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Evo-Stik Premier League: Worksop Town 3 Nantwich Town 1

Nantwich Town's Weaver Stadium

By James Briscoe
Nantwich Town were unable to blunt Worksop’s famed attack and were beaten 3-1 at the promotion chasers.

But it could have been a different story after the Dabbers had taken an early lead.

Nantwich Town game at home to Blyth Spartans called off

Nantwich Town's Weaver Stadium

Heavy rain has put paid to Nantwich Town’s hopes of hosting Blyth Spartans at the Weaver Stadium.

Match officials called the game off after a pitch inspection at the ground at 8am today (February 1).

Nantwich Town face league champions in Evo-Stik Premier opener

Nantwich Town's Weaver Stadium

Nantwich Town open their Evo-Stik Premier campaign with back to back games against Championship-winning sides from last season.

The Dabbers host King’s Lynn Town in the opening game at the Weaver Stadium on Saturday August 17.

Evo-Stik match report: Stafford Rangers 2 Nantwich Town 0

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By James Briscoe
Nantwich Town were undone at Stafford Rangers by a fine Sean Kinsella strike and a Jimmy Turner diving header.

And the 2-0 victory lifted the hosts above the Dabbers in the Evo-Stik Premier League.

Evo-Stik Premier League report: AFC Fylde 3 Nantwich Town 2

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By Ashley Houghton
Nantwich Town lost out in their second consecutive five-goal thriller after going down 3-2 at AFC Fylde.

And this was despite another spirited second-half performance as they came back from 3-0 down.

Match preview: Nantwich Town host Buxton at Weaver Stadium

Nantwich Town's Weaver Stadium

Nantwich Town hope to close the gap on the playoff places to two points when they welcome Buxton tonight (Nov 20).

Defeats against Frickley Athletic and North Ferriby United and the draw against local rivals Stafford Rangers on Saturday have left the Dabbers with work to do to climb the table.

Evo-Stik Premier League report: Chorley Town 3 Nantwich Town 3

Mat Bailey, Nantwich Town (pic courtesy of Nantwich Town FC)

By Ashley Houghton
Nantwich Town produced a battling display to earn a 3-3 draw away at high-flying Chorley in a thrilling game.

The Dabbers put the 5-0 drubbing at home by Worksop behind them to continue their strong away form.

Evo-Stik match report: Nantwich Town 0 Grantham Town 2

Grantham Town score from the spot against Nantwich Town (pic by Simon J Newbury)

By Ashley Houghton
Nantwich Town fell to their first home defeat of the campaign as Grantham Town took all three points back to Lincolnshire.

The visitors continued their impressive start to the Evo-Stik Premier League campaign with a 2-0 win at the Weaver Stadium.

Evo-Stik Premier League: Matlock Town 0 Nantwich Town 5

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By Ashley Houghton
Jimmy Quinn’s Nantwich Town crushed shell-shocked Matlock Town 5-0 in the opening 2012-13 league fixture.

And the victory will send a warning of intent to the rest of the Evo-Stik Premier League.

Pre-season match: Nantwich Town 4 Bala Town 3

Nantwich Town v Bala Town, August 2012

Nantwich Town came out 4-3 winners over Bala Town in a pre-season friendly at Weaver Stadium.

The Dabbers fought back well from 3-1 down against the Welsh Premier League team after a sloppy defensive display early on.

Nantwich Town “sorry” after fine and point deduction upheld

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Nantwich Town have been found guilty and fined by the FA for breaching a rule over a player signing.

The club had failed to comply with a procedural rule concerning the signing of Brian Summerskill, the FA concluded.

Nantwich Town rivals Northwich to be thrown out of Evo-Stik league

Nantwich Town's Weaver Stadium

Nantwich Town’s local Evo-Stik Premier rivals Northwich Victoria are to be thrown out of the league, it has been announced.

The Vics, who have been playing some of their homes games at the Weaver Stadium, have been found guilty of failing to comply with several league rules.

Andy White hopes Nantwich Town form will boost Crewe Alex future

Andy White, Nantwich Town

By Ashley Houghton
Andy White believes his time at Nantwich Town proves he can make a potential step up the Football League with parent club Crewe Alex.

Full-back White, 19, joined the Dabbers on loan in February and has turned out some impressive performances.

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