Celts set their eyes on another promotion
After winning the play-offs last season to secure promotion to the EvoStik Premier Division, Leeds based none-league club Farsley Celtic look to be on the up yet again.
A 3-0 win over Marine at Throstle Nest on Saturday secured the Villagers a play-off place and chance to win promotion to the National League North.
Goals delivered by Nathan Cartman, Luke Parkin and Isaac Baldwin helped Farsley to what was a fairly comfortable victory in front of over 300 spectators.
After Saturdays win, Celts manager Adam Lakeland told farsleyceltic.com, “I’m delighted that we’ve won, there was a bit of pressure on us today, like there has over the past couple of months with other sides having well documented games in hand.”
“Nobody’s given us a chance all season.” he added.
“we’ve shown in over 46 games that we’re a good team. To get 80 points in this league takes some doing, and as a newly promoted side we should be incredibly proud.”
Farsley will now travel to Ashton United on Tuesday night to kick off their play-off campaign, as they look for a consecutive promotion and a chance to play in the National League North next season.
About Farsley Celtic
Farsley Celtic is a football club based in Farsley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The club was formed in 1908, but after falling into administration in June 2009 they were taken out of the Blue Square North in early 2010.
They were then reformed as Farsley A.F.C before re branding as Farsley Celtic in 2015.
After securing a 4-2 play-off final win against Ossett Town in 2017, Farsley Celtic currently play in the Northern Premier League (EvoStik) Premier Division.