Smiles are back at Shaw Lane

Craig Elliott admits that the gloom has lifted at Shaw Lane Aquaforce

Craig Elliott admits that two solid wins have given everyone at title contenders Shaw Lane Aquaforce a huge lift. Elliott admitted last week that he was at his lowest ebb after two consecutive defeats in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division. However, despite losing goalkeeper Ben Gathercole early on, Aquaforce won at Heanor Town and then  read more→

Midfielder Travis leaves Parramore

Nicky Travis has signed for Matlock Town

Nicky Travis has left Handsworth Parramore and joined Mark Hume’s Matlock Town on the Evo Stik deadline day. The midfielder arrived at Handsworth after a long spell playing out in Australia for Central Coast Mariners and then in Italy. Travis told Handsworth’s official website: “I would like to place on record my thanks to everyone at  read more→

Late winner sends Nostell to New York

Jack Fisher was outstanding for Nostell in their 2-1 semi-final win at Maltby Main

Nostell Miners Welfare players, supporters and officials will be practicing their best Frank Sinatra impression after James Kitson dramatically booked their trip to the New York Stadium. Kitson’s 90th minute strike trickled over the line in slow motion to earn his side a 2-1 victory at Maltby Main in the extremely tense Sheffield & Hallamshire  read more→

Aquaforce ease past Parkgate

Shane Kelsey scored Shaw Lane Aquaforce's second goal in the 2-0 win over Parkgate

Shaw Lane Aquaforce’s quest to catch up with league leaders Worksop Town continued with a straight-forward 2-0 home win over Parkgate. Goals early in both halves paved the way to three more points to narrow the gap on Worksop to eleven points. There was more of a buzz around Shaw Lane following the win at  read more→

Woodhouse to face former club

Hull United manager Curtis Woodhouse

Hull United manager Curtis Woodhouse said he is “absolutely delighted” to be playing his former side Hull City in the East Riding Senior Cup semi-final tonight. The Citizens have exceeded expectations in their first season as a club in the competition and Woodhouse’s men are raring to go for the biggest game in their short history  read more→

Farsley keep play-offs hopes alive

Lewis Nightingale opened the scoring for Farsley AFC. Photo: Caught Light Photography

Farsley AFC kept their Evo Stik Division One North play-off hopes alive after a 2-0 win over Clitheroe. Clitheroe had the best chances of a scrappy first half and almost went ahead when Louis Mayers free-kick was well saved by Tom Taylor. Late on the half Sefton Gonzales saw his effort saved well by Taylor.  read more→

Aquaforce win, despite great adversity

Joe Thornton played most of Shaw Lane Aquaforce's 3-0 win at Heanor in goal after Ben Gathercole was stretched off

Shaw Lane Aquaforce pulled off a fantastic 3-0 win at Heanor Town in great adversity to end a run of two defeats. Joe Thornton played almost the whole match in goal after stopper Ben Gathercole was stretched off in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division clash. Thornton even made a great save in a one-on-one situation  read more→

Hull get promotion bid back on track

Hull United got their promotion bid back on tract

Hull United’s NCEL promotion push was put back on track with a 3-1 win over Humber Premier League leaders Crown FC yesterday. Curtis Woodhouse’s men sit 4th, with games in hand over 3rd placed Reckitts and Crown FC, who remain at the top of the table despite the defeat. With only Sculcoates Amateurs left to  read more→

Stocksbridge hit highest note

Hat-trick hero Brad Grayson (left) celebrates scoring in Stocksbridge's emphatic 5-0 win over Market Drayton Town. Picture: White Rose Photos

Stocksbridge Park Steels enjoyed their most emphatic win of the season with the 5-0 demolition of Market Drayton Town at Bracken Moor. The victory moves Chris Hilton’s men closer to the safety line in the Evo Stik Division One South. Brad Grayson led the way with a hat-trick which started in the fifth minute when  read more→

Ossett lose out to title-hunters Salford

Sanchez Payne in action for Ossett Town during the 3-0 defeat to Salford. Picture: Mark Gledhill

Title-chasing Salford City took their chances in their 3-0 win at Ossett Town in the Evo Stik Division One North. The scores were goal-less at half-time, but Salford came quickly out of the blocks in the second half as the first goal arrived within four minutes. Matthew Chadwick had time out on the left and sent over an  read more→