Ex-Eccleshill boss Regan is new ‘Sedge number two

Former Eccleshill United boss Sean Regan has returned to Liversedge to become the club’s new assistant manager. The highly-regarded A-Licensed coach was previously the the manager of ‘Sedge a decade ago and he makes his way back on the week his old protege Paul Walker re-signed for the club. Regan managed ‘Sedge during the 2009/10  read more→

Walker heads ‘home’ to Super ‘Sedge who secure coup signing

Liversedge have pulled off a real coup as Farsley Celtic attacker Paul Walker to return ‘home’. Walker first came on the Non League scene under Sean Regan at ‘Sedge before catching the eye of then-NPL outfit Garforth Town. Walker then went onto become one of the best West Yorkshire-based Non League players of the decade  read more→

Star striker Frost edges closer to Steels comeback

Star striker Danny Frost, one of the best Step 4 and 5 forwards to come out of Barnsley in the past ten years, is extremely close to his eagerly-anticipated Stocksbridge Park Steels return. It is great timing as Stocksbridge prepare for an assault on the BetVictor South East top places over the next few months.  read more→

Man United ‘keeper returns after injury to Hall

Manchester United goalkeeper Jacob Carney has returned to Stocksbridge Park Steels on loan again after Chris Hilton’s men lost Ed Hall to long-term injury. Hall is facing another spell on the side-lines after devastatingly tearing his meniscus in the victory over Ilkeston. Hall had only just worked so hard to come back from injury. Carney,  read more→

Avenue programme fair this Sunday

Bradford (Park Avenue) are holding a programme and badge fair on Sunday in the social club at Horsfall Stadium. Six or seven dealers will be present. It runs from 10am until 1pm – admission is a pound for adults, while children go free. Refreshments will be available.

Kelly returns to Scarborough as manager

Darren Kelly is back at Scarborough Athletic after becoming their new manager. His first game in charge will be the big local derby with Whitby Town on Saturday. The former Oldham Athletic, FC Halifax Town and Hyde United boss replaces John Deacey who was axed 24 hours ago after a poor run of form. Kelly,  read more→

Deacey exits Scarborough after poor run

John Deacey has left Scarborough Athletic after a poor run of form. Scarborough, who had hopes of mounting a promotion bid, are stranded in the bottom half of the BetVictor Premier Division table. Supporters have been calling for his departure for a number of weeks, and the defeat at Witton Albion has led to his  read more→

Benn leaves Hemsworth for Ossett

Wayne Benn has stood down at Hemsworth Miners Welfare after seven historic seasons to become the new manager of Ossett United. Benn has overseen unprecedented success at Hemsworth after leading them from the bottom of the Toolstation NCEL Division One to being contenders for a place in the BetVictor North West. Luke Danville and Steven  read more→

Hunter named Welfare assistant

Club favourite Gaz Hunter has been named as the new assistant manager of Glasshoughton Welfare. Hunter, who is out with a long-term injury, returns from Worsbrough to fill a vacancy that was created when Richard Tracey became the manager of Emley AFC in May. Hunter has had two playing spells with Glasshoughton. He originally joined  read more→

Debacle as Ferriby game abandoned in 92nd minute

Victory was snatched out of the hands of North Ferriby as their trip to Ollerton Town turned into a debacle as the Toolstation NCEL Division One clash was abandoned in the 92nd minute. Ferriby were leading 3-1 when the floodlights went out, bringing an end to proceedings. The result will surely stand as 90 minutes  read more→