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Not to be confused with Tim Cahill, the midfielder who plays for Everton. Tom Cahill Personal information Date of birth 21 November 1986 (1986-11-21) (age 24) Place of birth Euxton, England Playing position forward Club information Current club AFC Fylde Youth career 200?–2006 Euxton Villa Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2006–2007 Matlock Town 2007–2009 Rotherham United 8 (0) 2008 → Altrincham (loan) 11 (1) 2008 → Ilkeston Town (loan) 2010– AFC Fylde 43 (24) Total ? (?) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16th May 2011. † Appearances (Goals). Tom Cahill (born 21 November 1986) is an English footballer, who plays for AFC Fylde in Evostik 1st Division North. He is a forward. Contents 1 Career 1.1 Early career 1.2 Rotherham United 1.3 Fleetwood Town 1.4 AFC Fylde 1.5 Personal Life 2 References 3 External links Career Early career Born in Euxton, Lancashire Cahill attended St Mary's High School in Leyland and Runshaw College, where he was a member of their Football Academy. He played in the youth team of West Lancashire Football League side Euxton Villa for several years. In July 2006 he signed for Northern Premier League side Matlock Town while studying for a law degree at Sheffield University. In the 2006–07 season he scored the winning goal against Conference South side Histon in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup.[1] Rotherham United Cahill was set to move to the United States to start a scholarship. However, after he impressed on trial, he instead signed a two year deal with Rotherham United at the start of the 2007–08 season . Matlock received no fee for the 20-year old, but they did manage to negotiate a 10% sell-on clause, three pre-season friendlies with the Millers over a five-year period, and first refusal on any youngsters that Rotherham were prepared to release on loan deals.[1] Cahill was hit with niggling injuries at the start of his Rotherham career. His first appearance for the Millers, came on 6 October 2007 as a 78th minute substitute in a 3–2 home win over Mansfield Town. After two injuries, Cahill was sent on loan to Conference National side Altrincham on 1 January 2008, where he made 11 appearances, scoring one goal on 8 January in a 2–1 victory over Kidderminster Harriers. He returned to Rotherham United on 12 March, making a further six appearances that season. In October 2008, Cahill joined Northern Premier League Premier Division side Ilkeston Town on a three month loan deal. Fleetwood Town After a two month trial period Cahill signed for Conference North side Fleetwood Town on 1 August 2009,.[2] AFC Fylde In summer of 2010 Cahill joined ambitious Evostik North outfit AFC Fylde from Fleetwood and scored 24 goals for the Coasters as they reached the Play Off Final but lost to Chorley. Cahill is an all action striker and a fans favourite. Personal Life In addition to his semi-professional football career, Cahill also teaches Law at Runshaw College, Leyland. References ^ a b Ward, Adrian (25 June 2007). "Euxton lad set for Football League". ChorleyOnline.com. http://www.chorleyonline.com/news.article.asp?xmn=7768317053623801003092007142830324. Retrieved 13 August 2009. [dead link] ^ "Mellon's tough choices". Blackpool Gazette. 4 August 2009. http://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/fleetwood/Mellon39s-tough-choices.5520712.jp. Retrieved 13 August 2009.  External links Tom Cahill career stats at Soccerbase Persondata Name Cahill, Tom Alternative names Short description Date of birth 21 November 1986 Place of birth Euxton, England Date of death Place of death