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We are supporting ex-Altrincham F.C player Mark Maddox at our home game versus Darlington TODAY (Saturday 15th March) in his battle against Motor Neurone Disease.

A full size poster will be inside the match-day programme 'The Vics' to raise awarness of Mark's plight and to advertise for donations by anyone who would be kind enough to contribute to the battle to find a cure for Motor Neurone Disease. 

 

Vics' first team players, staff, fans and the Northwich Victoria Supporters' Association are all behind this initiative and the players will be holding the posters pitch-side for pictures to be taken before the game to endorse the campaign.

You can watch Mark's video and also read more about M.N.D on the following link - http://www.mndassociation.org/news-and-events/Football+v+MND

Show your support by tweeting the following hashtag on social network site Twitter - #VicsVsMND

Mark has an account on Twitter and it can be accessed and followed here - https://twitter.com/lastofadying1 and also the M.N.D Association here - https://twitter.com/mndassoc

You can purchase your copy of the match-day programme 'The Vics' at the turnstile - only £2. Vics' striker Gary Burnett is featured in today's edition - double page interview inside.

Half-time draw tickets to win a prize are also available at the turnstile and in the bar area priced at £1 each.

 

 

Match-day team-news

 

Striker Ashley Stott is still unavailable due to his ankle injury. A likely comeback date is the away EvoStik NPL Divison One North fixture versus Warrington Town on Saturday 22nd March.

Callum Henry is a slight doubt with the hamstring twinge that forced him out of the draw at table-toppers Curzon Ashton last Monday evening, and he will have a fitness test on Saturday morning.

Fellow centre-back Danny Meadowcroft will be back in the fold after missing the same game due to family issues.

Manager Jim Gannon otherwise has the rest of the squad fighting fit and available for the game which promises to be a cracker -  as we look to build further on our current six-match unbeaten run which includes impressive victories over Hyde in the Cheshire Senior Cup, Clitheroe in the Evostik NPL Division One North and a creditable draw at pace-setters Curzon Ashton last time out.

Supporters who can't make the game can keep in touch with the game and ALL Vics' games LIVE via social network site Twitter here - https://twitter.com/vicsnews

 

VICS Vs DARLINGTON 1883 - SATURDAY 15TH MARCH - VALLEY RD - K.O 15:00 - Admission £7 Adults, £5 Concessions £2 U-16'S & £1 U-12'S.