Steeton boss slams referee

West Riding County Cup  Roy Mason slammed referee Jamie Waters over the very controversial penalty decision which sent Steeton out of the West Riding County Cup. Waters awarded Brighouse Town a 55th minute for ‘a foul’ by defender Alistair Morgan on Alex King. Shiraz Khan converted the spot kick to secure a 2-1 win and  read more→

Rossington boss calls for big turnout for ‘biggest game ever’

Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup  Ben Hunter is calling on local people to turn out in force for the biggest game in Rossington Main’s history tomorrow night. Rossington are aiming to reach the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup Final for the first ever time but they face an almighty challenge in NPL Division One East  read more→

Steeton boss targets “huge upset”

West Riding County Cup  Roy Mason is challenging his Steeton players to make history by causing a “huge upset” in the West Riding County Cup quarter-final tie at Brighouse Town tonight. The match is one of the biggest in Steeton’s history and although his men are underdogs, Mason says they will head to Brighouse believing  read more→

Yorkshire Amateur want to finish season on high note – Sibson

NPL Division One East  Neil Sibson says Yorkshire Amateur plan to finish the season on a high note. The Ammers are up to ninth after two wins in three – which includes the outstanding defeat of previously unbeaten Liversedge – and Sibson is hopeful of a positive end to the campaign. “We have turned it  read more→

Selby in a good position in play-offs race – Fox

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Christian Fox says Selby Town have put themselves in a good position in the race for the play-offs. Selby were walloped 4-0 by rivals Harrogate Railway last weekend, brutally ending a run of seven wins and one draw. Fox – whose side head to Swallownest this afternoon – refused to be  read more→

Dodsworth hopeful Handsworth will finish in the top five

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division  Jason Dodsworth remains focussed on guiding Handsworth to a top five finish. Handsworth – who visit resurgent Penistone Church this weekend – are having a bad time having lost six of their last eight league fixtures. Dodsworth says he and Aiden Spowage are confident a turnaround in form will be forthcoming.  read more→

Hunter excited as Garforth reunion looms

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division  Knaresborough Town manager Rob Hunter looks back at his reign at Garforth Town with lots of pride ahead of a big reunion with old friends at Manse Lane tomorrow. The Knaresborough boss is still held regard in East Leeds because of his fine stint in the Garforth dugout. He joined the  read more→

No title talk as Railway prepare for biggest game in years

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Mick O’Connell insists title talk is off the agenda as Harrogate Railway prepare to go into battle in the club’s biggest game in years. In-form Railway welcome faltering contenders North Ferriby to Station View tomorrow and a win will throw the revitalised club right into the fight for top spot. The  read more→

Whitby chasing dream top five finish – Haslam

NPL Premier Division  Whitby Town joint manager Nathan Haslam says a top five finish and a play-offs spot would rank as a big success. Whitby are up there in sixth-place, competing with big guns such as South Shields, Buxton and leaders Matlock Town. The Seasiders have never finished higher than fourth in the NPL Premier  read more→