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Dinnington Resign from NCEL

27th April, 2014

The Management Board of the Toolstation Northern Counties East Football League has sadly accepted a resignation notice from member club Dinnington Town.

In this resignation, Dinnington Town agreed to finish the playing season which they duly have done.

As a result of this, Dinnington Town will be placed in the bottom position of Division One for relegation purposes as defined in the Regulations for the Operation of the National League System rule 5.4 (i) although the club has indicated that they will cease to operate as a club upon completion of this season's fixtures.

This, therefore, means that Appleby Frodingham and Louth Town will move up one position for relegation purposes to 21st and 20th respectively.

There will be no further comment from the Toolstation Northern Counties East League on this matter until such time as The Football Association Leagues Committee have agreed a provisional League constitution for season 2014/15.

Phoenix Park Vandalised Again

20th April, 2014

Dinnington Town manager Steve Toyne returned to Phoenix Park on Saturday after a narrow defeat against Louth Town to find the ground had been vandalised again.

Both nets have been slashed and removed, recently purchased bins had been set on fire and junior size goals that had been stored behind the stands have been smashed into tiny pieces and shards of the plastic pushed into the pitch all over the goal mouth.

Further more seating in the stands have again been smashed, this time beyond repair, and it is now a race against time to ensure they can stage the final game of the season against Knaresborough Town this coming Saturday. The League have been informed of the situation.

Toyne said: "I really donít know how much more the club or I can take.

"We work so hard to provide a club with no sponsors or any backing and we keep getting knock backs like this. Itís now getting to a point where we say thatís it, no more.

"People give so much but we are getting nothing in return. We need help now and we need it fast.Ďí

South Yorkshire Police have been informed of the incident and a spokesperson said: "We have a few ideas who is behind this and, through further investigations, we hope to be knocking on a few doors in the near future.

"The Ground is now going to be subject to regular patrols and anyone caught will be dealt with. We empathise with the club and will do all we can on this matter."

Further information regarding Dinnington's upcoming game on Saturday will be announced in due course.

(Story Source: Dinnington Town)

450 Up for Cartledge

18th March, 2014

Dinnington Town striker Liam Cartledge is set to reach a remarkable milestone in their Toolstation NCEL Division One match at Hallam tonight.

His appearance in the encounter will be his 450th for the club he's represented since 2000, save for a couple of years at Retford United, and he will looking to add to his goals tally of 277 scored in the Central Midlands League and the NCEL.

A club spokesman told us: "Over the years he has played in every position, has always given 100% and this season he has made memorable appearances at left-back and even in goal.

"He is a likeable lad both on and off the pitch and is well respected by opposition fans and players alike.

"let's hope he adds a few more goals and appearances before this season is over.

"From all associated with Dinnington Town we would like to say a huge congratulations on this milestone."

(Story Source: Dinnington Town)

Blades to Visit Phoenix Park

30th September, 2013

Dinnington Town have announced that Sky Bet League One side Sheffield United will be sending a team to Phoenix Park next week.

The game was originally a pre-season friendly but commitments by both sides meant the game had to be put on hold.

A statement from the club, announcing the game, said: "As it turns out, the game now comes at a time when Town need your support and extra revenue from a bumper crowd.

"As things stand, Town are struggling financially both on and off the field - with lower attendances and lack of any major sponsorship this season is a real struggle.

"With other clubs being able to attract players by the offer of good money, this is not an option at Dinnington Town so we have to rely on the loyalty and commitment of our squad.

"So, please come out and give us your support on the night and help keep this club going, or if any companies wish to sponsor the club or the match please do not hesitate to contact us. The club needs you."

The game will be played on Tuesday 8th October, ko 7:45pm.

Meanwhile, Dinnington's trip to Stocksbridge Park Steels in the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup will take place on the following evening, Wednesday 9th October, ko 7:45pm.

(Story Source: Dinnington Town)

Tables

NCEL Premier Division P Pts +/-
P 1 Brighouse TownBrighouse Town 44 101 88
2 Barton Town Old BoysBarton Town Old Boys 44 93 72
3 Tadcaster AlbionTadcaster Albion (-4) 44 93 68
4 Worksop ParramoreWorksop Parramore 44 92 52
5 Basford UnitedBasford United 44 84 40
6 Albion SportsAlbion Sports 44 80 32
7 Pickering TownPickering Town 44 79 48
8 Heanor TownHeanor Town 44 77 32
9 Retford UnitedRetford United 44 76 43
10 Athersley RecreationAthersley Rec 44 76 30
11 Long Eaton UnitedLong Eaton United 44 72 13
12 Bridlington TownBridlington Town 44 71 18
13 ThackleyThackley 44 70 9
14 Garforth TownGarforth Town 44 64 15
15 Maltby MainMaltby Main (-12) 44 48 1
16 Glasshoughton WelfareGlasshoughton Welf 44 48 -39
17 Staveley Miners WelfareStaveley MW (-1) 44 44 -19
18 Armthorpe WelfareArmthorpe Welfare 44 40 -38
19 ParkgateParkgate 44 39 -29
20 LiversedgeLiversedge 44 36 -57
21 Nostell Miners WelfareNostell MW 44 22 -88
R 22 Winterton RangersWinterton Rangers 44 21 -104
R 23 Lincoln Moorlands RailwayLincoln Moorlands 44 8 -187
NCEL Division One P Pts +/-
P 1 Cleethorpes TownCleethorpes Town 42 91 54
P 2 Shaw Lane AquaforceShaw Lane 42 87 80
3 Bottesford TownBottesford Town 42 84 58
4 Eccleshill UnitedEccleshill United 42 81 43
5 Shirebrook TownShirebrook Town 42 76 44
6 Knaresborough TownKnaresborough 42 76 40
7 ClipstoneClipstone 42 76 25
8 AFC EmleyAFC Emley 42 74 20
9 Pontefract CollieriesPontefract Colls 42 73 38
10 Worsbrough Bridge AthleticWorsbrough Bridge 42 73 32
11 Hall Road RangersHall Road Rangers 42 58 5
12 Selby TownSelby Town (-3) 42 57 -9
13 Rossington MainRossington Main 42 57 -24
14 Dronfield TownDronfield Town 42 51 -14
15 TeversalTeversal 42 50 -15
16 Grimsby BoroughGrimsby Borough (-3) 42 46 -25
17 Hemsworth Miners WelfareHemsworth MW 42 45 -18
R 18 Dinnington TownDinnington Town 42 40 -52
19 Yorkshire AmateurYorkshire Amateur 42 38 -40
20 HallamHallam 42 29 -41
21 Louth TownLouth Town 42 20 -87
R 22 Appleby FrodinghamApp Frodingham 42 13 -114

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