Dodsworth gives up big thumbs up after Nostell victory

Jason Dodsworth was impressed with how clinical his Nostell Miners Welfare side were in the 4-1 triumph over Campion. Goals from Danny Edwards (2), Brad Kilburn and Jack Owen eased Nostell to back-to-back Toolstation NCEL Division One victories. “I’m really pleased with the performance and I thought the lads were fantastic,” joint manager Dodsworth told  read more→

Edwards stars as Nostell ease past Campion

Nostell Miners Welfare 4-1 Campion  Two goals from rising star Danny Edwards set Nostell Miners Welfare on their way to a relatively easy victory over injury-ravaged Campion at Crofton Community Centre. The youngster hit two in the first half – one early on and another on the half-hour mark to put Nostell back in front  read more→

Horbury scores on debut as Albion hit eight

Striker Andy Horbury struck gold during his Albion Sports debut in the 8-1 win at Athersley Rec. The former Glasshoughton man made the move to Albion from Toolstation NCEL Division One side Nostell Miners Welfare this week after struggling to break into their starting eleven. Horbury got Albion’s eighth. It was Albion’s first win of  read more→

Woodhouse makes signing on eve of season

Tadcaster Albion manager Curtis Woodhouse has landed striker Jonathan Margetts on the eve of the new BetVictor North West season. The striker has plenty of experience having played for the likes of Gainsborough Trinity, Tranmere Rovers, Lincoln City, Boston United and Matlock Town. He is available for the season opener with Trafford at the i2i  read more→

Priestley back for Garforth, but may not start

Gibraltar International Adam Priestley is back to wreak havoc, but he might not walk straight into the Garforth Town starting eleven, Rob Hunter has said. Marquee summer signing Priestley is yet to make a competitive appearance for Garforth since returning because of a holiday, but he’s back for the big local derby with ambitious Yorkshire  read more→

Ossett loaned Staunton from Bradford

Up-and-coming Bradford City defender Reece Staunton, the club’s youngest ever player, has joined Ossett United on loan. The then-15-year-old set a new club record when he came off the bench in a Checkatrade Trophy defeat to Rotherham at Valley Parade in 2017. The capture follows up the work experience signing of Andrew Ijiwole from Huddersfield  read more→

Frickley take Doncaster pair on loan

Cody Prior and Rian McLean have joined Frickley Athletic on an initial one month loan. Prior is a midfielder, while McLean is a defender. Frickley manager Craig Spink said: “I have been to watch the lads the past couple of weeks and they are both very good footballers with a desire to progress in the  read more→

Ossett sign Terriers youngster on work experience

Ossett United have signed Huddersfield Town youngster Andrew Ijiwole on work experience. The midfielder arrives just in time for the BetVictor North West opener with Mossley at Ingfield tomorrow. The winger moved up from London in 2018 to join the Terriers’ youth system. Most of his time with Huddersfield has been with the under 17s,  read more→

Ten man Railway hold on for first win

Harrogate Railway won for the first time under new manager Des Macorison after holding onto a 2-1 lead at Armthorpe Welfare with ten men for an hour. It has certainly been a positive start for Macorison as the Rail’ have four points from two Toolstation NCEL Division One games. Having taken an early lead from  read more→

Yorkshire Amateur sign title-winning striker

Ambitious Yorkshire Amateur have captured title-winning Worksop Town striker Matthew Sykes. Sykes was available following his shock departure from Worksop earlier this week for “personal reasons”. Sykes won the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division title in April, scoring 26 times in the process, and the Ammers will be hoping the forward can help lead them to  read more→