Stocksbridge beaten by Spennymoor

Chris Hilton was not “disheartened” as Stocksbridge Park Steels went down 5-0 to National North giants Spennymoor Town at Bracken Moor. The Steels actually flew out of the traps brilliantly and probably should have taken the lead in the opening gambits against a team two league higher. But a bizarre own goal (see tweet below)  read more→

Railway spoil Priestley’s Garforth homecoming

New-look Harrogate Railway fought back twice from two goals down to earn a 4-4 at Garforth Town and spoil Adam Priestley’s homecoming. Gibraltar International Priestley, in his first home game since his much-heralded return, had seemingly set Garforth on the road to a straight-forward victory with two early first half goals. However, Railway fought back  read more→

Ammers ease to victory at Glasshoughton

Glasshoughton Welfare 1-5 Yorkshire Amateur  Yorkshire Amateur continued their perfect start to pre-season with an easy victory at Glasshoughton Welfare. The promotion-chasing East Leeds outfit had all their stars out playing and goals from Niall Heaton, Harrison Blakey, Aiden Savory, Steve Crawford and Adam Field led them to victory. A peach of a strike from  read more→

Tough start for Rail boss Macorison

Eccleshill United 4-0 Harrogate Railway  Des Macorison was given a glimpse of the big task ahead after watching his side fall to defeat at Eccleshill United in his first friendly in charge of Harrogate Railway. But it was not all negative for the new Railway manager. Although they were two goals down after just five  read more→

Perks drives Welfare to victory

Striker Nathan Perks scored twice and missed a penalty as Glasshoughton Welfare won 2-1 against Rothwell Town in their opening friendly. The former Pontefract Collieries frontman looked sharp and struck in both halves for his local side. The only downer was the penalty fail which meant he was unable to add the match-ball to his  read more→

High-flying Worsbrough up to fourth

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Glasshoughton Welfare 1-3 Worsbrough Bridge Surprise-package Worsbrough Bridge are up to fourth after coming from behind to condemn Glasshoughton Welfare to another defeat. Lewis Pickering’s early strike was cancelled out by Jack Wilson, and young Bridge dynamos Jack Mawson and Liam went onto seal the victory for Lee Morris’ side. Glasshoughton  read more→

Cutting edge only piece missing from fine Nostell display

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Nostell Miners Welfare 0-0 Dronfield Town All that was missing from injury and suspension-hit Nostell Miners Welfare’s excellent display in the goal-less draw with Dronfield Town was a lack of cutting edge in front of goal. Nostell, without suspended regular goal-scorers Joe Wood and Jack Owen, controlled proceedings against Dronfield who  read more→

Worsbrough continue razor-sharp start

Toolstation NCEL Division One Worsbrough Bridge overtook last season’s points tally as Lee Morris’ side continued their razor sharp start with a 3-1 home win over Skegness Town. Liam Owen, one half of Barnsley’s second best Non League footballing brothers, hit a late goal to seal a win which keeps underdogs Worsbrough right behind big  read more→

Up to third! Onward, Christian’s Selby soldiers go

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Selby Town 3-1 FC Bolsover Selby Town are up to third, but Christian Fox’s men had a close shave with pointless FC Bolsover as it took two late goals from Liam Flanagan and Carl Stewart to secure a sixth straight win. Promotion-chasing Selby are now level on points with second-placed Grimsby  read more→

Late goals earn Parkgate win at Welfare

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Glasshoughton Welfare 0-2 Parkgate Two late goals returned Parkgate to winning ways and consigned Glasshoughton Welfare to a fourth defeat in five games. Despite having to defend well at times Welfare could have gone ahead early on, but second half goals from Haydn Ward and Bruno Holden was the difference between  read more→