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Bodle commits to Shirebrook

19th April, 2023

Shirebrook Town manager Steve Bodle has committed himself to the Langwith Road club by signing a two-year contract at the Toolstation NCEL Division One side.

He put pen-to-paper on the deal during a busy couple of days for the Derbyshire outfit who also announced that Ryan Smith and Martyn Snell have become their new chairman and vice chairman, respectively.

Smith, commenting on Bodle's contract, said: "This shows the club’s ambition and commitment to building a project along with the management group.

"After holding talks with the manager it was clear our paths are aligned and Steve is 100% the man to lead the club forward - the future is exciting."

On the appointment of Smith and Snell, a club statement said: "Both have been heavily involved with the day-to-day running of the club over the last two months and are keen to create a positive environment for the club and the wider community."

Snell added: "We are both delighted to have been made so welcome by everyone at the club.

"Shirebrook is a thriving community with great, honest, hard-working people and the football club is at the very heart of it.

"Building a sustainable relationship within the community is our main focus and providing the management team with the resources to compete at the top end of the table.

"We look forward to welcoming both old and new supporters back to the club in pre-season which will show a raft of off-the-field changes going on over the next few months!"

Shirebrook have also announced there will be a club clean-up day this Sunday (23rd April) starting at 9:30am where they are asking as many people from the local community to go down to Langwith Road with free tea, coffee and bacon butties being made available for all volunteers.

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Bodle brings forward move to Shirebrook

28th February, 2023

Stephen Bodle, who was due to become manager at Shirebrook Town at the end of the season, has brought forward his move to Langwith Road and will take over with immediate effect.

Initially, it was announced that he would assume the role at the end of the season, making a short trip from the dugout at neighbours and Toolstation NCEL Division One rivals Ollerton.

But, with Ollerton now unveiling Damon Parkinson as their new boss for the rest of the campaign, Bodle has assumed his new role ahead of schedule and will be looking to get Shirebrook off the foot of the table in the tight race to avoid relegation.

In a statement released on social media, the Derbyshire club said: "Stephen - who will be working with his management team of Lee Needham, Darren Smith, and Chris Darby - is looking forward to taking his first training session tonight.

"And, he will seek to strengthen the squad ahead of our home game against Retford FC this Saturday."

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Shirebrook part company with Catnott

3rd January, 2023

Shirebrook Town have announced that they have parted company with manager Jordan Catnott and his backroom team after the club found itself one point above the relegation zone in Toolstation NCEL Division One.

The Langwith Road side have tumbled closer to danger having picked up just one point from their last six matches but they do have games in hand on the teams around them in the battle to avoid the drop.

A statement released by the club on social media said: "Further announcements will be made in due course in relation to who will take charge of the team on an interim basis to allow a full recruitment process to take place for a new permanent manager.

"The club would like to thank Jordan and his staff for their efforts over the last two years and wishes them all the best for the future."

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Mental health support message now on Shirebrook shirts

18th November, 2022

Shirebrook Town have unveiled a new look to the back of their shirts that now features the logo of mental health text support charity Shout.

The confidential 24/7 text messaging service is available to anyone in the UK who is struggling to cope.

Anyone who is worried, stressed or needs immediate support can text SHOUT to 85258 from any network, anywhere in the UK to start a conversation with a trained Shout volunteer.

The Toolstation NCEL Division One side say they will be doing some fundraising activities for the charity in coming months.

They have also thanked Mansfield based company Sign Power for their help with the printing of the logo on the back of their shirts.

Click here to find out more about Shout at their website.

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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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