Ossett held to draw at Clitheroe

Connor Bower put Ossett Albion in front against Clitheroe. Photo: Adam Hirst

Ossett Albion have started to eat back into the three deducted points after the 1-1 draw at Clitheroe in the Evo Stik Division One North. Albion played up the infamous Clitheroe slope in the first half and it was the home side who started brightly and for ten minutes, Albion were under severe pressure. More  read more→

Scarborough move up to fourth

Tom Corner scored twice in Scarborough Athletic's 3-2 win at Burscough

Scarborough Athletic took advantage of their rivals’ week off by winning 3-2 at Burscough to go fourth in the Evo Stik Division One North. Scarborough were cruising at one point before Burscough pegged them back. Bryan Hughes and Paul Foot’s men had to hang on towards the end as Jimmy Ghaichem was controversially sent off.  read more→

Bojang hailed as Ammers hero

Knaresborough Town striker Mitch Hamilton strikes his penalty which was saved Yorkshire Amateur goalkeeper Suwara Bojang

Yorkshire Amateur goalkeeper Suwara Bojang was hailed as a hero after saving Mitch Hamilton’s late penalty in the goal-less draw at Knaresborough Town. Bojang came up trumps with the spot kick save and then with another important stop at the death in the only Toolstation NCEL Division One game played in Yorkshire yesterday. The weather  read more→

Schedule decimated by poor weather

The scene at Hallam earlier today. (Source: Facebook)

Just seven Yorkshire sides were in action this afternoon after snow and waterlogged pitches decimated the fixture schedule.  Scarborough Athletic were the biggest beneficiaries of the weather as their 3-2 win at Burscough propelled them into the Evo Stik Division One North play-offs zone. Ossett Albion finally started to claw back some of the deducted  read more→

Inspections and postponements

The scene at Stocksbridge Park Steels on Thursday

For the second consecutive week, snow is causing problems our region’s Non League clubs.  As of 7am, this is the known list of postponements and inspections in the Evo Stik League and Northern Counties East League: Postponed Mossley v Farsley AFC Stocksbridge Park Steels v Stafford Rangers Inspections Frickley Athletic v Halesowen Town (9am) Athersley  read more→

Frickley facing tough semi-final test

Frickley manager Karl Rose and his side face a tough semi-final tie at Handsworth

Last season’s beaten finalists Frickley Athletic face a tough test in the semi-finals of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup. Karl Rose’s Frickley will head to Toolstation NCEL Premier Division outfit Handsworth Parramore before the end of March to fight for a trip to Hillsborough. The competition has been dogged by a serious of problems  read more→

Railway can’t underestimate Prescot

Billy Miller says Harrogate Railway must not Nathan Cartman's departure cause their season to "fizzle out"

Billy Miller admits that Harrogate Railway cannot afford to underestimate their next two opponents in the Evo Stik Division One North. If the snow clears, Railway are due to host Prescot Cables tomorrow and then visit doomed Padiham in seven days’ time. Prescot are struggling at the bottom of the end of the table and  read more→

North Ferriby sign Topliss on loan

North Ferriby United manager Billy Heath has signed Sam Topliss on a month's loan from Hull City

North Ferriby United manager Billy Heath has signed Hull City defender Sam Topliss for an initial one-month loan. The 20 year-old joined Hull City in 2011 but is yet to make his debut for the club. The Grimsby-born right-back said: “I’m looking forward to joining Ferriby. They have a lot of fixtures in the next  read more→

Bridge will face different Ponte side

Duncan Bray believes that his and Nick Handley's (right) Pontefract side are in better shape than it was in September

Duncan Bray claims Pontefract Collieries are a completely different proposition to when Worsbrough Bridge beat them twice in eight days earlier this season. Worsbrough beat Pontefract twice – first in an August Toolstation NCEL Division One clash and then in the FA Vase at the start of September. Weather-permitting, Worsbrough are due to host promotion-chasing  read more→

Cracknell extends Seadogs loan

Scarborough's on-loan Hull City goalkeeper Joe Cracknell

Scarborough Athletic have extended the loan of Joe Cracknell from Hull City until the end of the season. The 20 year-old initially joined the Evo-Stik Division North outfit on 24th November until January 1st, and extended his tenure further until the end of January, and he will now stay with the Seadogs until the end  read more→