match. You can follow them on twitter @sthelenstownafc or you can get the team on facebook:

Bio about the club:

St Helens Town A.F.C. are an English football club based in St Helens. The club are members of the North West Counties League Division One and play their home matches at Brocstedes Park, Ashton-in-Makerfield, home of Ashton Athletic.

They Have a 1000 Spectator capacity Ground Where supporters can stand and support their local town the chairman is John McKiernan. The First Team Managers Are Allan Gillespie & Nick Matthews

Bit of History on the team Placements in the Leagues:

1901-02   Joined Lancashire League
1903-04   Joined Lancashire Combination as founder members of new Division 2
          Promoted to Division One
1905      Relegated to Division Two
1908-09   Lancashire Combination Division Two runner-up
          Promoted to Division One
1910      Relegated to Division Two
1910-11   Promoted to Division One
1914      Left Lancashire Combination
1949-50   Rejoined Lancashire Combination Division Two
1950-51   Lancashire Combination Division Two Champions (on goal average)
          Promoted to Division One
1952      Relegated to Division Two
1954-55   Promoted to Division One (despite finishing in 18th place!)
1956      Relegated to Division Two
1964-65   Promoted to Division One
1971-72   Lancashire Combination Champions
1975-76   Joined Cheshire County League
1982-83   Founder members of North West Counties League
1986-87   F.A. Vase Winners
2008-09   Division One renamed Premier Division

Records For the Club
  • Record Win: 10–2 vs Abbey Hey, North West Counties League Division One, 3 January 2001
  • Heaviest defeat: 0–9 vs New Mills, North West Counties League Premier Division, 2011
  • Most appearances: Alan Wellens
  • Record goalscorer: Steve Pennington
  • Highest league position: Third in the North West Counties League Division 1, 1988–89, 1994–95

Warrington Motors Sponsors  ST Helens Town AFC Man Of The Match