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All change at Langwith Road

25th April, 2017

Shirebrook Town's preparations for the 2017/18 Toolstation NCEL season are already underway with the appointment of a new management team, chairman and general manager.

Just two days after their final game of the current campaign, the Langwith Road side announced on Monday evening that Rob Camm has taken over in the dugout, assisted by Jamie Allan and Gavin Saxby.

Camm, who is a former Shirebrook player, told the club's website that he is "hungry and ambitious" to deliver success to a club that he has a "real love" for.

He added: "The club, myself, Jamie and Sax all share the same beliefs in what is best for the club going forward.

"Going forward as a team, we will do everything to build the club on and off the pitch and bring stability back to Shirebrook Town.

"We hope the community will get behind what we are looking to achieve and in doing so return the club to one of the best and most vocally supported teams in the area.

"We look forward to welcoming new and returning faces as we embark on this new adventure."

Allan, who most recently was in the backroom staff at neighbours Ollerton Town, said: "I see it as an exciting challenge and an opportunity to re-invigorate the club after an inconsistent two years.

"This club has huge potential and a great fan base and, if we can get it right on the pitch, we know we will get the support.

"One thing we can promise is that whatever team we turn out will work hard and have pride in playing for us and the club."

And, Saxby returns to the club where he made 98 appearances to become player/coach, adding: "I am delighted to be back at the club and really looking forward to the challenge of helping put the foundations in place to help build a club and team that the town will get fully behind, and get us moving in the right direction once again."

The announcement came as two more appointments were made behind the scenes with Cliff Richard Thomas unveiled as the club's new chairman.

He replaces Aimee Radford and he paid tribute to his predecessor, saying: "She has been at the club for many years and has worked hard to progress it forward.

"Aimee has taken the decision to step down - I'm sure with an heavy heart.

"I have today been acknowledged as the club's new chairman and will work tirelessly to continue Aimee's great work and bring to the club my knowledge and connections to push it further on, helping it realise its potential and embracing once again the community of Shirebrook."

And, Kev Chappell has returned to the club to become its new general manager, telling the club's website: "I was asked by Aimee to return to the club in recent weeks.

"I have done most jobs at Shirebrook Town in the past and it's great to be home again.

"My aim is simple to return to the good times and bring some smiling faces back to the club."

(Story Source: Shirebrook Town)

Colley leaves Shirebrook

16th April, 2017

Toolstation NCEL Division One side Shirebrook Town have parted company with their manager Karl Colley.

The news was announced on the club's website the day before Saturday's 1-0 loss at neighbours Teversal.

A statement from the Langwith Road outfit's chairman Aimee Radford said: "Shirebrook couldn't give Colley the continued support he needed to progress into next season and thought it was the right time to relieve Karl of his duties with immediate effect.

"The club would like to thank Karl for his time he had with the club and wish him all the best for the future."

(Story Source: Shirebrook Town)

Chairperson needed at Shirebrook

2nd March, 2017

Shirebrook Town are looking to appoint a new chairperson at the Toolstation NCEL Division One club.

The Langwith Road outfit are looking for the right person to take the helm and, whilst experience is not essential, good football knowledge and good business practice is required.

All applicants are asked to contact Aimee Radford on 07983 809608 or at aimeeradford@yahoo.co.uk.

(Story Source: Shirebrook Town)

Newell takes Shirebrook physio role

2nd February, 2017

Shirebrook Town have announced that they have appointed John Newell as their new club physio.

In a statement, the Toolstation NCEL Division One side said: "John has been in the game over 28 years and past clubs include Sutton Town, Dunkirk, Hucknall Town, Rainworth Miners Welfare and, more recently, Staveley Miners Welfare.

"All at Shirebrook welcome John to the club who will start his role on Saturday 4th February, 2017, at home versus Nostell Miners Welfare."

(Story Source: Shirebrook Town)

Physio required at Shirebrook

1st February, 2017

Toolstation NCEL Division One side Shirebrook Town are in need of a physio for home and away matches.

Anyone interested or wanting more information is asked to contact Aimee Radford on 07983 809608 or at aimeeradford@yahoo.co.uk.

(Story Source: Shirebrook Town)

New physio needed at Shirebrook

13th October, 2016

Shirebrook Town are on the search for a Qualified/Registered Physiotherapist or a Qualified First Aider with knowledge of sports injuries to attend both home and away matches for their Toolstation NCEL Division One side.

Expenses will be made available for the role.

All applicants should contact secretary Aimee Radford on 07983 809608 or by email at aimeeradford@yahoo.co.uk.

Alternatively, they can contact manager Karl Colley on 07866 168599.

(Story Source: Shirebrook Town)

Colley becomes Shirebrook boss

12th October, 2016

Shirebrook Town have announced that Karl Colley has become the new manager of the Toolstation NCEL Division One side.

The news came after Tuesday night's 1-1 home draw with Hall Road Rangers left the Langwith Road outfit in the bottom two of the table and without a win in nine games in all competitions.

He replaces Rob Poulter - who began the season as assistant to Russ Eagle before his departure - and Craig Denton with Shirebrook wishing the pair well for the future.

Colley told the club's website: "I am delighted to be taking my first steps into management with Shirebrook.

"I will bring back passion and desire and will make the team hard to beat.

"I aim to make Shirebrook a fortress and get them back where they belong - fighting for promotion."

Colley's first game in charge will be the local derby at home to Ollerton Town on Saturday.

(Story Source: Shirebrook Town)


NCEL Premier Division P Pts +/-
P Cleethorpes Town 42 108 99
2 Pickering Town 42 97 72
3 Bridlington Town 42 88 53
4 Handsworth Parramore 42 83 75
5 Thackley 42 78 35
6 Staveley Miners Welfare 42 69 36
7 AFC Mansfield 42 66 24
8 Albion Sports 42 66 1
9 Hemsworth Miners Welfare 42 65 12
10 Athersley Recreation 42 62 -8
11 Liversedge 42 59 26
12 Bottesford Town 42 56 -1
13 Worksop Town 42 55 -6
14 Maltby Main 42 54 -16
15 Garforth Town 42 53 -19
16 Clipstone 42 49 -22
17 Parkgate 42 41 -30
18 Rainworth Miners Welfare 42 38 -36
19 Harrogate Railway Athletic 42 38 -70
20 Barton Town Old Boys 42 34 -75
R Armthorpe Welfare 42 24 -68
R Retford United (-3) 42 24 -82
NCEL Division One P Pts +/-
P Hall Road Rangers 42 96 62
P Pontefract Collieries 42 95 75
3 AFC Emley 42 95 72
4 Grimsby Borough 42 89 46
5 Hallam 42 82 59
P Penistone Church 42 82 38
7 Knaresborough Town 42 70 19
8 Campion 42 68 28
9 Eccleshill United 42 66 15
10 Selby Town 42 61 -2
11 Glasshoughton Welfare 42 59 9
12 Winterton Rangers 42 59 8
13 Yorkshire Amateur 42 53 -4
14 Brigg Town 42 49 -42
15 Rossington Main 42 45 -17
16 Teversal 42 45 -27
17 Ollerton Town 42 43 -29
18 Shirebrook Town 42 39 -47
19 Dronfield Town 42 35 -44
20 Worsbrough Bridge Athletic 42 35 -75
R Westella & Willerby 42 27 -59
22 Nostell Miners Welfare 42 15 -85

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