Vics stay up after stop start season

Tarporley Vics 1st Team finally completed their season on May 23rd, and the disjointed season proved to be the longest in Cheshire League history. The wet weather during this spring led to Cup cancellations and postponements and also the inability to build any form or fitness.

With this in mind the squad managed to claim enough points to remain in Division One of the Cheshire League, of the 20 games played only four victories were achieved, and five draws and eleven defeats made up the remainder of the results.

The 2016/2017 season however should provide a new challenge as the Cheshire League is expanding again with Division One & Two growing to 16 Teams in each Division, to match the Premier Division, thus allowing more opportunities to compete for points. One team joining the 2nd Division is local Team Deva Christleton FC, it’s always nice to see another local Team in what is mainly a Central / East Cheshire/ Manchester League.

Tarporley Vics Reserves had an excellent end to the Season, and the development of the young players alongside the more experienced regulars delivered 9 wins & 3 draws from their 20 League games. This resulted in a sixth place League finish; an excellent starting point to build on for next season.

Tarporley Vics FC would also like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors, especially Wichtig Publishing Ltd & the Forrester’s Arms, for the generous support they have given us during 2015/2016.

We would also like to offer the opportunity for any new sponsors to add their name to the list of supporters, without whom our small wholly amateur Club would not function

Please contact Mike, Andy, Sean, Clive, Adam or Matt or any other Tarporley Vics members for any other Tarporley Vics info. We are always looking for help, new players and sponsorship therefore any support is appreciated (Mike can be contacted on 07793905269)