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The clubs reserve team and youth teams also had terrific seasons, also resulting in promotion and for the second year reaching the Bridgewater Cup Final.
The Youth team reached yet another final where they were just pipped to the trophy by New Mills and the Veterans were runners up in the Premier Division of the Cheshire Veterans League.
Plans were made to lease adjacent land long term for junior football to deliver the club Vision to be a FA Charter Standard Club, playing at the highest possible level it can whilst remaining financially viable.
Floodlights were erected in July 2011 to meet FA requirements and West competed in the FA Vase for the first time in 2011-12 as a Step 7 club.
A further name change followed in 2003 to reflect the new location in Chorlton and the club was then elected to the Manchester League in 2006.
In 2007/8 West won its first Manchester League silverware lifting the Murray Shield in the last game of the club’s centenary year.
Some good mid season results garnered enough points to finish 16th in the table, well clear of trouble, with a final home game 2-0 victory over Runcorn Linnets signing off manager Andy Nelson’s six meteoric season’s in style.
But with a strong volunteer base and progress being made on and off the field, the club is in safe hands with a bright future ahead.
The 1st team won the Murray Shield (the third consecutive year in the final) and was league runners-up.
The reserves won the Bridgewater League Cup and the U17 Youth team won their League.
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Election to the Step 6 and the NWCFL followed in June 2012 and the club had an incredible first season finishing in 3rd position to secure promotion to Step 5, guaranteeing a first ever FA Cup place and winning the Div1 Trophy.