Improving Witton U21's go in search of their third successive league win under the management of Terry Smith and James Kane, when they take on Stalybridge Celtic in a North West U21's Development League Premier Division fixture at Moss Farm on Sunday afternoon. A mid table position is looking more encouraging at the present time, in comparison to their early season struggles. The last two games have also seen them become more of a goal threat with seven goals in that time and they can go into the game with a new-found confidence and belief as they look to continue their impressive form. Stalybridge will be looking to complete the double over the Albion but they will find them a different proposition to the team they faced in the earlier fixture, although to be fair Albion were unfortunate to lose that day after fighting back from 3-0 down. Kick off at Moss Farm is 4pm.
North West U21's Development League Premier Division:
Witton Albion Under-21's Development Squad 1 Stalybridge Celtic 5.
Witton's U21's winning run came to an end at the hands of Stalybridge Celtic on Sunday afternoon at Moss Farm. Celtic's 5-1 success completing a league double in the process.
They made the worst possible start as Enock Amankwaa gave the visitors the lead inside sixty seconds. Joshua Mcvety added a second on 34 minutes to give Celtic a two-goal advantage at the break.
Witton managed to find the net in the second half through substitute Billy Jones but, Stalybridge added three more in the last fifteen minutes courtesy of a brace from Wisdom Uwadiae on 75 & 82 minutes, before Joe Doran added the fifth three minutes from time.