East Yorkshire Carnegie have become the latest Toolstation NCEL club to be hit by mindless vandalism.
The Division One side's joyful mood following Saturday's 3-1 victory at Selby Town was destroyed when they discovered on Sunday morning that fences and barriers had been damaged at their Dene Park Sports Club home.
They announced the sad news on Twitter as they were trying to come to terms with what they had found.
It is the second successive weekend that one of our sides has suffered vandalism after Clipstone had their clubhouse broken into.
In a show of non-league unity, clubs rallied around to help the Cobras with local Football League side Mansfield Town bringing a strong side for a fundraising friendly to the Worksop Van Hire stadium later this month.
New Toolstation NCEL side are seeking a club and matchday secretary as the prepare for their first ever season in the league.
Those interested in either of the roles must ideally have an interest in football and flexible whilst they will need to be computer literate and be able to work weekends.
The main requirements for each post are as follows:
Match Day Secretary:
Confirmation of game, colours and sending club information and squad list;
Sending game information;
Updating programme information with publisher;
Hospitality list of people for gate;
Meet and greet officials.
Dealing with all club officials;
Using the Whole Game System;
Dealing with disciplinary matters;
Liaise with local FA for Safe Guarding, insurances and affiliations.
The wage for each role is negotiable and full training will be given to the suitable candidate.
Anyone wanting more information or to apply is asked to use the club's contact form on their website - click here to go there