Match information: Southport v West, Lancashire Challenge Trophy final – West Didsbury & Chorlton AFC

Match information: Southport v West, Lancashire Challenge Trophy final

? Wednesday 27th April, 7:30pm
? Lancashire Challenge Trophy final
? County Ground, Leyland, PR25 2LF
� Parking on-site

� Pay on the gate – £10 / £5

West take on National League North outfit Southport in the Lancashire Challenge Trophy final.

Chris Rowley’s side ousted Bacup Borough, Prestwich Heys, Ashton Athletic and Atherton Collieries to reach this stage for the first time, while the Sandgrounders – nine-time winners of this competition – have eliminated Daisy Hill, Charnock Richard and Lancaster City.

Supporters who have booked onto club coaches are reminded that departure is at 6pm sharp from The Beagle in Chorlton (M21 0BQ), with return pencilled in for 10pm depending on the full-time result. Suggested donation is £5, to be collected upon boarding, with any remaining money after costs going to The Christie hospital. Please note that glass bottles are not permitted on the coaches. Please check the email address you registered with for further important information.

Please do not bring flares or other pyrotechnics into the ground – as well as posing a safety risk to fellow supporters, they risk the club being fined as well as potential points deductions and the prospect of playing behind closed doors.

If you’re not travelling, the Lancashire FA are streaming the game – click here for more information.

The following catering information is from the Lancs FA website:

“The 1878 café is open pre-match and throughout the game for options such as cakes and tray bakes, sandwiches and hot food options including pizza, burgers and hot dogs.

“The corner flag kiosk is open from 6:30pm, serving ‘moorings’ pies and ‘Westlers’ hot dogs, as well as hot and cold drinks, crisps, sweets and chocolate.

“You can also buy draft beer and cider from the above two service points. The corner flag kiosk is currently cash-only, but card payments can be made in the café.”