Poker night to finish around 10pm

Grosvenor Poster

For those worried about their game the following day, Non League Yorkshire’s charity poker tournament is scheduled to finish between 10pm and 10.30pm. The event which takes place on Friday 16th October at Grosvenor Casino Leeds Westgate at 7pm is to raise money for Disability Sport Yorkshire. Tickets cost £15 which includes starting chip stack, hot  read more→

Shaw Lane are in it to win it

Shaw Lane Aquaforce manager Craig Elliott admits his club are heading into the unknown

Craig Elliott believes more teams historically take the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup seriously when compared with the West Riding equivalent. The Shaw Lane Aquaforce manager is entering the prestigious competition for only the second time and he hopes there will be no repeat of last season’s debacle. Aquaforce resigned from the Senior Cup after  read more→

No complaints over County Cup PP

West Riding

Captain Andy Hawksworth was denied his 100th Garforth Town appearance after heavy rain forced referee Ken Haycock to postpone the West Riding County Cup first round tie with Yorkshire Amateur. The pitch was playable at 6.30pm until the intense thunderstorm arrived and left part of the field under water. The match is expected to be  read more→

Premier League chief to visit Harrogate

Mike Riley is visiting Harrogate to help raise funds for Harrogate Cardiac Unit

Former Premier League referee Mike Riley is helping to raise money for Harrogate Cardiac Unit next week. Riley, the current head of the PGMOB, will be speaking about his career at Oatlands Mount Club in Harrogate on Thursday 15th October at 7.30pm. Harrogate Referee’s Association are holding the talk, which also includes a question and answer  read more→

Albion progress in FA Youth Cup

Greg Hunter scored in Ossett Albion under 18s win over Grimsby under 18s in the FA Youth Cup. Picture: Adam Hirst

Ossett Albion under 18s are through to the second qualifying round of the FA Youth Cup after a 3-2 victory over Grimsby Town under 18s at Dimple Wells. After the opening 30 minutes when Grimsby dominated the game, Albion took the lead in the 35th minute through a well-taken goal by Jordan Garrick. This is  read more→

Ricardo wants to see consistency

Dave Ricardo (left) and assistant Bill Gill want to see an improvement in Selby Town's form

Dave Ricardo admits Selby Town need to start showing some consistency if they want achieve anything this season. September was a patchy month as Selby beat Grimsby and Glasshoughton, but came unstuck against Teversal and Hull United and then drew with Penistone and Eccleshill. Selby started October by winning at Westella VIP in the FA  read more→

Miller to rotate Tad team for Goole

Tadcaster Albion boss Billy Miller intends to rotate his team for the West Riding County Cup tie at Goole

There will be the odd change to Tadcaster Albion’s starting line-up in the West Riding County Cup first round tie at Goole tonight. Billy Miller has confirmed that he will alter his side that stormed to a 4-1 victory over Pickering Town on Friday. He said: “The County Cup will give us a great opportunity  read more→

Railway see off Glasshoughton in Cup

Dan Barrett scores his first goal in Harrogate Railway's 4-1 win over Glasshoughton. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Harrogate Railway ended a run of defeats to beat Glasshoughton Welfare 4-1 in the West Riding County Cup first round tie at Station View. Toolstation NCEL Division One side Glasshoughton gave a very good account of themselves, but Harrogate took their chances. Dan Barrett, who played for Glasshoughton last season under Jon Miles, scored twice  read more→

Hope set for Pickering move

Ash Hope is moving to Pickering

Ash Hope’s transfer from Selby Town to Pickering Town will be confirmed very soon. The move reunites Hope with Pickering manager Paul Marshall, who he played for at Tadcaster Albion. The midfielder has been a popular figure at Selby over the past year for his performances in Toolstation NCEL Division One. His link-up with Pickering  read more→

County FA say sorry for ref debacle

West Riding

The West Riding County FA have apologised for their part in the postponed County Cup clash between Liversedge and Pontefract Collieries. The County FA have blamed a breakdown in communication for the debacle which led to no match officials arriving for the first round tie. The match was moved from a midweek date to Saturday  read more→