Knaresborough were “brilliant” – Stansfield

Paul Stansfield described Knaresborough Town’s display in the 1-1 draw with Garforth Town as “brilliant”. Knaresborough recovered from a poor start to score their first goal of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division season in the match at Manse Lane.  Town fully deserved their equaliser from Luke Harrop midway through the second half and the only  read more→

Early goals concern joint boss Ashforth

Campion’s run of conceding early goals does concern joint manager Lee Ashforth. For the third Toolstation NCEL Division One game running, the Bradford-based outfit conceded in the opening exchanges. in the Harrogate Railway and Brigg Town matches, Campion turned around the deficit(s) to draw, but against Nostell Miners Welfare they were beaten 4-1. “Barring the  read more→

Dodsworth gives up big thumbs up after Nostell victory

Jason Dodsworth was impressed with how clinical his Nostell Miners Welfare side were in the 4-1 triumph over Campion. Goals from Danny Edwards (2), Brad Kilburn and Jack Owen eased Nostell to back-to-back Toolstation NCEL Division One victories. “I’m really pleased with the performance and I thought the lads were fantastic,” joint manager Dodsworth told  read more→

Priestley back for Garforth, but may not start

Gibraltar International Adam Priestley is back to wreak havoc, but he might not walk straight into the Garforth Town starting eleven, Rob Hunter has said. Marquee summer signing Priestley is yet to make a competitive appearance for Garforth since returning because of a holiday, but he’s back for the big local derby with ambitious Yorkshire  read more→

Hunter hails Garforth heroes for going beyond limits

Rob Hunter hailed his heroic Garforth Town players for going beyond limits to pull off the FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round replay upset against Northern League giants Shildon. Curtly Martin-Wyatt hit the winner 20 minutes from time in the 3-2 victory after Sean Hunter had twice pulled the Miners level.  It was some effort from  read more→

Dale ready to make Welfare quake in their boots

Magic man Joe Dale is available again for Selby Town and ready to make Glasshoughton Welfare defenders quake in their boots on Tuesday night. Dale and fellow key player Chris Bilton are leading local cricketers so cannot play on Saturdays until the beginning of September. But they are available for selection for midweek fixtures and  read more→

Selby deserved three points – Fox

Christian Fox believed Selby Town fully “deserved” their Toolstation NCEL Division One 3-2 victory over Dronfield Town. The Robins secured their first win of the new campaign, despite surrendering a two-goal-lead at the Fairfax Plant Hire Stadium. A big element of controversy shrouded Liam Flanagan’s late winner as the penalty awarded in the build-up should  read more→

Campion making big strides – Mitchell

Campion’s status as a leading Toolstation NCEL Division One club underlines the progress made in three years, according to assistant manager Marcus Mitchell. The Bradford-based side are ticking off their latest milestone today when they visit City of Liverpool for the club’s first ever FA Cup tie. Campion joined the NCEL in 2016 from the  read more→

Gloom lifted as Railway set benchmark – Macorison

Des Macorison says Harrogate Railway have laid a solid platform to build on after the Toolstation NCEL Division One opening day 1-1 draw with Campion. Railway were just minutes away from beating last season’s runners-up at Station View until Andy McCreadie equalised.  It was a cruel finish for Railway, whose performance was one of their  read more→