SATURDAY’S home draw with Clitheroe saw Warrington Rylands goalkeeper Graeme McCall reach a special milestone.

The game at Gorsey Lane saw him mark his 100th appearance in a Blues shirt since he joined the club back in 2018.

Having arrived when the club was accepted into the North West Counties League, the popular stopper has played an integral role in their rapid rise into the Northern Premier League’s West Division, where they are building another promotion push.

His part in last season’s victorious FA Vase campaign cannot be understated – he was the hero of penalty shoot-out victories over Jarrow, Shildon and West Auckland Town on route to Wembley, where they lifted the trophy following a 3-2 final victory over Binfield.

Before Saturday’s game, McCall was presented with a memento to mark his century of appearances by club chairman Mark Pye.

Unfortunately, he could not mark the occasion with a clean sheet as the visitors came away with a 2-2 draw.

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