Armthorpe pair commit futures

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division  Relegated Armthorpe Welfare’s Manager’s Player of the Year, Chris Gowen, and the Players’ Player of the Year, Josh Gibbons, have both committed to remaining with the club for next season. The pair have agreed to stay, despite the club’s relegation to Division One. Mike Carmody said: ”Its tremendously positive news that  read more→

Dempsey and Dean join Scarborough

Evo Stik Division One North Scarborough Athletic have added midfielders Luke Dean and Matt Dempsey to their side as they prepare for the new season. Dean joins from Bradford (Park Avenue) in the National League North. The 26-year-old started his career at Bradford City and progressed through the youth ranks at the Bantams before joining Harrogate  read more→

Former boss Adams returns to Maltby

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division The man who discovered Jamie Vardy has returned to Maltby Main as the club’s new director of football. Steve Adams, who most recently was the manager of Parkgate for three years until late last year, has been persuaded to take up the post at Muglet Lane. His vast experience will be  read more→

Maltby name Hall as new manager

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division Former Glapwell and Bolsover manager Jordan Hall has taken charge of Maltby Main, ending the two-week search for Spencer Fearn’s replacement. Hall enjoyed a very successful period at the helm of Glapwell in the Central Midlands League over 12 months ago. He recently resigned from CML champions Bolsover. As a player  read more→

Sellars agrees to extend Tad stay

Evo Stik Division One North Conor Sellars is staying at Tadcaster Albion under the new regime of Mike Morton and Simon Collins. He is the third player to commit to Tadcaster since Billy Miller resigned and Morton and Collins were appointed as his successors. “Having spoken to Mikey and Si and all connected at Tadcaster  read more→

Ammers need Development team boss

Toolstation NCEL Division One Yorkshire Amateur are looking for a new manager for their title-winning Development Team. During their first campaign in the Lancashire League, the Ammers cantered to the East Division title. The brains behind the success, Neil Sibson, has now moved up to help Phil Harding run the first team. Applicants need to  read more→

Record-breaker Simpson rewarded

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division Garforth Town’s record-breaker Mark Simpson was rewarded with three awards for this efforts during a landmark campaign. Simpson’s 30 league goals is a new Garforth club record, just like when he scored in ten successive Garforth matches earlier in the season. The exciting striker went home with supporters’ player of the  read more→

Worsbrough trio win awards

Toolstation NCEL Division One Worsbrough Bridge trio Matt Pinder, Mitchell Wilshire and captain Connor Rollinson were presented with awards at the club’s presentation night. Young Pinder winning the clubman of the year was fitting. Against many odds, Pinder battled back to play in the final game of the season, months after being diagnosed with the Guillain Barre  read more→

Glasshoughton’s Poskitt wins two awards

Toolstation NCEL Division One Ryan Poskitt took the committee player of the year and players’ player of the year trophies home from Glasshoughton Welfare’s presentation night. The experienced attacker was a huge figure in a solid first season in charge for Darren Holmes and Lee Vigars. During February and March he was in stunning form,  read more→

Gay is Ossett Town’s double winner

Evo Stik Division One North Towering centre-back Tyrone Gay was a double winner at Ossett Town’s presentation night. The awards ensured deserved recognition for the defender, who was also named in the league’s team of the year. Because of the fact they reached the play-off final it must have been one of the hardest awards’  read more→