Ashforth: Campion in better position now

North West Counties League First Division North  Lee Ashforth says changes in personnel have helped inspire Campion’s turnaround in form since the poor performance in the defeat to Steeton on Bank Holiday Monday in August. The loss at their local rivals was the peak manifestation of Campion’s grisly start to the season. Ashforth and James  read more→

O’Connell rues Railway’s missed opportunity

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Mick O’Connell admits Harrogate Railway blew the chance to close the gap between them and the play-offs zone on Tuesday night. Railway – who head to Cleator Moor Celtic in the FA Vase tomorrow – lost to Clipstone in midweek at Station View. A third consecutive victory would have seen them  read more→

Lenthall felt duty-bound to provide stability to Penistone

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division  Club stalwart Steve Lenthall felt duty-bound to provide stability to Penistone Church by stepping in as their third manager of the season. Lenthall is initially in charge for the rest of the campaign after Brett Lovell had to turn down the chance to be legendary manager Ian Richards’ successor due to  read more→

Injury and suspension-hit Liversedge’s perfect start is remarkable

NPL Division One East  Jonathan Rimmington considers leaders Liversedge’s perfect start to the season as a remarkable achievement given his side’s lengthy injury and suspension list. ‘Sedge have won eight out of eight and hold a five-point lead over second-placed Ossett United. With the squad stretched, Liversedge have had to work extremely hard for all  read more→

Tadcaster caretaker Monkhouse not looking beyond Marske

NPL Division One East  Caretaker manager Andy Monkhouse is refusing to look beyond Tadcaster Albion’s Friday night (tonight) clash with Marske United after being thrown into the hot-seat. Steve Waide, the interim chief who held the post for five games after Paul Quinn’s exit, resigned literally minutes after the 2-1 defeat to Lincoln United on  read more→

Sewell confident Hall Road can get season back on track

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Leon Sewell remains “confident” Hall Road Rangers can get their campaign back on track. Sewell had hoped Hall Road would mount a push for the play-offs. After three wins from eleven fixtures, Hall Road are well off the pace and need a run of wins quickly to get themselves back in  read more→

Nostell boss hopes side can push on after fantastic start

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Ian Walker hopes Nostell Miners Welfare can push on and have a successful season after a fantastic start. After seven wins out of nine matches, Nostell are fourth and mixing it up with the two favourites Hallam and North Ferriby – plus the likes of predicted dark horses Brigg Town and  read more→

Forgione thrilled with Worsbrough’s attendances

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Back in February 2016, Worsbrough Bridge has just returned to Park Road after several months away at Grimethorpe and then Maltby following floodlight problems at their historic home. Luke Forgione had also just re-signed for them as a player to help them attempt to pull out of trouble. Worsbrough played three  read more→

Powell plans to bolster Brighouse squad

NPL Division One East  Vill Powell plans to bolster his Brighouse Town squad at some point in the next two weeks. Brighouse have enjoyed a positive start to the season but Powell wants to improve his defensive options. “There’s a couple of irons in the fire,” Powell told Non League Yorkshire. “I’m in the market  read more→

Pontefract dreaming of magical FA Cup run – Rouse

FA Cup Second Qualifying Round  Throughout the unprecedented years of success between 2016 and 2020, a magical run in the FA Cup was the missing piece of the jigsaw for Pontefract Collieries. Now first team manager Craig Rouse, the assistant to Craig Parry during those unforgettable glory-laden years, is plotting to lead the Colls into  read more→