KEY MILESTONES

[April]
> Baguley Athletic are established following a breakaway from parent club Woodhouse Park United.

[September]
> Newly established Baguley Athletic are defeated 4:1 in their first competitive game.

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05

[May]
> Athletic miss out on promotion by one point following a final day defeat to Richmond Rovers.

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06

[May]
> Athletic achieve promotion with three games to go and end the season as champions.


[September]
> The team defeat Richmond Rovers 5:1 as they begin life in the second division

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[May]
> Baguley Athletic defeat High Lane 1:0 to be crowned champions and achieve back to back promotions


[June]
> The team fold and Baguley Athletic are put on hiatus

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[April]
> Baguley Athletic are reformed with a new Saturday morning team and Paul Stewart returns as manager


[July]
> A newly reformed Baguley Athletic win their first game as a new club, defeating South Manchester 7:1


[August]
> The club announce their first sponsor - American Soda.

> Athletic hold their first charity match in memory of a former junior player.

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[May]
> Baguley Athletic finish sixth in their inaugural season in the Manchester Saturday Morning League.


[July]
> Former junior team captain, Matthew Davenport replaces Paul Stewart as manager - Stewart becomes Club Chairman.
> A new sponsor joins the team as ThinkHotels.com sign a two year deal.

> Baguley Athletic establish a new Sunday team who will play in the Cheshire & Manchester League.

[August]
> The new Sunday team win the Trafford FC tournament.

> Athletic win the second annual memorial trophy.
> Sher Akbar join the club as the new sponsors of the Sunday team.

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[May]
> The Saturday team finish the season in fifth place whilst the
> Sundays finish fourth in their inaugural season.


[July]
> The Saturday team climb Snowdonia to raise vital funds for the club.
> The Sunday team is restructured and former junior player Martyn Story takes the managers hot-seat.

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[January]
> Martyn Story steps down as manager of the Sunday team and is replaced by Steve Orrill.

[April]
> The Saturday squad claim promotion with three games to - they are crowned champions on the last day of the season.

[May]
> The Sunday squad finish ninth and Steve Orrill steps down as manager.

[July]
> Former player, Dan Williamson is appointed as the new Sundays manager.
> The Sunday team transfer to the Stockport District Sunday League.


[August]
> The Saturdays are victorious in the third annual memorial cup.

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[May]
> The Sunday team achieve promotion to the second division.


[June]
> The Saturday and Sunday teams raise money by climbing Helvellyn and Snowdonia respectively.


[July]
> The club add a new Veterans team who will compete in the Cheshire Veterans League - Declan Aherne is appointed as team manager.

> Thyssenkrupp join the team as sponsors of the veterans team.

[August]
> The Saturday team defeat the Sundays in the fourth annual memorial cup.

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[March]
> Baguley Athletic launch their first Easter egg and gift drive

[April]
> Baguley Athletic are awarded the FA's prestigious Charter Standard Award.
> The club are invited to reopen the newly refurbished B&M store in Baguley.


[May]
> The Veterans finish their inaugural season in eighth place whilst the Sunday team are promoted to the first division.

[June]
> Players from the Sunday team take part in the Wythenshawe Games 10k to raise money for Scope.

[July]
> Baguley Athletic announce a full rebrand of the club.

[August]
> The Saturday team are defeated in the fifth annual memorial cup.

[December]
> The success of the Easter egg drive sees Athletic collect Christmas gifts for Wythenshawe Hospital's Starlight Children's Ward.

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[May]
> The Sunday team finish a respectable fourth and are promoted to the Stockport & District Premier League.
> After winning three promotions in as many years, manager Dan Williamson leaves the club.
> The Veterans clinch the division five title having lost only one league game all season.


[July]
> Former player, Jonny Chrimes is appointed as the new Sunday team manager.
> Athletic introduce a new junior team who will compete at under thirteen level in the Salford & District Junior League.
> After five years, the Saturday squad is folded

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[February]
> The Sunday team are forced to fold following a walk-out from the management team.

[June]
> The under fourteens welcome a new sponsor - the Pizzeria Manchester.

[July]
> The Saturday and Sunday teams are reformed with Matthew Davenport and Martyn Story returning as managers.

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[April]
> Former Sundays manager, Dan Williamson returns to the club as the new First Team manager.
> Declan Aherne leaves his role as Veterans manager and is replaced by Ian Howard.


[July]
> Matthew Davenport leaves his role as Saturday manager and is replaced by David Heapy - the team move to the Altrincham & District League.
> The new First Team are accepted into the Lancashire & Cheshire League whilst the Sunday Team transfer to the East Cheshire Sunday League.
> The club announce five new sponsors with Northedge Architecture, BarKode Limited, Shred & Butta, AirDNA Digital and City Illuminations joining the team.
> Koolpak are announced as the clubs new "official healthcare provider".


[August]
> The under fifteens win the annual Crofton Juniors tournament.

[September]
> Baguley Athletic are awarded the Silver Award from the Manchester College in recognition of our commitment to provide young people with work opportunities.

[October]
> Baguley Athletic establish The Community Badgers - the official community arm of the club.
> The under fifteens move to the Bolton, Bury & District League.


[December]
> The Baguley Athletic first annual Community Christmas Fayre is held.