Pearce’s first goal helps Leeds United to edge out Barnsley

Paul Heckingbottom got one over his former club as the head coach saw his Leeds United team beat Barnsley 2-1 at sunny Elland Road.

Frickley Athletic

Frickley clinch place in play-offs

Frickley Athletic are assured of at least a play-off place after picking up the four points they needed to clinch a top six spot in the Evo-Stik South.

Scorer: Hemsworth MW's Lloyd Henderson.

Top five finish is in reach for Hemsworth MW

Hemsworth MW remain on target for their highest ever finish in the Toolstation NCE League after a fifth straight victory.

Tyler Walton takes on a Basford United player during Frickley Athletic's game against the Evo-Stik South leaders. Picture: Onion Bag Photos

Walton sets four star Frickley on way to win

Frickley Athletic showed no ill effects from their tough match with Evo-Stik South leaders Basford United two days earlier as they saw off Carlton Town 4-0 at home on Monday.

Bailey Peacock-Farrell stands large to save a shot from Aston Villa's Lewis Grabban. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Leeds United’s poor away run continues at Aston Villa

Leeds United’s travelling fans suffered more misery as their side failed to score in going down to another defeat in front of the Sky Cameras at Aston Villa.

Hat-trick: Nash Connolly.

Connolly bags hat-trick as Hemsworth MW hit goal trail

Hemsworth MW climbed into the top six in the Toolstation NCE Premier Division when they banged in the goals again in a home game with Worksop Town on Tuesday night.

Gavin Allott, who has contributed 24 goals for Frickley Athletic this season. Picture: Onion Bag Photos

Frickley are top of goal charts

With their 6-0 win at Belper Town on Saturday, Frickley Athletic moved to the top of the table for highest goals per game ratio in Steps 1-4 of the non-league football pyramid.

Jacob Hazel celebrates his hat-trick against Belper Town with the match ball and his Frickley Athletic team-mates. Picture: Onion Bag Photos

Hazel sets goal record as Frickley win repeat game

Frickley Athletic cranked the pressure up on their promotion rivals as they headed back to Spalding United on Tuesday night to play the Evo-Stik South game that was abandoned when they were winning 2-0 last month.

Caleb Ekuban reacts after missing a chance for Leeds United at Preston. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Patched up Leeds United lose on travels again at Preston

Depleted Leeds United suffered another defeat on their travels as they came away from Preston North End with a 3-1 defeat.

Pablo Hernandez shoots to score Leeds United's goal against Sunderland. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Berardi sees red as Leeds United draw with Sunderland in Elland Road thriller

Leeds United were left still looking for a first home win over Sunderland since 2002 after being held at home by the Championship’s bottom team in an incident-packed game at Elland Road.

Frickley Athletic, set for a tough five games in 10 days.

Testing 10 days ahead for Frickley

APRIL is shaping up to be a testing month for Frickley Athletic as they complete the run-in that they hope will ultimately lead to promotion back in to the top flight of the Evo-Stik League.

Chris Ovington, who scored two goals for Hemsworth MW against Rainworth MW.

Ovington at the double as Hemsworth MW impress

After being without a game last Saturday despite still having at least 10 left to play this season, Hemsworth MW were pleased to be back into action on Tuesday night when at home to Rainworth MW in the Toolstation NCE Premier Division.

Caleb Ekuban battles for the ball with Fulham's Ryan Fredericks. PIC: James Hardisty

Away day blues continue for Leeds United at Fulham

Leeds United’s search for a first away win of 2018 goes on after they were beaten 2-0 by promotion hopefuls Fulham at Craven Cottage.

Caleb Ekuban celebrates his goal against Bolton with Leeds United team-mates. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Ekuban sets Leeds United on way to win in front of huge Elland Road crowd

Despite missing a host of chances Leeds United were back to winning ways with a 2-1 success against Bolton Wanderers in front of a season’s best crowd at Elland Road.

Kellingley Welfare's Kyle Fish.

Kellingley out of luck despite brave effort against title chasers

Kellingley Welfare pushed title favourites Otley Town all the way in a physical encounter and were unlucky to go down 3-2 in their West Yorkshire Division Two game.

Tyler Walton with Frickley Athletic manager Spencer Fearn.

Frickley’s promotion boost

Frickley Athletic revived their hopes of finishing in one of the automatic promotion spots in the Evo-Stik South when they won away from home while rivals Alvechurch slipped up.

Bradley Dockerty.

Hemsworth MW bounce back in 11-goal thriller

After going down 3-1 at Penistone Church last Saturday, Hemsworth MW bounced back to end a run of four Toolstation NCE League defeats in an incredible match at home to Staveley MW on Tuesday night.

Frickley Athletic's Tom Dugdale.

Dugdale is spot on as Frickley win through to cup semi-final

Holders Frickley Athletic progressed to another Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup semi-final when they beat NCE League club Swallownest on Tuesday night.

Richard Collier, on target for Hemsworth MW against Yorkshire Amateur.

Hemsworth MW march into last eight of NCE League Cup

Hemsworth MW won through to the last eight of the NCE League Cup with an impressive display in an away tie at Yorkshire Amateur on Tuesday night.

Frickley Athletic manager Spencer Fearn.

Frickley manager Fearn praises team effort

Frickley Athletic manager Spencer Fearn was full of praise for the team effort on and off the pitch that brought about a 5-3 win over Lincoln United in atrocious conditions.

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