Altrincham


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Altrincham

(ˈɔːltrɪŋəm)
n
(Placename) a residential town in NW England, in Trafford unitary authority, Greater Manchester. Pop: 40 695 (2001)
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The Acceptable Behaviour Contracts (ABCs) were handed out to the youngsters by police following complaints of a gang terrorising neighbourhoods in Altrincham, Hale, Sale and Timperley.
ALTRINCHAM 1 WARRINGTON 1 AN INJURY-TIME equaliser denied Warrington Town a second victory away at Altrincham this season.
King orchestrated easily the most under-rated shock in the last halfcentury when he took Altrincham to St Andrews in 1986 and they turned over Birmingham City.
The Altrincham service is operating between Altrincham to Deansgate-Castlefield only.
IT IS a battle of the cup kings when Blyth Spartans go in against Altrincham in the Buildbase FA Trophy tomorrow.
A LAST-MINUTE penalty earned Quakers a deserved point at Altrincham, the game ending in a 2-2 draw.
HUDDERSFIELD based defender John Cyrus has joined Altrincham from Frickley Athletic.
National League CHESTER v ALTRINCHAM TODAY, 3PM KICK OFF By JIM GREEN CHESTER boss Steve Burr has hinted at changes today as his team host Altrincham striving for a sequence of positive results.
Blaine Hudson's header doubled the lead on 43 minutes but Michael Rankine replied after the break to give Altrincham hope of an equaliser with 40 minutes remaining.
But Altrincham weren't completely out of the game themselves and almost took the leader when James Lawrie broke through the Wrexham defence, with only a great save from Cameron Belford denying him.
ALTRINCHAM 2 KIDDERMINSTER 1 DISAPPOINTED Kidderminster boss Gary Whild lamented his side's defending after defeat at Moss Lane.
2 LEAMINGTON battled back from two goals down but were ultimately denied as promotion chasing Altrincham snatched victory five minutes from time.