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Trio of clubs retain management after excellent campaigns

6th May, 2022

Rossington Main, North Ferriby and Barton Town have all announced that they will be keeping their management teams for the 2022/23 Toolstation NCEL season.

Rossington, who finished fifth in Division One that is their highest ever position, have retained the services of manager Ben Hunter and his assistant Matt Ellison.

Hunter told the club's website: "I am delighted that Matt and I have been able to extend our stay in our respective roles. It remains an exciting project for us leading this football club.

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank the committee for their continued support - and, of course, all the players and all our support team for their hard work."

Rossington chairman Daniel Linstrum added: "Myself and the committee are absolutely thrilled to have retained the services of both Ben and Matt and I know they have had great offers from elsewhere.

"But, I'm delighted to finally get this done and we now begin on the next phase of our project.

"In addition, Ben has agreed to join the club's committee to lend his support to the football club in shaping its future footballing decisions and will work closely with Dave Burley, our director of football."

North Ferriby have further celebrated their promotion to the Premier Division with the news that manager Chris Bolder and his assistant Paul Robson have both signed new contracts extending their stay with the Villagers.

Chairman Les Hare commented: "Chris and Paul have done incredibly well since the day they were appointed.

"One can't underestimate the enormity of their challenge to create a new team from scratch and then go on and win promotion in their first full season in such a hugely competitive league.

"I'm delighted to have two highly qualified and talented coaches at the helm.

"They not only conduct themselves impeccably, they instil those same high standards in the players they recruit."

And, Barton Town have retained their management team of Nathan Jarman, Danny North and Tom Nicholson (pictured).

The Swans lifted the Toolstation NCEL League Cup for the first time this week in a season that also saw them reach their highest league position in seven years and break a club record by reaching the Buildbase FA Vase Third Round.

Jarman said: “We, as a management team, are absolutely delighted to stay and build on the successes of this past season.

"It’s been a great year with lots of positives and we will strive to go even further next season."

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