A look back on a momentous season for Racing Club Warwick

A first promotion in 30 years made it a campaign to remember for Scott Easterlow's side.

Thursday, 30th May 2019, 7:48 pm
Promotion celebrations

Racing Club Warwick clinched promotion from Midland League Division One on a dramatic final day. However, there were plenty more twists and turns along the way as the Townsend Meadow-based side battled to the runners-up spot behind Heather St John's.

Goalkeeper Charlie Bannister's last-minute strike sparked joyous scenes as Racers fought back to earn a 3-3 draw with Lichfield City
Bannister savours the moment.
Attendances were up at Townsend Meadow, boosted by success in the league, runs in the cups and an attractive brand of football.
Rich Powell is sent flying during the home clash with Leicester Road. The 1-1 draw ended a run of ten successive league victories.
Mackey fires home against Heather St John's to help the home side to a 2-1 win in October. It would be Heather who would have the last laugh, though, after a stunning run of results took them to the title.
A long-awaited reappearance in the FA Cup and a fine run in the Vase were early highlights of the campaign. Not for Pegasus Juniors keeper Callum Hopkins, however, who conceded ten as Racers ran riot.
Trea Bertie celebrates a dramatic winner in the FA Cup clash with Coalville. Racers had trailed 2-0 at half-time but went on to win the extra preliminary round tie 4-3.
Manager Scott Easterlow had promised promotion after being appointed in May 2017 and duly delivered in his second full season.
Ben Mackey in a familiar pose after scoring against Chelmsley Town. The prolific hitman scored 37 goals for Racing Club