: Teams : Garforth Town : News : Season 2006/07
HomeTeamsPremier DivisionGarforth Town

Garforth Town

Change Club:

Season 2006/07

Change Season:

11th December, 2006

Groundsman Role Up For Grabs At Garforth

Garforth Town Football Club are now looking for a new Groundsman to start work with the club in the New Year following the departure of Richard Cale.

According to the club's website: "Due to new work commitments, Richard was finding it hard to make time to attend to the pitch as much as he would have liked and thought it would be better to pass the job on to someone with more time to give the pitch the attention it needs.

"Garforth would like to take this opportunity to thank Richard for all his hard work through the years on improving the pitch."

Meanwhile, Garforth Town Captain Brett Renshaw told the website: "The pitch keeps getting better and better each season.

"Richard Cale and other volunteers have done a great job, and we will be sad to see Richard go."

For details on how to apply, please check out Garforth Town's website by clicking the link below.

(Story Source: Garforth Town)

5th November, 2006

St Juste Back With Garforth

Ex-Southampton left-winger Jason St Juste has returned to Garforth to help the club in their push for promotion.

Boss Simon Clifford, who took him to St Mary's during his brief spell at the south coast club, has brought him back to the Genix Healthcare Stadium saying the youngster never got the chance he deserved.

Speaking to Garforth Town's official club website, he said: "I took him to Southampton because potentially he is a Championship or Premiership player.

"But, for the minute, after what has happened I am not going to let anyone treat him unfairly again, and so he is happy, he is back with me and we will have a think and decide what he does next.

"He is only 21 and has all the potential in the world but some of the clubs that have an interest in him in Yorkshire, the Bradfords and Huddersfields, I firmly believe he could do a bit better."

(Story Source: Garforth Town)

26th September, 2006

Skipper Signs New Deal

Garforth Town club captain Brett Renshaw has signed a three year contract to keep him at The Genix Healthcare Stadium until June 2009.

Manager Simon Clifford told the club's official website: "It's great news that Brett has agreed a new contract.

"As Club Captain he is key to the future of this team, he can see where the Club is going and he wants to play a pivotal role in our future."
Renshaw added: "I am delighted to be signing a new deal.

"I've always said that I want to be part of this Club both now and into the future.

"I'm looking forward to restarting my the season shortly and leading the team up into Unibond football."

After his recent broken foot, Brett is now on the road to recovery after coming out of plaster last week.

He'll be back in training in October and looking to re-start his season shortly after.

(Story Source: Garforth Town)

15th August, 2006

New Sponsors For Garforth

Garforth Town AFC have secured a lucrative 3-year club sponsorship deal with Genix Healthcare Ltd.

They are a flourishing and expanding dental company with clinics throughout the UK.

They replace Indigo Print as the main shirt sponsor and the ground is being re-named The Genix Healthcare Stadium.

Chris Sharman, Business Development Manager at Garforth Town AFC said: "The deal is fantastic news for all involved at the Club.

"The next three years will see major developments within both organisations and this partnership will enable us to aid each other in successfully achieving these."

This is echoed by Mrs. Katrina Hardy, Operations Manager of Genix Healthcare: "We share similar beliefs and values in helping local communities throughout the UK.

"Simon Clifford and Garforth Town AFC have an exciting vision for the future to develop football across communities in the UK.

"Similarly here at Genix Healthcare, we aim to make dentistry accessible and affordable to different communities.

"This is why we have chosen Garforth Town AFC for a long term partnership deal."

Genix Healthcare Limited owns and operates a chain of dental practices that provide a high standard of NHS and private dentistry in the UK.

The official sponsorship launch will take place at Garforth's home game against Glasshoughton Welfare on Saturday 2nd September.

Miss Chi Wong, Marketing Assistant of Genix Healthcare commented: "This will be a great way to kick-start our partnership with Garforth Town and to promote our flagship dental clinic at 54 Main Street in Garforth.

"Patients from the clinic, their families and all other locals are invited to attend the game and celebrate the start of our 3-year deal, offering a chance to meet the Genix Healthcare staff at the home game on Saturday 2nd September and have a chat about dentistry or football."

(Story Source: Garforth Town)

3rd August, 2006

Pitch Renovation Gets Player Praises

Last Saturday saw the first game on Garforth Town's newly renovated pitch.

Head Groundsman Rich Cale and a team of volunteers at the Club have spent the summer getting the pitch ready for the new season.

Over ?5,000 has been spent on the rotivation of compacted areas, new top-soil, re-seeding of the whole pitch, specialist feeding, new goals, nets and much more.

Club Captain Brett Renshaw commented after the team's match against Ossett Town: "The pitch is looking in great condition.

"Considering the lack of rain this summer and the poor condition the pitch ended up in at the back end of last season, Richard and the team have worked miracles."

Newly-appointed General Manager Chris Sharman said: "A big focus for me and the team when I came in to post was the pitch.

"With Simon's desire to play quality football and gain promotion this season, we had to make sure there was good investment in the pitch to ensure the team can play attractive and flowing football as the fans both deserve and expect."

(Story Source: Garforth Town)

30th July, 2006

Brazil Star Wows Them At Garforth

It really is like watching Brazil at Garforth Town these days, according to World Cup-winning legend Carlos Alberto.

The victorious 1970 captain, who scored one of the all-time great goals in the Mexico final, has followed compatriots Socrates and Careca in throwing his support behind the NCEL club owned by Brazilian Soccer Schools guru Simon Clifford.

Alberto, 62, coached the Miners on Tuesday and was in the dugout for yesterday's 3-1 defeat to Ossett Albion.

He told The Non-League Paper: "I've spent a beautiful week here, working with the Brazilian Soccer School kids and the Garforth players.

"I should have flown home on Friday, but wanted to stay and see that they have taken what I have coached into the match.

"There are differences between the English and Brazilian players, but I like the level I have seen over here.

"I have tried to pass on the experiences I have had in football, and they have impressed me greatly."

(Story Source: The Non-League Paper)

Final League Tables

Season 2006/07
NCEL Prem PPts+/-
1Retford United388255
3Carlton Town387342
4Garforth Town387039
5Selby Town386926
7Mickleover Spts38638
8Sutton Town385618
9Pickering Town38567
10Maltby Main3852-2
11Long Eaton Utd3851-3
13Armthorpe Welf3848-1
15Arnold Town3845-11
17Eccleshill United3839-42
19Shirebrook Town3830-35
20Brodsworth Welf3810-103

NCEL Div One PPts+/-
2Winterton Rgrs327152
3Sth Normanton326542
4Nostell Miners W325725
5Lincoln Mrlnds325621
6Staveley MW32517
7Tadcaster Albion32496
9Dinnington Town32436
10Hall Road Rgrs3243-3
11Borrowash Vics3237-14
12Pontefract Colls3237-26
13AFC Emley3234-22
14Gedling Town3231-18
16Yorkshire Amtr3222-73
17Rossington Main3216-62