Ex-Shaw Lane and Rec star Bennett earns Wombwell a point

S&HCSL League Cup Round-Up  Former Shaw Lane and Athersley Rec star Lee Bennett took full advantage of a gift to earn ten man Wombwell Town a deserved point in the GROUP A 1-1 stale-mate at Dodworth Miners Welfare. For the second week running though, Karl Rose’s Wombwell’s start was disastrous as Premier Division giants Dodworth  read more→

Shortland the last gasp hero for Ferriby

Joel Shortland sparked euphoric scenes as his late winner sent North Ferriby into the last 32 of the FA Vase ‘for the second time in four months’. The 87th minute goal ensured Ferriby beat Seaham Red Star 1-0 in East Yorkshire in the behind closed doors third round replay – played because Ferriby accidentally fielded  read more→

Denaby boss hails off-field progress

Denaby Main manager Dean Cooper has hailed the club’s officials and volunteers who are transforming their Tickhill Square home. The ground is where former NCEL side Denaby United played their football and older followers of Non League will remember floodlights and two stands. Those old features have gone, but out of the ashes a new  read more→

Memory of Beddy drives North Gawber on

North Gawber manager Dave Simms says the memory of founder and first team manager Nicholas Bedford is the driving force for his players when they step out onto the field. Mr Bedford built up North Gawber into a strong Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League club and had developed the junior section as well. He  read more→

Seeing happy faces is ultimate prize for Wombwell boss Simon

Seeing happy faces again is the ultimate prize for Wombwell Main supremo Terry Simon during the Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League’s League Cup campaign. Simon has won plenty of titles during his long managerial career, but the definition of success for him in the next month is different to normal. The fact he wasn’t  read more→

Mental health of spectators ignored – Dodworth chief

The mental health of grassroots football spectators has been ignored in the latest guidance for Step 7 football, according to Dodworth Miners Welfare chief Darren Young. The FA have confirmed the DCMS rules for crowds and it states that only matches on public parks can have spectators until at least the 17th May or unless  read more→

Yorkshire Trophy start date moved

Brighouse Town still hope the Yorkshire Trophy tournament will go ahead and they have moved the start-date to May. But a substantial number of clubs – Ossett United, Eccleshill United, Silsden, Thackley, Steeton, Garforth Town and Emley – have dropped out due to the uncertainty over spectators. The original plan was to start the tournament  read more→

Tadcaster’s Milne retires from playing

Long-serving Tadcaster Albion defender Andy Milne has retired from playing due to work commitments and a recurrence of the ankle problem. Milne has been with Tadcaster throughout all their success in the past seven years. Originally signed by Paul Marshall in 2014, Milne was a key cog in the side that reached the FA Vase  read more→

Ossett add Smith to coaching staff

Former Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday defender Mark Smith has joined Wayne Benn’s coaching staff at Ossett United. During a 17-year career between 1977 and 1994, Smith also played for Plymouth Argyle and Chesterfield on a permanent basis. After retiring he entered the coaching world and served the likes of Chesterfield, Wednesday, Lincoln City and Notts  read more→