Lancashire amateur football

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Allowing grassroots football to continue in parts of Lancashire was "a risk not worth taking", the county's public health chief has said. The Lancashire FA sparked outcry on Friday night when it suspended matches in eight areas until January. Dr Sakthi Karunanithi said authorities did not want to risk education and Christmas celebrations "for the sake of two weeks" of games. He said rising cases in some parts of Lancashire "were not a good sign" with restrictions due to be temporarily relaxed towards Christmas. With "pockets of high levels of the virus", having large numbers of people coming together "didn't feel collectively a risk worth taking", he said.

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Lancashire Amateur League Division 4 Football Grounds in England

The Premier Division is at level 13 in the English football league system. The top two teams from each division are promoted to the next division up and the bottom two teams are relegated to the next division down. Two teams from the same club are not permitted to compete in the same division. The League has a strict policy of monitoring the discipline record of players using a points system and players whose conduct has not been considered acceptable are subject to their registration being withdrawn. Member club Old Boltonians play on what has been recognised as the oldest football ground still in use in the world.
A serious fire in the clubhouse saw it rebuilt in its present excellent facility and opened in with Keith Marsden a big mover in its development. Edwards who had joined the league back in At the time of our inclusion, the club was primarily run by one man, the late Bob Rowlandson.