The season has now only two matches left, away to Carlisle on Saturday and then at home to Tranmere a week later. It's been a season that started full of promise and ended with us scraping home avoiding relegation with 3 matches to go getting 6 points from two away games in the west country.
After the Tranmere game it will be interesting what the club will do - supporters have varying views on what should happen - but its the club that will make the decisons - we can only support them. We will be in League 2 next season.
We would like to take this oppotunity to thank everyone who have travelled with us over the season - we have has some great times and also some low - mainly due to results. We have found some new pubs, all of which have invited us back should our paths cross again in the future, again all the buffets provided have been excellent. Next season will be no different in terms of how we operate.
Thanks to everyone who voted for the away player of the season - the winner will be announced at the Awards Diner next week - we would like to thank Paul Hayward for his generocity in providing us with two tables at the event.
CARLISLE - We can still get rooms if you want to travel next Saturday but please contact us as soon as possible - all details below.
Our last away game of this season – we have our second overnight trip to Carlisle United on Saturday 27th April – it’s again an early start 5.30am from the stadium, we will have a couple of breaks on route – at the M6 Toll services, then probably at Lancaster Services before arriving at our buffet stop at Tebay – the Cross Keys Inn, we hope to arrive there for midday. From there to Carlisle is 40 minutes through some of the best British landscape scenery. After the game we travel back the 70 miles to Morecambe and stay at the Clifton Hotel – we should arrive there at about 6.30pm. Then it’s up to you what you do for the rest of the evening – food wise there are plenty of restaurants near the hotel, some of us will go to the Hurly Flyer by the Morecambe stadium, then it’s to the Exchange pub for the “Live” band entertainment – this time, it is “Shotglass” from Blackpool. After an evening of relaxing or whatever you want to do, we depart Sunday morning at 9.30am after breakfast for the trip home, hopefully again back for 3.30pm – and that’s it for away games this season.
If you want to travel for the weekender then please contact us we still have rooms available, cost is £80.00 per person which includes the B & B at the Hotel, Coach Travel and the buffet at the Cross Keys Inn. If you haven’t already please can you pay the £30.00 deposits please – I will be in Redz on Saturday before the game.