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Cards look for more success on the road

Alan Worth - 21st September 2017

Cards look for more success on the road
AFC Fylde v Woking
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3pm on Saturday 23 September 2017

This Saturday the Cards make the long trip to the north-west coast for their first encounter with ambitious AFC Fylde, who were promoted last season from the Conference North. The Cards have only gained three points on the road so far, so will be keen to grab at least a point from this game.


A memorable game on Saturday saw the Cards collect another three points at home as they beat league leaders Sutton. After a rear-guard action for most of the first half with Nathan Baxter making a couple of outstanding saves to keep the visitors at bay, Woking’s speed on the break paid dividends. Two goals from Charlton loanee Regan Charles-Cook in the second half saw the Cards to another home victory and their first clean sheet of the season. Woking now have eighteen points, two off top spot and sit currently in tenth position in the league. They remain outside the play-off places on goal difference alone.

One unfortunate outcome of this local derby was the loss of full back Louis Ramsay with an ankle injury – he is likely to be out of contention for a number of weeks alongside Joey Jones and Richard Orlu. However Fabio Saraiva is now back in training and should be available fairly soon.


The Coasters, who are based on the Fylde coast between Blackpool and Preston, were originally formed by the amalgamation of Kirkham Town FC and Wesham FC in 1988. Kirkham and Wesham went on to dominate the West Lancashire League Premier Division, joining the North West Counties League Division Two in the 2007/08 season, a campaign in which they won the FA Vase, beating Lowestoft Town 2-1. Both goals came from 17-year-old substitute Matt Walwyn, who was only on the field for the last 11 minutes! The club also won promotion to the North West Counties Premier Division.

At the beginning of the 2008-09 season the club changed its name to AFC Fylde (“The team of the Fylde Coast”) and won the Premier Division, securing promotion to the Northern Premier League Division One North. That championship was won in the 2011-12 season, with the Coasters then promoted via the play-offs in 2013-14 from the Premier Division to the Conference North. After two subsequent defeats in that league’s play-offs they gained automatic promotion to the National League as champions last season.Read More ]
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  • 1916: Cardinal Hero Keith Lintott, brother of England international Evelyn, killed at the Battle of Flers by friendly fire.
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  • 1939: Hersham 2 Woking 3, Wartime friendly, Doug Potter (2) and G Pinnock for the Cardinals.
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