Opening day trip to Tynedale for Old Albanian

PUBLISHED: 17:51 10 July 2012

Old Albanian in action last season

Old Albanian in action last season


OLD Albanian will begin life in the SSE National League One with an away trip to Tynedale on Saturday, September 1.

OAs were promoted from the SSE National League Two South last season after ending a magnificent campaign as champions ahead of runners-up Richmond, who also went up, and Worthing.

Woolam’s will host its first League One clash on Saturday, September 8 against the aforementioned Richmond.

Old Albanian’s SSE National League One 2012/13 fixtures are as follows:

September 1 Tynedale Away

September 8 Richmond Home

September 15 Fylde Away

September 22 Blackheath Home

September 29 Esher Away

October 6 Wharfedale Home

October 13 Loughborough Away

October 20 Blaydon Away

October 27 Sedgley Park Home

November 3 Ealing Away

November 10 Cinderford Home

November 17 Cambridge Away

November 24 Coventry Home

December 8 Rosslyn Park Away

December 15 Macclesfield Home

December 22 Richmond Away

January 5 Fylde Home

January 12 Blckheath Away

January 19 Esher Home

January 26 Wharfedale Away

February 2 Loughborough Home

February 16 Blaydon Home

March 2 Sedgley Park Away

March 9 Ealing Home

March 23 Cinderford Away

March 30 Cambridge Home

April 06 Coventry Away

April 13 Rosslyn Park Home

April 20 Macclesfield Away

April 27 Tynedale Home

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