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ADAM sponsor mascots for the 2020/21 season

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We are very pleased and grateful to announce that ADAM (Achieving Dreams And Memories) have kindly offered to sponsor the mascots for Prescot Cables games this coming season. ADAM will provide a mascot for 19 games this season and I’m sure there will be a number of kids over the season feeling like they are walking out at Anfield or…

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Get Involved in Knowsley Borough of Culture

Knowsley Borough of Culture

Knowsley will be the Liverpool City Region’s Borough of Culture in 2022 which is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate and create. Throughout the year long programme we plan to have fantastic major events and moments. The Borough’s plan is for Knowsley communities to be a major part of shaping the vision and themes for our special year, which broadly focuses…

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Cables Quiz This Sunday

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We hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. As previously mentioned we were looking at putting some activities through our social media pages for our amazing fans. We have had a couple of spot the balls which were hugely successful and we now want to do our online Cables Zoom quiz. We have searched high and low for the…

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Cables Greats: Jackie Lawton

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In our final article of the Cables Greats series, Glyn Williams tells the story of Jackie Lawton. Born in Halsall Street, Jackie was a Prescotian who signed forms for both Everton (as an amateur) and Liverpool (as a professional), from whom he joined Cables in 1954. He was a pipe-fitter at BICC and served as a Scoutmaster, meaning that he remained at…

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Cables Greats: Bill Watkinson

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In the fourth profile of players from the 1956-57 Lancashire Combination winning team, Glyn Williams examines the career of Bill Watkinson, who scored 65 goals in the Championship season. Bill played for Liverpool, Accrington Stanley and Halifax Town before joining Cables, and Skelmersdale United after leaving Hope Street.. His was a remarkable career and you can read all about it by…

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Cables Greats: Alex Muir

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For this evening’s profile of a past player, Glyn Williams again returns to the Lancashire Combination championship-winning side of 1956-57 and specifically Alex Muir. A right-sided player who turned out for Liverpool FC and South Liverpool as well as playing for Cables, Alex also made an impact as a coach, working for Tranmere Rovers in Youth Development for 25 years. He…

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