Reports and Previews
As always with this time of the year comes the annual opportunity to escape the turkey and nibbles and head out for a festive footy fix, and this year sees the Rams heading to our old friends at Trafford.
Ramsbottom take all three points after a hard fought win at the Harry Williams Riverside Stadium against City of Liverpool FC.
This game is the reverse of the first game of the season - Lee Donafee's managerial bow - when we headed over to the Wirral and returned with a drab 0-0 point.
After a humiliating 8-0 defeat in their last match, the Rams could have hardly chosen a worst fixture with which to shake off the shackles.
With the heavy rains putting paid to last Saturday's scheduled home game with Clitheroe, the Rams hope to get back on the pitch this weekend when we travel to league leaders Marine.
After last Saturday's game, the best thing for the Rams is to draw a line, put it into the history books and move on swiftly.
We suffered our heaviest ever defeat yesterday at the hands of Warrington Rylands after an 8-0 thumping at Gorsey Lane.