Carmody dancing in streets of Selby after cup win

Mike Carmody will have a spring in his step as he walks down Selby Town centre this morning after guiding Armthorpe Welfare to a 5-3 win over Selby Town in the West Riding County Cup first round. Armthorpe will now face Farsley Celtic in the second round, which contains sides like Barnoldswick Town, Pontefract Collieries  read more→

Hunter parts ways with Garforth

Rob Hunter has left Garforth Town after three years in charge at the East Leeds club. The sad news was announced on Wednesday night. Hunter replaced Adrian Costello in May 2016 and successfully rebuilt the team. Costello had inherited a difficult situation and he stabilised the club before leaving for the FA. Hunter then took  read more→

Lovell is leading man on all fronts

Brett Lovell has been crowned Non League Yorkshire’s September player of the month, a day after being man of the match in Penistone Church’s 1-1 draw with Hemsworth Miners Welfare. Lovell was outstanding in the end-to-end clash with their promotion rivals. It could have either way in a match that saw Hemsworth take a first  read more→

Campion red hot and exciting as they go fourth

Red hot Campion catapulted themselves into fourth place in the Toolstation NCEL Division One table with a sixth straight league win – a 4-1 success at home to Armthorpe Welfare. Lee Ashforth and James Bicknell’s exciting side have overcome an injury-hit start to the season to be flying high at the beginning of October. The  read more→

Riley swaps ‘Sedge for Railway

Highly-rated winger Brad Riley made his Harrogate Railway debut in the 3-2 defeat to Worsbrough Bridge on Tuesday night. Riley has swapped Liversedge for Railway, who are managed by Des Macorison. Riley was a very sought-after at one stage during his spells with Frickley Athletic, Ossett Town and Brighouse Town, but a serious injury has  read more→

Wordsworth hits winner as Railway suffer gut-wrenching defeat

Kyle Wordsworth hit the winner as Worsbrough Bridge came from behind twice to win 3-2 at Harrogate Railway in a game lucky to go ahead because of the wet weather. It was a gut-wrenching defeat in soggy conditions for Des Macorison and his Railway side who were so close to victory until Adam Jordan was  read more→

Parkin set to entertain fans

Former Barnsley and York City striker Jon Parkin will be entertaining the masses at Bradford (Park Avenue) on Friday. Parkin will begin his laugh out loud routine at 8pm in the Horsfall Stadium clubhouse. Readers of his autobiography ‘Feed the Beast’ and listeners to the brilliant Undrthecosh podcast will know that he has plenty of  read more→

Avenue re-appoint Bower

Bradford (Park Avenue) have persuaded Mark Bower to return as manager, six months after he left the club by mutual consent. The reappointment completes six months of utter chaos at Horsfall Stadium which began with the exit of Bower. Rookie Garry Thompson replaced him, but was gone after the first two National North matches of  read more→

Vote for your September NLY player of the month

Non League Yorkshire’s September Player of the Month vote is now open. A select group of six players has been chosen rom Yorkshire clubs in our covered leagues in the BetVictor and Toolstation NCEL. Voting closes on Saturday 5th October at 11.59pm.

Leon gets two as Campion get fifth straight league win

Leon Hurles-Brook was on the scoresheet twice in the first half as Campion cruised to a fifth straight Toolstation NCEL Division One success with the 5-0 win at East Hull. Andrew Watts was in charge of Hull for the final time as he prepares to become assistant to Dean Windass who is at the helm  read more→