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Prescot Cables

Prescot Cables 2 Brighouse Town 1, 13/02/2016, Hope Street, Northern Premier League

Boys playing football behind the goal during the first-half as Prescot Cables take on Brighouse Town in a Northern Premier League Division One North fixture at Valerie Park. Founded in 1884, the “Cables” in their name came from the largest local employer, British Insulated Cables, and they have played in their current ground, also known as Hope Street, since 1906. Prescot won the match 2-1 watched by a crowd of 189.

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