Worsbrough stun leaders Emley

AFC Emley defender Anthony Leech battles for the ball

By James Holder AFC Emley suffered their first league defeat on home soil, as they lost 2-1 to Worsbrough Bridge Athletic in Toolstation NCEL Division One action, but had the chances to gain all three points. It was the host’s who started the game in the ascendancy, Doran Jordan putting Steven Kenworthy through on goal,  read more→

Unstoppable Carts hits another treble

Nathan Cartman celebrates completing his hat-trick by running to the Harrogate Railway fans. Photo: Caught Light Photography

Nathan Cartman’s incredible goal-scoring run continued as Harrogate Railway stormed to a 4-0 victory over ten-man local rivals Ossett Town. Cartman hit a hat-trick for the second week running – his third of the season – to consolidate his position at the top of the Evo Stik Division One North goal-scorers chart. The contracted striker  read more→

Elliott hails magnificent Aquaforce

Craig Elliott described Shaw Lane Aquaforce's incredible 3-0 win at FA Vase favourites as his club's best ever result

Craig Elliott paid tribute to his heroic players after Shaw Lane Aquaforce pulled off the impossible at FA Vase favourites and Northern League leaders West Auckland Town. Shaw Lane’s remarkable rise up the football pyramid continued with a stunning 3-0 win over the 2012 and 2014 Vase runners-up. The visitors were set on their way  read more→

Ormsby keeps Wembley dream alive

Liam Ormsby celebrates firing Tadcaster Albion ahead in the FA Vase second round victory over Morpeth Town

Liam Ormsby smashed Tadcaster Albion into the FA Vase third round with a last gasp penalty to earn his side a deserved 2-1 win over Morpeth Town. The second round tie was heading for extra-time until a needless challenge saw double goal-scorer Ormsby given the opportunity to score the winner from 12-yards for the second  read more→

Ossett Albion produce ‘best of season’

Ossett Albion goal-scorer Connor McDonagh battles in the 3-2 win over Kendal Town. Picture: John Hirst

Ossett Albion produced their best performance of the season to deservedly claim all three points from a 3-2 victory over Kendal Town at Our Physio Stadium. The Evo Stik Division One North match was only four minutes old when Steve Nicholson was injured and had to be substituted by James Riordan. A minute later, with  read more→

Shaw Lane and Taddy make it through

Shaw Lane Aquaforce and Tadcaster Albion are through to the third round of the FA Vase

Both Shaw Lane Aquaforce and Tadcaster Albion will compete in the FA Vase third round. Shaw Lane remarkably won 3-0 at West Auckland Town – the favourites to win the competition with the bookmakers. Taddy needed a last gasp penalty from Liam Ormsby to beat Morpeth Town 2-1 at i2i Stadium. The full report from  read more→

All the pressure is on Marske – Anderson

Dave Anderson's Barton Town Old Boys have been struck down with a sickness ahead of the FA Vase second round tie at Marske

Dave Anderson claims all the pressure is on Northern League pace-setters Marske ahead of Barton Town Old Boys’ big FA Vase clash. Barton will visit Marske for the second round tie, which will be played at Stokesley due to floodlight issues at Marske. Barton have been hit by numerous problems during the past week, including  read more→

Ossett Albion re-name ground

Dimple Wells will now be known as Our Physio Stadium

Ossett Albion have confirmed the sale of the naming rights at Dimple Wells to local firm Our Physio. The initial deal will see Ossett Albion play at the Our Physio Stadium for the remainder of the current season and will provide a welcome cash injection as the club look to secure safety in the Evo  read more→

Handsworth Parramore sign Harrison

Handsworth Parramore have signed Simon Harrison from Frickley Athletic

Handsworth Parramore have signed versatile player Simon Harrison from Frickley Athletic in time for the local derby with Parkgate tomorrow. Harrison has played for a number of clubs including Matlock Town, Ilkeston Town, Harrogate Town, Retford United and Goole. He was with Parramore boss Peter Duffield at Belper until a recent move to Frickley. Harrison  read more→

Time for NCEL glory in the FA Vase

Tadcaster and Shaw Lane are two of the NCEL's best hopes in the FA Vase this season

You have to go right back to 1997 to find the last Northern Counties East League club to have appeared at Wembley in the FA Vase Final. That’s right. North Ferriby United, who lost 3-0 to Whitby Town. It is a game which included current Bradford (Park Avenue) manager John Deacey being booked by World  read more→