Nostell add firepower to attack with Hirst

Prolific Toolstation NCEL Division One striker Kieran Hirst has added more firepower to Nostell Miners Welfare’s attack after leaving Worsbrough Bridge. The move to Crofton Community Centre reunites him with old pal Jack Wilson, who swapped the sights and sounds of Worsbrough for Nostell earlier in the campaign. Ex-Parkgate striker Hirst has consistently scored goals  read more→

Hindley back at Hallam as joint boss

Ryan Hindley will be striking fear into many Toolstation NCEL Division One sides after returning to Hallam as joint manager. Hindley, who was manager of Hallam for two-and-half years until May 2017, will work alongside Stephen Whitehead. Whitehead was one of Hindley’s assistant during his ‘new’ colleague’s stint in sole charge. Hindley is credited as  read more→

Macorison backs Harrogate to move up table

Des Macorison remains confident Harrogate Railway will move up the Toolstation NCEL Division One table during the second half of the season. Despite the early positive signs, Macorison has been unable to halt the slide that Railway have been on since the departure of Billy Miller in 2015 and they lie second bottom, two points  read more→

Perks gets two as heroic Welfare win, despite having ten men for an hour

Nathan Perks got two as Glasshoughton Welfare came up with a performance of Superhero qualities to beat Rossington Main 2-0 after playing with ten men for an hour after Craig Tonkinson’s red card. The outstanding victory and clean sheet keeps Glasshoughton firmly in the race for promotion from Toolstation NCEL Division One. Key midfielder Tonkinson  read more→

Swinburn double helps Rec secure big win

Kane Swinburn’s double helped Athersley Rec complete a sensational 4-1 victory over Grimsby Borough to continue their revival. Toolstation NCEL Premier Division bottom side Rec are now four points behind Bottesford Town and showing real signs of pulling off the great escape. Rec have taken five points from a possible 12 – with the only  read more→

No instant victory for new boss Danville

An eighth minute Eddie Cass own goal consigned new Hemsworth Miners Welfare manager Luke Danville to a 1-0 defeat to promotion rivals Staveley Miners Welfare in his first game in permanent charge. Hemsworth remain second, level on 38 points with leaders Penistone Church who did not play.  Liversedge and Yorkshire Amateur remain hot on the  read more→

Rampant 2nd half display maintains Selby’s promotion bid

Selby Town 7-3 Harrogate Railway  Doubles from Josh Walker and Carl Stewart and a rampant second half display maintained Selby Town’s Toolstation NCEL Division One promotion bid. But it was far from plain-sailing for Selby as lowly Harrogate gave them a huge fright in the first half. Having overturned Stewart’s opener, Railway deservedly stole the  read more→

Simpson signs for Super ‘Sedge

Garforth Town’s record goal-scorer Mark Simpson has joined Toolstation NCEL Premier Division rivals Liversedge. The move was confirmed hours after Sedge’s 4-1 victory over Garforth at Clayborn. Simpson scored 100 goals for Garforth over several spells, but left the club last weekend. Jonathan Rimmington told Non League Yorkshire: “Simmo is a proven goal-scorer at this  read more→

Reeves joins Quinn’s Tadcaster

Former Farsley Celtic striker Damian Reeves has joined Paul Quinn’s Tadcaster Albion. Reeves arrives in time for Tadcaster’s trip to struggling Dunston in the BetVictor North West. Reeves joined Ossett United in the summer and in recent years he has played for the likes of Shaw Lane, Altrincham and Gainsborough Trinity. He is best known  read more→

Danville is named Hemsworth manager

Luke Danville has been named as the permanent manager of Hemsworth Miners Welfare. Captain Danville has been holding the fort with Andy Hart and Steven Jeff since Wayne Benn moved to Ossett United in November. The trio have maintained Hemsworth Miners Welfare’s promotion bid, with the Wells currently lying in second place in the Toolstation  read more→