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New manager at Moorlands

26th November, 2015

Lincoln Moorlands Railway have announced that Tom Richardson is the new manager of their Toolstation NCEL Division One side following the departure of Mick Fairweather last week.

28-year-old Richardson, who was previous manager at Dunkirk, comes with a wealth of experience at non-league level.

Tom has asked previous trainer Phil Skayman to help run the side and will also be bringing in Chris Hamilton as player/assistant manager, a physio and a kit man.

President Brian Stanton said: "This is very exciting news.

"This season has been a struggle on and off the pitch and we have full respect with the previous management team but we fully recognised the work they put in and the reasons for leaving.

"Now is the time for all to pull together."

Tom has a Level 2 coaching badge and is currently working on his UEFA B licence and is looking forward to his first game on Saturday at Selby Town to try and move the team up the league and avoid relegation.

Secretary Mark Hodds added: "We had several people apply for the position once Mick Fairweather had resigned and Tom was the best of the lot by a long way and the committee have given the full backing to Tom who is confident we can get out of the position we are currently in.

"I wish Mick and Darren all the best for the future as they put so much work into the team."

Moorlands Railway want to also thank Matt Wilson for his hard work taking over the team whilst under this process.

(Story Source: Lincoln Moorlands Railway)

New team kit sponsorship for Moors

24th July, 2015

Lincoln Moorlands Railway have announced that Aquatech are their new main sponsor for the upcoming Toolstation Northern Counties East Football League season.

The Division One side have also unveiled Frontier Agriculture as the short sponsor and Football Stuff as the teamwear supplier.

Aquatech are owned by the manager of the club's reserve side, Paul Martyn, who was very keen to ensure that the passion he is putting into the on-field efforts is matched by his off-field commitment.

The deal, for both the first team and the reserves, also includes full tracksuits and polo shirts.

Secretary Mark Hodds said: "We are delighted that Aqautech have chosen to sponsor us for this season. This sort of sponsorship is hard to find nowadays.

"We'd like to thank Paul for his support and look forward to a successful season both on and off the field for Paul's side and the first team too.

"We are emphasising the vision we have here at Moorlands of one club and the feel of a Moorlands family. Both teams will be given the exact same kit and training wear to ensure continuity throughout the club.

"The club would like to place on record their appreciation of the support to the new sponsors and would like to extend the thank you to all its existing sponsors."

(Story Source: Lincoln Moorlands Railway)

Tables

NCEL Premier Division P Pts +/-
P 1 Tadcaster Albion 42 98 69
2 Handsworth Parr 42 94 60
3 Cleethorpes Town 42 84 59
4 Worksop Town 42 83 58
5 Bridlington Town 42 79 29
6 Pickering Town 42 77 25
7 Maltby Main 42 68 8
8 Staveley MW 42 66 14
9 Rainworth MW 42 63 17
10 Barton Town Old Boys 42 62 15
11 Albion Sports 42 59 3
12 Thackley 42 59 -4
13 Clipstone 42 55 15
14 Liversedge 42 48 -32
15 Retford United 42 45 -30
16 Garforth Town 42 43 -25
17 Parkgate 42 42 -35
18 Athersley Rec 42 42 -41
19 Armthorpe Welfare 42 40 -37
R 20 Pontefract Collieries 42 39 -50
R 21 Brigg Town 42 37 -54
R 22 Nostell MW 42 26 -64
NCEL Division One P Pts +/-
P 1 Hemsworth MW 40 98 79
P 2 AFC Mansfield 40 86 58
P 3 Bottesford Town 40 82 44
4 AFC Emley 40 77 82
5 Penistone Church 40 75 40
6 Hallam 40 72 44
7 Shirebrook Town 40 69 30
8 Knaresborough 40 64 22
R 9 Hull United (-18) 40 58 31
10 Selby Town 40 57 0
11 Yorkshire Amateur 40 56 -11
12 Westella VIP 40 53 7
13 Eccleshill United 40 48 -4
14 Teversal 40 45 -28
15 Dronfield Town 40 43 -21
16 Glasshoughton Welfare 40 37 -39
17 Hall Road Rangers 40 32 -46
18 Winterton Rangers 40 32 -58
19 Grimsby Borough 40 32 -68
20 Rossington Main 40 26 -60
21 Worsbrough Bridge 40 15 -102

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