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Harrop inspires leaders Alty in battling fightback

Messenger Newspapers: Alty players celebrate John Johnston's winner. Picture by Michael Ripley Photography

7:01am Thursday 22nd February 2018

NEIL Sorvel hailed a Max Harrop-inspired Altrincham fightback that saw off a spirited Sutton Coldfield Town side and turned the screw on their title rivals at The J.Davidson Stadium on Saturday.

Robins forced to battle for victory

Messenger Newspapers: Alty boss Phil Parkinson

7:01am Thursday 22nd February 2018

ALTRINCHAM came through a difficult afternoon on home soil to beat Evo-Stik Premier's bottom-club Sutton Coldfield Town 2-1 last Saturday.

Postponement silver lining as Alty's injury worries ease

Messenger Newspapers: Tom Hannigan celebrates scoring against Nantwich earlier this season with John Johnston, left, and Joel Bembo-Leta. Picture by Michael Ripley Photography

7:02am Thursday 15th February 2018

PHIL Parkinson suffered more fixture frustration at the hands of the weather on Tuesday night, but the rain clouds at least had a silver lining for the Altrincham manager as his injury worries continued to ease.

Spurs legends heading to Altrincham for special event

Messenger Newspapers: Altrincham's J.Davidson Stadium

7:01am Thursday 15th February 2018

ALTRINCHAM director Neil Faulkner has pulled off a major coup for the club after securing the services of World Cup winner Ossie Ardiles and his former Tottenham team-mate Micky Hazard for a sporting dinner at The J.Davidson Stadium.

Parkinson annoyed by late collapse but happy with well-earned victory

Messenger Newspapers: Former Alty player Mark Ogley, representing the Evo-Stik League made a presentation last Saturday to Neil Faulkner and Bill Waterson as the Robins won January's Club of the Month award. Picture by Gavin Rathbone

7:01am Thursday 8th February 2018

PHIL Parkinson admitted conducting a heated dressing room inquest after league leaders Altrincham almost relinquished a three-goal lead in a frantic finish against in-form title rivals Ashton United at The J.Davidson Stadium on Tuesday night.

Alty make their point late on against Warrington

Messenger Newspapers: Altrincham players and fans celebrate their late leveller. Picture by Michael Ripley Photography

7:01am Thursday 1st February 2018

IN the fourth meeting of the season between the two Cheshire clubs, Altrincham snatched a well-deserved point with a stoppage-time leveller in a 1-1 home draw against Warrington Town.

Poole party for Robins as James takes it to the Wires

Messenger Newspapers: James Poole, right, scores Alty's late leveller against Warrington Town. Picture by Michael Ripley Photography

7:01am Thursday 1st February 2018

PHIL Parkinson hailed bravery as the key element behind one of Altrincham's most vital points of the season after they salvaged a 1-1 draw with a stoppage-time equaliser against promotion rivals Warrington Town at The J.Davidson Stadium last Saturday.

Robins boss Parkinson says his players can win ugly when needed

Messenger Newspapers: John Johnston, left, and Shaun Densmore have helped Altrincham keep 14 clean sheets from 19 games. Picture by Michael Ripley Photography

7:01am Thursday 25th January 2018

PHIL Parkinson has backed his table-topping Altrincham team to show steel as well as style in their quest for an instant return to National League North.

Parkinson delight at Alty's away-day form

Messenger Newspapers: ON TARGET: Ben Harrison scored at Stafford. Picture by Michael Ripley Photography

7:07am Thursday 18th January 2018

PHIL Parkinson called for more of the same from his Altrincham players after they made it six away league wins in a row with goals from Jordan Hulme and Ben Harrison in a 2-0 victory at Stafford Rangers on Saturday.

Robins still flying high at the top

Messenger Newspapers: Jordan Hulme scored again at Stafford. Picture by Michael Ripley Photography

7:07am Thursday 18th January 2018

ALTRINCHAM went 10 points clear at the top of the Evo-Stik Premier with a 2-0 win at Stafford Rangers – their sixth successive away triumph.

Fixtures and results

Date Home team Score Away team
Sat 18/08/12 Altrincham 1 - 4 Brackley
Sat 18/08/12 Bishop's Stortford 1 - 2 FC Halifax
Sat 18/08/12 Bradford PA 2 - 2 Worcester
Sat 18/08/12 Colwyn Bay 3 - 1 Solihull Moors
Sat 18/08/12 Corby 0 - 1 Vauxhall Motors
Sat 18/08/12 Droylsden 0 - 1 Boston Utd
Sat 18/08/12 Gainsborough 0 - 1 Gloucester
Sat 18/08/12 Hinckley Utd 0 - 2 Harrogate Town
Sat 18/08/12 Histon 1 - 4 Guiseley
Sat 18/08/12 Oxford City 0 - 1 Chester
Sat 18/08/12 Workington 4 - 1 Stalybridge
Mon 20/08/12 Worcester 2 - 0 Bishop's Stortford
Tue 21/08/12 Boston Utd 6 - 0 Histon
Tue 21/08/12 Brackley 5 - 0 Hinckley Utd
Tue 21/08/12 FC Halifax 0 - 1 Colwyn Bay

Table

Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Chester 42 34 5 3 71 107
2 Guiseley 42 28 7 7 38 91
3 Brackley 42 26 7 9 32 85
4 Altrincham 42 24 8 10 49 80
5 FC Halifax 42 21 12 9 48 75
6 Harrogate Town 42 20 9 13 22 69
7 Bradford PA 42 19 9 14 23 66
8 Gainsborough 42 18 12 12 23 66
9 Solihull Moors 42 17 9 16 4 60
10 Oxford City 42 13 16 13 5 55
11 Gloucester 42 16 6 20 -9 54
12 Vauxhall Motors 42 15 8 19 -6 53
13 Stalybridge 42 13 13 16 -7 52
14 Workington 42 16 8 17 -8 52
15 Worcester 42 14 8 20 -5 50
16 Boston Utd 42 14 7 21 -5 49
17 Bishop's Stortford 42 12 13 17 -16 49
18 Colwyn Bay 42 14 7 21 -21 49
19 Histon 42 11 11 20 -25 44
20 Corby 42 12 8 22 -26 44
21 Droylsden 42 5 7 30 -81 22
22 Hinckley Utd 42 3 4 35 -106 10
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