Ferriby hold title favourites Skegness

North Ferriby extended the gap between them and fifth-placed Campion to three points after holding Toolstation NCEL Division One title favourites Skegness Town to a 1-1 draw. Jason Field’s early goal was cancelled out by new Ferriby star Brody Robertson on the half-hour mark, earning his side a point. A goal-less draw was a fair  read more→

Fox’s Selby heroes secure impressive midweek away win

Christian Fox’s Selby Town heroes narrowly the gap on leaders Winterton Rangers to five points after a superb midweek 4-1 away win at Parkgate. With Parkgate shocking the league by winning at title favourites Skegness Town on Saturday, it could be argued that Selby’s victory is their most impressive of the Toolstation NCEL Division One  read more→

Walton cleared over Hemsworth tunnel rumpus

Star Liversedge striker Joe Walton has been cleared by the FA of all charges relating to the rumpus in the tunnel following his side’s 2-1 defeat at Hemsworth Miners Welfare back in November. Walton was involved in a tete-a-tete with the match officials outside their dressing room, seconds after he has been shown a red  read more→

Trophy hunting and unfinished business lured Hindley back

Unfinished business and a desire to win trophies persuaded Ryan Hindley to return to Hallam as joint manager with his old assistant and close friend Stephen Whitehead. Hindley, the man responsible for raising a ship-wrecked Hallam off the bottom of the Toolstation NCEL Division One table and then transforming them into perennial promotion candidates, recently  read more→

Glasshoughton believe in promotion dream – Holmes

Darren Holmes claims that if Glasshoughton Welfare win promotion it would rank as one of the biggest NCEL shocks in recent memory. An unexpected promotion would certainly eclipse Non League Yorkshire’s manager of the decade Craig Elliott’s achievements during his magical two years in charge at Leeds Road between 2010 and 2012. Elliott, now performing  read more→

Macorison steps down at Railway

Des Macorison’s reign at Harrogate Railway is over and his recently appointed assistant Mick O’Connell will take charge until the end of the season. Macorison, a former Railway player, has endured a torrid few months as his side have never recovered from the loss of star striker Joe Jagger to Brighouse Town, who offered him  read more→

Ex-official Holmes concerned by referee shortage crisis

Glasshoughton Welfare joint manager Darren Holmes says he is concerned by the referee shortage crisis that has gripped Toolstation NCEL Division One this season. Division One referee and assistant appointments have been constantly changing throughout the season and some games have only had a official appointed less than 24 hours before. The league have also  read more→

Stewart settles battle between Selby and Nostell

Carl Stewart’s second half winner for Selby Town catapulted Christian Fox’s promotion-chasing side up to third, keeping them on course to challenge Skegness Town and Winterton Rangers for the Toolstation NCEL Division One title. Stewart’s header in the 65th minute settled the 2-1 victory over Nostell Miners Welfare, who gave everything but came away with  read more→

Hilton’s Steels young guns march into play-offs

Chris Hilton’s Stocksbridge Park Steels young guns propelled themselves into BetVictor South East play-offs zone after extending their unbeaten run to five games with a 2-0 victory at Chasetown. Instead of the usual heroes Danny Frost and Scott Ruthven, Ross Goodwin and Kurtis Turner were the goal-scorers for Stocksbridge. Goodwin scored early and Turner sealed  read more→

Mixed day for Bell as Welfare draw with Hallam

Glasshoughton Welfare 1-1 Hallam Star Glasshoughton Welfare attacker Ashley Bell had a mixed day after scoring his side’s opener before harshly seeing red in the second half of the draw with Hallam. Bell gave promotion-chasing Glasshoughton a half-time lead, but shortly after Sam Fewkes had levelled for Hallam, he was shown a second yellow card  read more→