Nostell are back on the map – Houghton

Toolstation NCEL Division One Simon Houghton admits that his Jason Dodsworth’s vision to transform the fortunes of Nostell Miners Welfare has gone almost exactly to plan. Houghton and fellow joint manager Dodsworth are celebrating their first anniversary of their much-heralded appointments to the Crofton Community Centre hot-seats. The pair arrived to huge fanfare, whilst outlining an  read more→

How I Manage: Selby boss Christian Fox

You may have recently read our ‘A day in the life of a Non League manager – Christian Fox’. Now we probe deeper into the mind of the ambitious Selby Town boss who is tipped to be a future York City manager. We ask him about his coaching career, philosophies and management styles and how  read more→

Welfare have to be proud of start – Holmes

Toolstation NCEL Division One Darren Holmes says Glasshoughton Welfare have to be really proud of the way they have started the season after climbing to fifth. Saturday’s cruise-control 3-0 win over Shirebrook Town was their fourth straight league victory and Holmes, who wants his and Lee Vigars’ side to improve on last season’s sixth-placed finish,  read more→

A day in the life of a Non League manager: Christian Fox

Selby Town manager and Messiah Christian Fox is one of the brightest managerial prospects in the NCEL. Non League Yorkshire spent the whole of Saturday with him to gain an insight into how he has helped turn Selby into a thriving community asset. Non League Yorkshire has previously published similar articles about one of Harrogate  read more→

Bridge have had reality check – Morris

Toolstation NCEL Division One Lee Morris admits Worsbrough Bridge’s recent slump in form has been a wake-up call for his players. Surprise package Worsbrough flew out of the blocks like a Crash Bandicoot and were joint top at one point.  However, his side have only won one out of their last four league games. Morris  read more→

Fox lauds Selby heroes Clamp and co

Toolstation NCEL Division One Christian Fox lauded Selby Town’s hero Charlie Clamp and his team-mates after their persistence paid off in the dramatic stoppage time victory at fellow high-flyers Winterton Rangers. Fox described Clamp’s 30-yard volley – the 95th minute winner in the 2-1 victory – as “outrageous”, but whilst delighted with three points, the  read more→

Ex-Garforth boss Costello living the dream

Non League Yorkshire has interviewed countless managers in the past five years and developed many excellent face-to-face relationships. Now we hear from a blast from the past. Former Garforth Town chief Adrian Costello is living the dream.  He is the manager of Ytterhogdal IK, a full-time fourth tier Swedish side and he’s already defying the  read more→

“Magical” Superheroes project gets Lottery funding

The South Yorkshire Superheroes have received major backing from the National Lottery Awards for All grants scheme for a project described as “magical”. NLY Community Sport, the organisation that runs the Superheroes, has received £8,130 from the National Lottery to grow Disability Football in Barnsley for children with disabilities and learning difficulties.  The not-for-profit organisation  read more→

Morris hails Bridge’s remarkable progress

Toolstation NCEL Division One Lee Morris admits it is remarkable how well Worsbrough Bridge have started the season considering where the club was 12 months ago. Morris, appointed last October, has overseen an incredible opening eight games which have seen Bridge win six of them and occupy third in the table – form not since  read more→

Race loving life as Maltby chairman

Maltby Main are attempting to break a world record for the number of dogs at a Non League match next week when title-chasing Pontefract Collieries visit. One hundred dogs is the target, on a day that could see Maltby clinch their highest placed league position since the 1980s. Achieving both aims would round off an  read more→