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Nostell help youngster fulfil sporting dream

20th February, 2018

Nostell Miners Welfare secretary Granville Marshall and player Wayne Ball have handed over a cheque to a local youngster to help him take part in an international football tournament later this year.

Callum Deary, who plays for the club's disability football team, is one of fifteen selected for the Mencap GB squad for the European Championships that takes place in Geneva, Switzerland, in May.

The 19-year-old was presented with the £150 donation on-the-pitch prior to Nostell’s 4-1 Toolstation NCEL Division One win over Selby Town on Friday night.

Callum still needs to raise a little bit more for his trip but he is confident that the final total will be hit by the end of the week when the disability team hold a fundraising event.

It has been a whirlwind few months for the youngster who, until last September, had never played for a team before and simply played football in either his garden or in his street.

He has also been nominated for the Disability Sport Yorkshire Sportsman of the Year award with the winner announced at a ceremony at Leeds United's Elland Road stadium in March.

NLY Community Sport coaches Connor Rollinson and James Grayson, who are in charge of the Nostell team, are throughly delighted with the news.

Connor said: “Myself and James are over the moon. We have only been going five months and we have another major achievement on the books.

“Callum should be really proud of himself. Getting in the Mencap GB team was one thing, but to be nominated for a regional award is just as good. He’s now going to a prestigious venue where there will be well-known faces, to potentially collect an award.

“For someone not actively playing organised football five months ago, that is quite some achievement.

“Callum’s achievements send out a clear message about the kind of opportunities available.”

(Story Source: Non-League Yorkshire)

New joint managers at Nostell

27th November, 2017

Nostell Miners Welfare have appointed Simon Houghton and Jason Dodsworth as their new joint managers after Des Hazel stepped down for personal reasons.

Their first game in charge will be Saturday's home clash with Toolstation NCEL Division One leaders Knaresborough Town as the pair look to guide the side out of the bottom three of the table.

Houghton has had success in managerial positions in the NCEL at Pontefract Collieries, Glasshoughton Welfare and Athersley Recreation whilst Dodsworth had a number of roles in the dugout also at Athersley.

Nostell chairman Kevin Allsop told Non League Yorkshire: "I’m absolutely delighted to confirm Simon and Jason as our new managers.

"I think it is a real statement of intent from ourselves because they are two very proven NCEL managers.

"Simon has done a brilliant job at everywhere he has been, while Jason has won countless trophies with Athersley.

"Their ability to attract quality players is second to none and that is a key reason why we have chosen to appoint them.

"Everyone I have spoken to speaks very highly of them."

Allsop also paid tribute to Hazel who was in charge at the Crofton Community Centre for five months, saying: "Des leaves with his head held high and he should be proud of what he has achieved with very limited resources.

"He has restored pride in the club with the team’s performances so far this season.

"He has given Simon and Jason an excellent platform to build from."

(Story Source: Non-League Yorkshire)

Tables

NCEL Premier Division P Pts +/-
P 1 Pontefract CollieriesPontefract Colls 42 102 96
P 2 Pickering TownPickering Town 42 96 75
P 3 AFC MansfieldAFC Mansfield 42 96 67
4 Handsworth ParramoreHandsworth Parr 42 85 43
5 Maltby MainMaltby Main 42 75 31
6 Hemsworth Miners WelfareHemsworth MW 42 72 27
7 Penistone ChurchPenistone Church 42 72 27
8 Bottesford TownBottesford Town 42 69 9
9 Bridlington TownBridlington Town 42 64 21
R 10 Rainworth Miners WelfareRainworth MW 42 63 -5
11 LiversedgeLiversedge 42 57 3
12 Barton TownBarton Town (-1) 42 55 -12
13 Garforth TownGarforth Town 42 52 -29
14 Albion SportsAlbion Sports 42 48 -8
15 ThackleyThackley 42 47 -9
16 Staveley Miners WelfareStaveley MW 42 47 -31
17 Athersley RecreationAthersley Rec 42 46 -23
18 Worksop TownWorksop Town 42 46 -26
19 Hall Road RangersHall Road Rangers (-12) 42 43 -1
20 Harrogate Railway AthleticHarrogate RA 42 31 -62
R 21 ParkgateParkgate 42 26 -58
R 22 ClipstoneClipstone 42 2 -135
NCEL Division One P Pts +/-
P 1 Knaresborough TownKnaresborough 42 100 61
P 2 Yorkshire AmateurYorkshire Amateur 42 88 77
3 Grimsby BoroughGrimsby Borough 42 85 57
P 4 Eccleshill UnitedEccleshill United 42 85 48
5 Shirebrook TownShirebrook Town 42 81 31
6 Glasshoughton WelfareGlasshoughton Welf 42 77 31
7 Selby TownSelby Town 42 75 34
8 HallamHallam 42 73 42
9 CampionCampion 42 73 30
10 Winterton RangersWinterton Rangers 42 61 2
11 SwallownestSwallownest 42 58 -11
12 AFC EmleyAFC Emley 42 57 -5
13 Rossington MainRossington Main 42 53 -14
14 Dronfield TownDronfield Town 42 52 -13
15 Ollerton TownOllerton Town 42 47 -24
16 Armthorpe WelfareArmthorpe Welfare 42 46 -25
17 Nostell Miners WelfareNostell MW 42 40 -36
18 East Yorkshire CarnegieEast Yorks Carnegie 42 34 -34
19 Worsbrough Bridge AthleticWorsbrough Bridge 42 33 -48
20 FC BolsoverFC Bolsover (-6) 42 30 -76
R 21 Brigg TownBrigg Town 42 29 -54
R 22 Retford UnitedRetford United 42 24 -73

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