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Thompson and Smith take over at Miners

22nd May, 2023

Lee Thompson and Jamie Smith has been announced as manager and assistant boss, respectively, at Toolstation NCEL Premier Division side Maltby Main.

The club have been searching for a new dugout team following the resignation of previous management duo Lee Whitehead and Andy Dawson.

Thompson and Smith are reunited with new Maltby chairman Kieran Gallagher who they worked under as the managers of Kiveton Miners Welfare last season.

The pair have a wealth of playing experience between them for clubs such as Boston United, Kidderminster Harriers, Worksop Town, Halifax Town, Harrogate Town, Gainsborough Trinity, Sheffield and Ilkeston Town.

Thompson played at England Youth International levels and as a professional player was managed by Neil Warnock at Sheffield United and Steve Evans at Boston United.

In a statement, they said: "This is a massive opportunity for us to continue a partnership that we’ve started recently.

"With Maltby being a top non-league club, we’d like to get the fans in watching.

"We will be working hard to get some exciting signings coming in hopefully and have arranged some very good friendlies.

"We also want to wish Andy and Lee all the best – two top lads."

(Story Source: Maltby Main)

Dawson to step down after final

16th May, 2023

Maltby Main manager Andy Dawson has announced that he will be leaving his role after Saturday's County Cup Final against Emley AFC.

The club released a statement on their website from Dawson that read: "Myself and Lee (Whitehead) have managed together for over five years and when he resigned last month I made the decision to stay.

"But, I have now decided to step away from the club following the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup Final on the 20th of May.

"I’d like to place on record our thanks for the volunteers at the club who have been great during our time there and the players who have played for us throughout the season, some of which I’m sure we will cross paths in the future.

"Hopefully, the final will be a great way to end the season and time at the club."

A club spokesman added: "It goes without saying that all of the people at the club wish to say thank you for all the efforts of the season to both Lee and Andy in what was a very organised and enjoyable season with the cup final still to come.

"They will always be welcome at Muglet Lane any time as our guests and we wish them well in any future role they take on in football."

The Miners say no other statements about the management situation will be put out prior to the final.

(Story Source: Maltby Main)

Tables

NCEL Premier Division P Pts +/-
P 1 North Ferriby 38 95 55
P 2 Winterton Rangers 38 81 40
3 Emley AFC 38 77 43
4 Garforth Town 38 70 36
5 Penistone Church 38 68 19
6 Hallam 38 67 21
7 Barton Town 38 64 21
R 8 Hemsworth MW 38 55 8
9 Golcar United 38 54 13
10 Knaresborough 38 53 -2
11 Silsden AFC 38 51 -4
12 Albion Sports 38 51 -4
13 Maltby Main 38 48 -15
14 Thackley 38 46 -4
15 Eccleshill United 38 43 -11
16 Handsworth 38 42 -13
17 Frickley Athletic 38 36 -20
18 Bottesford Town 38 29 -37
19 Goole AFC 38 25 -66
R 20 Yorkshire Amateur 38 15 -80
NCEL Division One P Pts +/-
P 1 Campion 38 98 102
2 Harrogate Railway 38 86 51
P 3 Rossington Main 38 84 57
4 Wakefield AFC 38 70 34
5 Staveley MW 38 63 22
6 Horbury Town 38 60 28
7 Retford FC 38 59 3
8 Armthorpe Welfare 38 58 -5
9 Brigg Town 38 55 8
10 Selby Town 38 52 -9
11 Beverley Town 38 51 -1
12 Nostell MW 38 44 -14
13 Ollerton Town 38 41 -72
14 Parkgate 38 40 -15
15 Worsbrough Bridge 38 40 -19
16 Dronfield Town 38 40 -25
17 Glasshoughton Welf 38 40 -31
18 Shirebrook Town 38 36 -32
19 Swallownest 38 36 -35
20 Athersley Rec 38 30 -47

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