Penistone reserves chief plans to blood next generation

Steve Lenthall plans to blood some of the next generation of Penistone Church youngsters during the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League Cup campaign.  The Church reserves chief will watch his side return to action in the behind closed doors Group D clash with South Kirkby Colliery at the Memorial Ground. Battles with Terry Simon’s  read more→

Lay-off could help Ecclesfield at Swinton – Griffin

Matt Griffin hopes the long lay-off will present Ecclesfield Red Rose 1915 with a golden opportunity to end Swinton Athletic’s two year County Senior unbeaten run. The Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League’s post lockdown League Cup competition kicks off tomorrow behind closed doors and the top clash in Group C sees Ecclesfield face a  read more→

Wombwell Town are a force for good in the community – Rose

Karl Rose is immensely proud of how he and his volunteers have established Wombwell Town as a force for good in the community.  The very successful former Frickley Athletic and Goole AFC manager stepped away from the Non League game in 2018 to form Wombwell and three years on they are flourishing on-and-off-the-field. Promotion from  read more→

Nick Hey’s Non League Journey

We have another 1990s throwback with our latest Non League Journey with Nick Hey who long-term Bradford (Park Avenue) and Guiseley supporters will remember. Guiseley supporters will certainly have seen his name in the past few months as his young son Lewis has signed a contract with the club after breaking into the first team  read more→

Robin Hood boss expects cup to give vital boost to everyone

Robin Hood Athletic manager Mathew Wright felt it was imperative the West Yorkshire League created a cup competition for their member clubs after the hard winter lockdown. Wright expects Hood to be competing in a league-style cup with 11 or 12 of the Premier Division teams playing each other once, starting on April 10th. Apart  read more→

Phil Sharpe’s Non League Journey

We have a real blockbuster for this week’s Non League Journey in former Non League striker and manager Phil Sharpe.  One-time record breaker Sharpe had a career some players can only dream of. He played in the Football League for Halifax Town and even on the continent for three years which proved to be a  read more→

Jas Colliver’s Non League Journey

Former Belper Town and Stocksbridge Park Steels player Jas Colliver can list a long line of achievements from his career.  He won cups and played with three of the greats – Chris Waddle, Neil Redfearn and Jamie Vardy. Colliver, whose management career has so far seen him manage Staveley Miners Welfare, Clipstone, Sheffield FC and  read more→

Nightingale has one club vision for Swallownest

Alex Nightingale hopes his one club vision will deliver success to Swallownest in the coming years. Former Worksop Town and Clipstone striker Nightingale, the permanent successor to Jordan Stocks, lives “30 seconds” from Swallownest’s ground and was brought up in the area so he is more than determined to create a prosperous future.  Nightingale took  read more→