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Hartlepool United
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     On This Day

In 2001,The Daggers drew 1-1 with Southport at Home in the Nationwide Conference 

In 2007,The Daggers drew 2-2 with Wycombe Wanderers at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 

In 2009,The Daggers beat Shrewsbury Town 5-0 at Home in the Coca Cola League Two 

In 2012,The Daggers lost 0-2 to Cheltenham Town Away in the NPower League Two 

In 2015,The Daggers lost 1-2 to Exeter City at Home in the Sky Bet League Two 



Northwich Victoria Factfile
Founded : 1874
Ground Name : Wincham Park (sharing with Witton Albion)
Capacity :
Nickname : The Vics, The Greens or The Trickies
Colours (Home) : Green & White
Colours (Away) : Sky Blue & Navy
Attendance : 11,290 v Witton Albion 1949
Transfer Fee Paid : 12,000 to Hyde United for Malcolm O'Connor
Transfer Fee Received : 75,000 from Leyton Orient for Gary Fletcher
FA Cup : Quarter-Final 1883/84
FA Trophy : Winners 1983/84
Recent History

It is a little known fact that Northwich Victoria were once in the Football League, when they were founder members of Division Two in 1892. They finished bottom of the division in their second season and did not apply for re-election.

Much more recently the club was one of the founder members of the Conference (originally the Alliance Premier League), Northwich have never been relegated from it without ever having set the league alight. a record they shared until the end of 2003/04 with Telford United.. Last season they finished rock bottom in 22nd after both clubs had celebrated playing their 1,000th game during the season. Despite being a dire team, they survived the drop, ironically because financial mismanagement saw Telford United go bust and drop out of the league.

Northwich played up to the end of 2001/02 at the Drill Field, the oldest football ground in Britain, but have moved to share with neighbours Witton Albion while their new ground is developed, a project which is dragging due to financial problems. 

This drain on their finances has forced them to drop into administration in September 2004 before a rescue package was put together. Under Conference rules this carries a 10 point deduction and this is highly likely to mean that the 2004/05 season will be the clubs last for now in the top tier of non-league football. 

Their ten season league record stands as follows:

Season League P W D L F A Pts Pos
1994/95 Conference 42 14 15 13 77 66 57 10/22
1995/96 Conference 42 16 12 14 72 64 60 8/22
1996/97 Conference 42 17 12 13 61 54 63 6/22
1997/98 Conference 42 15 15 12 63 59 60 9/22
1998/99 Conference 42 19 9 14 60 51 66 7/22
1999/00 Conference 42 13 12 17 53 78 51 18/22
2000/01 Conference 42 11 13 18 49 67 46 17/22
2001/02 Conference 42 15 7 19 57 70 55 13/22
2002/03 Conference 42 13 12 17 66 72 51 14/22
2003/04 Conference 42 4 11 27 30 80 23 22/22
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