Fox frustrated as Selby’s referee woes deepen in Ferriby defeat

Christian Fox claimed a combination of contentious refereeing and a lethargic performance were the main reasons behind Selby Town’s 5-0 home defeat to promotion contenders North Ferriby. Selby went behind early doors to Tom Corner’s 15th minute opener in the controversial Toolstation NCEL Division One clash. Given it was only their second game in six  read more→

Garforth’s potential lured Marshall off golf course

The potential of Garforth Town persuaded Paul Marshall to leave the golf course and move back into the dugout. The former Harrogate Railway and Tadcaster Albion manager replaced Rob Hunter last month and has enjoyed a stunning start to his reign with four wins and a draw in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division. He was  read more→

Garforth were hanging on at end, admits Marshall

Paul Marshall admitted that Garforth Town were fortunate to beat Bottesford Town in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division clash. Garforth held in a very nervy final ten minutes to win 2-1 after spending almost the entire second half in their own half. Marshall, in his first home game in charge, had led 2-0 at the  read more→

Ashforth admits Campion are in fantastic position

Lee Ashforth says Campion have given themselves a fantastic chance of winning promotion after the nine-match winning run. The Bradford-based side had a tricky start to the Toolstation NCEL Division One campaign after losing several key players to injury. However, nine consecutive wins – a stretch that ended with the midweek defeat to Glasshoughton Welfare  read more→

Welfare looking up the table – Holmes

Darren Holmes says Glasshoughton Welfare are looking up the table after overcoming their poor start to the Toolstation NCEL Division One season. Holmes and Lee Vigars had anticipated a tough opening few weeks after a car crash pre-season results-wise, caused by having to totally rebuild their squad.  Welfare lost all five of their first five  read more→

Campion looked “shattered” during defeat – Ashforth

Lee Ashforth praised Glasshoughton Welfare for their performance, but said his Campion players clearly looked “shattered” in the 3-0 defeat at Leeds Road. Campion’s run of nine consecutive Toolstation NCEL Division One victories came to a shuddering halt and joint manager Ashforth said Saturday’s victory at Selby Town and ten players taking part in a  read more→

Holmes hails vintage Glasshoughton display

Darren Holmes described Glasshoughton Welfare’s performance in the stunning 3-0 win over Campion as a vintage display that they need to bottle up and reproduce. Second-placed promotion-chasers Campion had been aiming to secure a tenth straight Toolstation NCEL Division One victory. But goals from Josh Vamplew, Ashley Bell and Mark Ferguson gave Welfare a memorable  read more→

Heavily injury-hit Nostell are not panicking – Dodsworth

Jason Dodsworth expects heavily injury-hit Nostell Miners Welfare to turn the corner soon after a difficult month. Nostell have suffered four consecutive defeats, three in Toolstation NCEL Division One and one in the FA Vase. It has meant they have dropped from a lofty position to tenth. But with three games-in-hand, Dodsworth expects the tide  read more→

Thornton has “great brain”, says Worsbrough boss Morris

Joe Thornton has a “great brain” and has been a major reason behind Worsbrough Bridge’s upturn in form, according to Lee Morris. Bridge endured a difficult start to the Toolstation NCEL Division One campaign, but results have improved since the Shaw Lane Aquaforce legend arrived from Handsworth and Morris claims the versatile player has been  read more→

Worsbrough were undone by long ball tactics – Morris

Lee Morris said Brigg Town’s successful use of long ball tactics was his Worsbrough Bridge side’s downfall in the 3-0 defeat at Park Road. A Reece Moody penalty after just 60 seconds put Worsbrough on the back-foot. The visitors slowed the game and then rode out a storm in the second half before a long  read more→