Knaresborough knock out holders Farsley

West Riding County Cup High-flying Knaresborough Town knocked the holders Farsley Celtic out in the second round after a 4-2 penalty shootout victory. After two years of domination from Farsley, there will be a new name on the trophy after Knaresborough held their nerve to beat the Evo Stik Premier Division side. Paul Stansfield’s men  read more→

Welfare defeated after kick off time debacle

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Glasshoughton Welfare 0-1 Harworth Colliery Glasshoughton Welfare fans trudged off home disappointed at the ridiculous time of 10.10pm after Joshua Davies’ first half goal earned Harworth their victory. Ryan Ferguson’s red card deep into injury-time compounded the defeat, against one of the league’s struggling sides. Ferguson will now miss the trip to Christian Fox’s  read more→

Penistone continue charge for top spot

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division Penistone Church remain hot on the heels of leaders Yorkshire Amateur after a 4-0 victory over Handsworth Parramore. Jordan Coduri, Sam Scrivens (2) and Nathan Keightley as Church secured a third straight victory. Penistone do have a game-in-hand on the Ammers which would take them top on goal-difference. Eccleshill United fell  read more→

Ammers demolish Bottesford to stay top

Toolstation NCEL Premier Division Ambitious Yorkshire Amateur blew away Bottesford Town in the easy 4-0 victory at Bracken Edge. The table-toppers remain three points ahead of Penistone Church, who themselves are in great form. Two goals from Ash Flynn and solitary strikes from Fernando Moke and Callum Charlton guided the Ammers to the three points.  read more→

Fox’s Selby light up Town with extravaganza

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Selby Town 5-1 East Yorkshire Carnegie Sam Cable and Carl Stewart scored twice as Selby Town produced a marvellous spectacle of football to defeat former manager Leon Sewell’s East Yorkshire Carnegie. Fireworks were going off right, left and centre as jubilant Selby fans left the ground. However, earlier, their heroes had  read more→

Parry’s history-makers ease past Cleethorpes

Evo Stik East Pontefract Collieries cruised to a 3-0 victory over old NCEL adversary Cleethorpes Town at Beechnut Lane. The result heaped more misery on former FA Vase finalists and basement side Cleethorpes and secured the Colls their first win in six league matches. Craig Parry’s history-makers flew out with blocks with Mikey Dunn netting  read more→

Rhodes is late hero for Steels…again

Evo Stik East Ben Rhodes sent Chris Hilton jumping for joy after scoring another last minute for Stocksbridge Park Steels. Youngster Rhodes, who was the hero in the late victory over Carlton in September, tapped home in the final minute of Stocksbridge’s much-needed solitary goal win over Wisbech Town. The dramatic goal was the final  read more→

Morris and Hirst lead Bridge to much-needed win

Toolstation NCEL Division One Early goals from player/manager Lee Morris and Kieran Hirst guided Worsbrough Bridge to their first league win in five attempts. The Barnsley-based outfit won 2-1 at Ryan Hindley’s Rossington Main to move above Glasshoughton Welfare and stay within three points of Christian Fox’s Selby Town. Morris and former Parkgate striker Hirst  read more→

Welfare defeated at Swallownest

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Swallownest 2-1 Glasshoughton Welfare  Glasshoughton Welfare put in their worst display of the season as their four match unbeaten league run came to an end at Swallownest. Poor defending allowed the home side to secure their first home victory of the season in windy conditions and on a bumpy pitch. However  read more→

Stewart’s penalty earns Selby an ugly win

Toolstation NCEL Division One  Selby Town 1-0 Swallownest  Carl Stewart’s second half penalty secured a second consecutive league victory for Selby Town, who move above Glasshoughton Welfare into fifth. Selby made hard work of their win, one of the ugliest of Christian Fox’s swash-buckling tenure. Swallownest caused the odd problem in the first half, but  read more→