Thursday night football in Penwortham

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Never Odd or Even


Trip Down Memory Lane

It's a Christmas special.

A look through some archive photos has yielded this image, captured 26 years ago - 16th December 1992 - of a youthful (somewhere around mid to late thirties) D A V E   S I D D L E.

No comments about the hair, do you remember that look Dave?

If anyone out there has any other excruciatingly embarrassing photos of Dave Siddle, please get in touch. I'd love to see them and, of course, share them on here with you.

Don't delay, drop me an email today.
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Find out more information about a fine bunch of men who turn out every week to play 7-a-side amateur football (soccer) at Penwortham Leisure Centre near Preston, Lancashire, on a Thursday night. We're a dynamic and very motivated group of individuals who are melded and moulded into a supremely competitive and organised team. Always trying to get that extra goal, block the shot and make that challenge.
So, our name this season is Never Odd or Even and we play in League 1 - next step, the Championship.
There's plenty to explore here, including this season's fixtures, our results to date, player profiles from today and yesteryear and a guide as to where the Leisure Centre is exactly - see the links below or the menu at the top of the page.
The Leisure Centre are always keen to get some new teams down, so if you've got 6 mates up for a competitive 7-a-side game of football on an outdoor 3G pitch, give them a call, see the link to Penwortham Leisure Centre below.
Other pages and links are set out in the sidebar.

Last Season

Last season we were playing as Meen as Kustard and finished the season second equal, but third on goal difference, see table below.
We had a number of good performances throughout the season and we generally managed to put in a strong defensive display, but perhaps struggled to get the ball in the back of the opposition's net on two or three occasions.
IKFC and PPK promoted to the Championship and moving in the other direction were our old friends and adversaries Meet the Dockers and IKFC.
Overall another fine display by the Meen as Kustard boys. Most improved side? Probably Redstar Fulwood, who got 5 wins and 17 points, much better than the season before when they finished at the bottom and were 16 points adrift (sorry to bring this up again).


From time to time we are on the lookout for any newly available top talent.

If you think you might fit the bill, have a look at the website and drop me an email via the Contact page.

Thank you.