Young Bates swaps ‘Sedge for Hemsworth

Young Red Bates has joined Hemsworth Miners Welfare after leaving Liversedge. Bates signed forms on Tuesday night as the Wells narrowly beat old rivals AFC Mansfield 2-1 in Fitzwilliam to go second in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division table. Bates, is the son of former Nostell Miners Welfare manager Terry, who a coach at Liversedge  read more→

Defender Carrick re-signs for Welfare

Defender Liam Carrick has returned to Armthorpe Welfare from Frickley Athletic. Carrick originally played for Armthorpe at the beginning of last season, alongside playing for Frickley under 21s. He had been involved with Frickley’s first team this season, until the arrival of Dave Frecklington as Craig Spink’s replacement recently. Mick Carmody’s Armthorpe have made a  read more→

Greening and Pappril set up Selby tie

Goals from Fraser Papprill and Josh Greening ensured Bridlington Town booked their place in the FA Vase second round. Bridlington won 2-1 at Penistone Church in the all NCEL tie and Brett Agnew’s men will now face Selby Town away from home on November 2nd. Elliott Firth’s goal for Church on the hour failed to  read more→

Garforth experience has helped Costello conquer Sweden

Adrian Costello says his experiences during his time as Garforth Town manager have helped him put Swedish outfit Ytterhogdal IK on the brink of promotion. Costello is held in such high regard in East Leeds by fans, directors and former players for saving Garforth from the oblivion of relegation to Division One of the Toolstation  read more→

Railway star Jagger joins Brighouse

Harrogate Railway captain and star striker Joe Jagger has rejoined BetVictor North West outfit Brighouse Town after receiving Des Macorison’s blessing. Jagger had previously pledged to stay with Railway for the whole season, but Macorison says the opportunity of playing BetVictor football again is one the striker cannot turn down. The powerful forward previously wore  read more→

Wembley dreamers Selby learn FA Vase opponents

Christian Fox’s free-scoring Selby Town have been handed a home tie against Bridlington Town in the FA Vase second round. The match will be played on Saturday 2nd November and it is possible over 1000 people will be in attendance to watch it. Nearly 400 watched Fox’s men take Cheadle Town apart in the 5-1  read more→

Flynn has scored over 300 goals in just seven years

Goal machine Ash Flynn has incredibly scored just over 300 times in only seven years as a semi-professional Non League footballer. Flynn is on the brink of scoring his 100th goal for current club Yorkshire Amateur and he hopes to achieve that when his club host Golcar United in the West Riding County Cup on  read more→

Macorison upbeat over Railway’s prospects

Harrogate Railway manager Des Macorison remains upbeat about his side’s prospects after watching them lose 2-1 to Hallam. Despite taking the lead through powerful striker Toby Harris, Railway were beaten by goals from Micah Bishop and Reece Treasure. The defeat was their fourth successive loss in Toolstation NCEL Division One, but Macorison has full confidence  read more→

Steels and Pikes face replay, while Ponte throw Glossop out

Pickering Town and Stocksbridge Park Steels will battle it out again in the FA Trophy in South Yorkshire on Tuesday night after a 1-1 draw at Marsh Lane. Super Sam Cable, the on-loan Frickley Athletic striker, sparked Pickering into life after just three minutes after lobbing Stocksbridge goalkeeper Edd Hall. Josh Nodder forced home the  read more→

Donovan scores last minute winner for Emley

Super-sub Finn Donovan enjoyed a memorable comeback to Emley after scoring the dramatic last minute winner in the 3-2 victory at St Helens Town. Donovan, the son of former Huddersfield Town player Kevin, kept his cool to finish after Declan Dawson played him through in the dying embers of the North West Counties clash. Richard  read more→