Super ‘Sedge boosted by Davies return

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division  Liversedge have been boosted by the return of popular attacker Rhys Davies, who has left Worksop Town. Davies had been a key mainstay of Jonathan Rimmington’s ‘Sedge team for two seasons until he joined Frickley Athletic in the summer. He recently moved to Worksop. Davies adds quality to ‘Sedge’s side as they  read more→

Lill makes move to Swallownest

Toolstation NCEL Division One Maltby Main striker Alex Lill has made the move to Division One newcomers Swallownest. It is a notable signing by new Swallownest manager Jordan Stocks as Lill has enjoyed great success in front of goal in the Premier Division in the past year. The pacy striker was a key mastermind behind  read more→

Ducks deluged by applications

The deadline for applications for the vacant Shaw Lane AFC’s manager’s position is 5pm this afternoon. The Ducks have been overwhelmed with CVs since advertising on Wednesday. It is hardly a surprise as the position is one of the most exciting to come up for a long time. The vacancy opened up on Sunday after  read more→

Glavin to be there for Willy’s 1000th game

Mark ‘Willy’ Wilson is all set for an emotional afternoon tomorrow as his “mentor” Ronnie Glavin is to present him with commemorative shirt prior to his landmark 1000th career appearance. Non League legend Wilson will make his long-awaited 1000th appearance when Worsbrough Bridge host East Yorkshire Carnegie. Glavin signed Wilson four times during his managerial  read more→

Davidson swaps Pikes for Bridlington

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division Former Shaw Lane AFC and Bradford (Park Avenue) winger Alex Davidson has ended his short stay with Pickering Town. Davidson, the brother of Tadcaster star Peter, has joined Pickering’s local rivals Bridlington Town after making three appearances His time with the Pikes did end on a sour note as he was  read more→

Wilshire hits two in big Welfare victory

Toolstation NCEL Division One Glasshoughton Welfare 4-1 East Yorkshire Carnegie Two second half goals from in-form youngster Mitch Wilshire helped Glasshoughton Welfare record one of their easiest wins of the season. Glasshoughton were dominant throughout their victory over a poor East Yorkshire Carnegie side, who offered little in the 90 minutes. First half goals from  read more→

Fish is the hero for super ‘Sedge

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division Regan Fish was the hero for Liversedge, who celebrated a memorable midweek away victory at in-form Hall Road Rangers. Liversedge fell behind to Josh Batty’s second minute opener for Hall Road, but they showed great character to respond. Star striker Joe Walton levelled the scores before half-time. Sedge were awarded a  read more→

Experienced Tonks joins Athersley

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division  Athersley Rec boss Luke Potter has appointed his former Ossett Albion comrade Rob Tonks as his assistant manager. Tonks retired from playing at the end of last season after a few seasons with Hemsworth Miners Welfare. He then rejoined Ossett as part of the coaching staff, but left following the departure  read more→

Bloor to stay with Frickley for season

Evo Stik South  Popular Mansfield Town loanee Teddy Bloor is to stay on loan at Frickley Athletic for the rest of the season. Bloor has been a major part of Frickley’s excellent start to the campaign. Spencer Fearn said: “Teddy has been a very important player for us and we are really pleased that we  read more→

Craig Elliott deserves Boston chance

Craig Elliott’s appointment as the new Boston United manager should not have been a total surprise. His managerial record with Shaw Lane AFC, Ossett Town and Glasshoughton Welfare, plus Kellingley in the West Yorkshire League, is phenomenal. He has done a magnificent job with each one and thoroughly deserves his chance at a major Non  read more→