Bordman makes short move to Albion

Rob Bordman has left Ossett Town and joined local rivals Ossett Albion

Ossett Albion have announced the signing of prolific striker Rob Bordman from local rivals Ossett Town. Former Wakefield forward Bordman had only been with Town since the summer after deciding not to move to Salford City. He announced his arrival by scoring an incredible 40-yard free kick against Bradford City in a pre-season friendly. Evo  read more→

Garforth fans urged to turn out in masses

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Chairman Brian Close is calling on Garforth Town supporters to turn out in their masses for the local derby at Tadcaster Albion tomorrow. The derby with Toolstation NCEL Premier Division leaders Tadcaster is one of the most eagerly-anticipated games between the sides in recent memory. Tadcaster, whose attendances have been growing each week are expected  read more→

Cleethorpes have made great strides

Cleethorpes Town manager Marcus Newell (left) says his club have made great strides in 2014

2014 will go down as a year when Cleethorpes Town made great strides on and off-the-pitch. That’s the verdict of Cleethorpes manager Marcus Newell. Cleethorpes were only formed as a club in 2003 and only entered the Toolstation NCEL two years ago. In the past 12 months, Town have won the Division One title and  read more→

Miller: Railway aren’t out for revenge

Billy Miller says Harrogate Railway have no demons to rest when they play Droylsden tomorrow

Harrogate Railway won’t go into their Evo Stik Division One North clash with Droylsden looking for revenge, Billy Miller has said. Railway were beaten 6-1 at Droylsden back in August, but that defeat has been forgotten about since. Harrogate have signed former Harrogate Town midfielder Luke Dean this week and Miller said: “We’ll approach the  read more→

Seize the moment – Town chief Ainsley

Spennymoor manager Jason Ainsley believes his players have nothing to lose in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie with AFC Telford. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Spennymoor Town manager Jason Ainsley is urging his players to seize the moment in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie with AFC Telford United. Spennymoor have battled their way past Tadcaster Albion, Bishop Auckland, Dunston and Ashton to put themselves one game away from a potential first round clash with the likes of Bradford  read more→

Stuart Ludlam signs for Handsworth

Peter Duffield has added Stuart Ludlam to his Handsworth Parramore squad on dual-registration terms with Buxton. The main aim of the deal is for Ludlam, who has played for Retford United, Frickley Athletic and Worksop, to play some games to boost his match fitness. Defender Ludlam told Handsworth’s official website: “I’ve been at Buxton, but  read more→

Garforth will rise to the occasion

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Graham Nicholas expects his out of form Garforth Town side to rise to the occasion in the big local derby with table-toppers Tadcaster Albion on Saturday. Garforth’s season has hit the buffers in recent weeks with the Miners yet to win during October and face a huge test against the star-studded Toolstation NCEL Premier Division  read more→

Garforth beaten at Cleethorpes

Attacking midfielder Luke Managham played the second half of Garforth's 4-1 defeat at Cleethorpes in goal and kept a clean sheet

If you’re a reader of Twitter, you may be aware of how Garforth Town’s 4-1 Toolstation NCEL Premier Division defeat at Cleethorpes Town unfolded last night. You may have read about every nut and cranny from the two sides making a tentative start to the second half or to a pull back that evaded everyone.  read more→

Thompson returns to Parramore

Lee Thompson has signed for Handsworth Parramore

Peter Duffield has signed a second player this week at Handsworth Parramore. Midfielder Lee Thompson has returned for a second spell with Parramore after leaving Stocksbridge Park Steels. The move comes as a blow to the Steels as Thompson had been a key player in their recent revival. Thompson had joined the Steels from Belper  read more→

Cartman: I feel at home at Rail

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Signing a contract at Harrogate Railway means Nathan Cartman can just enjoy his football and not have to deal with nuisance phone calls this season. The Evo Stik Division One North’s top-goalscorer pledged his future to Harrogate two weeks ago after an ‘unofficial approach’ from an un-named club. Striker Cartman, who doesn’t drive and believes  read more→