Selby and Brid’s Wembley dreams on hold

Selby Town and Bridlington Town’s Wembley dreams have been put on hold…until next week. With record levels of rainfall hitting Selby over a sustained period, the club’s pitch remains waterlogged so the second round clash was postponed again on Tuesday night. The tie has been rearranged for next Tuesday and it is sure to be  read more→

Greaves and Knowles take caretaker charge of Ossett

Tom Greaves and James Knowles are to take caretaker control of Ossett United for at least three weeks while the club identity a long-term replacement for Andy Welsh. The club’s senior players were installed on Tuesday morning following the departure of Welsh on Sunday. Greaves was formerly the player/manager of FC United of Manchester so  read more→

Ammers face greatest test in FA Vase

Yorkshire Amateur face one of their greatest tests in their 100 year history after being handed a trip to 2012 and 2014 finalists West Auckland Town in the FA Vase third round. The Leeds-based side will aim to go further than ever before if they can pull off an upset and knock another Northern League  read more→

Ossett United boss Welsh resigns

Andy Welsh has resigned at Ossett United after 18 months in charge at Ingfield. Ossett have had a difficult start to the BetVictor North West campaign having recorded just one league win and he leaves after the late home defeat to Kendal Town. Ossett’s statement said: “Ossett United have tonight accepted the resignation of first  read more→

Horbury jumps off treatment table to return ‘home’

Andy Horbury has been given the all-clear to return to action and he will be back playing at his spiritual home Glasshoughton Welfare. The striker cheered his team from the terraces during the Toolstation NCEL Division One victory over Harrogate Railway after sealing his returning to Glasshoughton Welfare. Horbury, who has injury-hit spells with Nostell  read more→

Morris back to help Railway

Mike Morris, a throwback from the great Billy Miller era, has returned to Harrogate Railway. Morris has been back several times over the years and he made another ‘debut’ for Railway in the controversial 2-1 defeat at Glasshoughton Welfare. He was exceptional in defence for them, but unfortunately Des Macorison’s were unable to get at  read more→

Magic man Dale joins North Ferriby

Selby Town have waved a fond farewell to magic man Joe Dale who has joined Toolstation NCEL Division One promotion rivals North Ferriby. The move is logical as Ferriby is closer to Dale’s East Yorkshire base. It brings a memorable two years with Selby to an end. The magical attacker was synonymous with Selby’s success  read more→

Leach makes Garforth return

Right-back Sam Leach has rejoined Garforth Town after two years away at Hemsworth Miners Welfare. Leach is new Garforth manager Paul Marshall’s fourth signing since taking charge a few weeks ago. Leach originally signed for Garforth in the summer of 2016 after impressing in open trials and he became an integral part of their side  read more→

Axcell steps up to replace Mason

Assistant boss Louis Axcell is the manager of Maltby Main for the rest of the season after the club parted company with Scott Mason. Mason’s two-year reign came to an end following the 3-0 defeat to Bottesford Town on Saturday in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division. He will be best remembered for guiding Maltby to  read more→

Cable extends loan, while Holmes joins

Exciting young forward Sam Cable has extended his Pickering Town loan spell to another month, while young midfielder Elliott Holmes has also joined the Pikes. Cable, on loan from Frickley Athletic, has set the world alight at Pickering since arriving – showing the kind of form he displayed during his glory period at Selby Town  read more→