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Non League news from Saturday, May 27, 2017

- Evo Stik Division One NorthSam Akeroyd has joined Tadcaster AlbionFrickley Athletic captain Sam Akeroyd has become the third new face at Tadcaster Albion.The former Garforth Town and Ossett Town midfielder arrives for the beginning of the Mike Morton and Simon Collins era at the i2i Sports Stadium.“I’m hugely excited to be part of a club that is looking to progress and continuously develop,” Akero

- Toolstation NCEL Premier Division Ryan Hindley has left Hallam and taken over at Worksop TownWorksop Town have delighted their supporters by appointing fans’ favourite Ryan Hindley as their new manager.He leaves Hallam after almost two years in charge at Sandygate. He is credited with lifting Hallam from abyss and turning them into promotion contenders. One of his assistants at Hallam – Stephen Wh

- Evo Stik Division One NorthNeil Bennett is Ossett Albion’s new goalkeeping coachOssett Albion have announced that one of their greatest goalkeepers and another former player have joined their coaching staff.Neil Bennett, the Albion goalkeeper for a lot of the Eric Gilchrist glory years, and Rob Tonks will be helping Richard Tracey and his assistant Luke Potter next season.Tonks retired from playin

- Toolstation NCEL Division OnePontefract Collieries managerial duo Craig Parry and Craig Rouse with Vaughan RedfordPromoted Pontefract Collieries have made their first marquee signing of the summer with the capture of Liversedge striker Vaughan Redford.The prolific forward has been a major part of Liversedge’s two solid campaigns under Jonathan Rimmington.His older brother Warren used to play for t

- Evo Stik Division One NorthPerennial hero Danny Frost has left Ossett Town and joined Tadcaster Albion. Picture: Mark GledhillTadcaster Albion have made a coup signing after enticing perennial hero Danny Frost away from Ossett Town.Frost was massively influential for Ossett, ever since Grant Black took over a doomed club in February 2015. His goals pushed them out of relegation danger and he was k

Non League news from Friday, May 26, 2017

- Toolstation NCEL Premier Division Nick Guest is leaving Hemsworth for MansfieldHemsworth Miners Welfare’s prodigal son Nick Guest is going to be playing for AFC Mansfield next season.It is sad news for Hemsworth’s fans, who have lost their top goal-scorer, as well as Yorkshire Non League Football fans as one of its most talented Yorkshire-based players has crossed the border.Guest returned to Fitz

- Toolstation NCEL Division OneSwallownest have finally promotion to the Toolstation Northern Counties East League, it has been confirmed.The Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior League side have been trying to gain entry into Division One for years.Their elevation is a massive reward for the club’s hierarchy who have done everything to ensure they met the sufficient ground grading.Humber Premier League s

- Vanarama National League club Hartlepool United have appointed Craig Harrison as their new manager as they look to secure an immediate return to the Football League.The former Middlesbrough defender leaves his role as manager of Dafabet Welsh Premier League club The New Saints to take over at the Northern Gas and Power Stadium.During his time in Wales, Harrison has led The New Saints to six succes

- Ryman League Premier Division Enfield Town have appointed Andy Leese and Darren Purse to succeed Brad Quinton and Andy Porter as their new managerial team.Leese stepped down from his role as Chesham United in March, after spending over ten years at the club.During that time he led the club to the Southern League Premier Division and to two FA Cup runs that led them to the "proper rounds" of the co

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