A look at how Sheffield Wednesday's loan players have fared so far in the 2022/23 season Sheffield Wednesday currently have two players loaned out to other clubs. Defenders Ciaran Brennan and Ryan Galvin are spending time at Swindon Town and Maidstone United respectively. Academy graduate Brennan, who has made 18 appearances for the Owls since making his professional debut in the Carabao Cup at Rochdale two years ago, moved to the County Ground on July 1.
There were mixed fortunes for St Neots Town, Eynesbury Rovers and Godmanchester Rovers over the weekend. St Neots were without a league fixture this weekend and instead played a friendly against Grantham Town. The spoils were shared in a 2-2 draw as St Neots, who sit in 17th in the Northern Premier League Division One Midlands, host Sporting Khalsa this Saturday, 3pm.
Doncaster Rovers defender Bobby Faulkner is on the radar of a Premier League club. The 18-year-old centre-back has been a breakthrough star for Gary McSheffrey's side this season after bursting onto the scene at first-team level. He was previously set for a loan spell in non-league, with National League North side Boston United and Northern Premier League outfit Gainsborough Trinity thought to be interested.
Meet the 17Sport team set to transform former Winfields Outdoors in Barrow BOSSES behind a ‘growing’ sportswear retailer have revealed their future plans for transforming a former town centre building. The business sells sports kit and teamwear throughout the UK and supplies a number of semi-professional, amateur and grassroots sports clubs as well as education providers and companies.
Sunderland winger Michael Spellman has joined Northern Premier League club Whitby Town on a one-month loan deal. The 20-year-old officially signed for the Black Cats on a one-year contract in the summer following a trial with the club during the 2021/22 season, when he regularly represented the under-23s side.
South Shields have been drawn against fellow Northern Premier League side Marske United in the FA Cup for the second consecutive year. It is the fourth time the sides have been drawn together, with all three previous ties being won by Marske. Last year the North Yorkshire side came out 3-0 victors over the Mariners in the second qualifying round, but were eventually knocked out in the fourth qualifying round by Gateshead.
Chorley registered the biggest FA Cup win of their 139-year history as they cruised into third round qualifying, and a home tie against Blyth Spartans, with a comprehensive defeat of Northern Premier League side Liversedge at Victory Park. Just like Saturday’s original tie at the Clayborn Ground, the Magpies bossed the first half.
Chester FC are at home to Pontefract Collieries in the FA Cup Chester FC manager Calum McIntyre has warned his side to prepare for a tough challenge in Saturday’s FA Cup second qualifying round tie at home to Pontefract Collieries. The Blues are two divisions above the Northern Premier League Division One (East) side, but having managed at that level last season with Runcorn Linnets, McIntyre knows all about the quality his side will face.
Liverpool hold 'really positive conversation' about re-entering cup competition as absence explained
Liverpool haven't featured in the Liverpool Senior Cup for 12 years The Liverpool County FA have confirmed that they have held a 'really positive conversation' with Liverpool about re-entering the Senior Cup. The LCFA yesterday confirmed that the famous cup competition will return for the first time this season after the 2019/20 edition was curtailed as a result of the Covid pandemic.
have confirmed that they have signed goalkeeper Patrick Boyes on loan from Football League club Hartlepool United. The 19-year-old keeper has joined the Northern Premier League East clubs on an initial deal until January, 2023. He spent time with Craig Rouse’s side during pre-season and has done enough to secure a return to Beechnut Lane where he will provide competition for first team goalkeeper Lloyd Allinson while continuing his development with the League Two side at the same time.
Former Portsmouth hero and ex-Bradford man reveals Fratton Park is still very much in his heart after making non-league switch
Former Pompey hero Gareth Evans reveals the Blues still remain close to his heart after making the drop into non-league. The 34-year-old admitted his new home at Radcliffe is far from ‘playing in front of 20,000 fans at Fratton Park on a regular basis’, but insisted he’s delighted to make the move.
The final day of cricket's Northern Premier League season saw Blackpool defeat Fulwood and Broughton by nine wickets in the battle for runners-up spot. The visitors chose to bat at Stanley Park but were dismissed for just 81 in 38.1 overs. Having reached 38-1, Fulwood lost four wickets without adding to that total as Blackpool professional Ockert Erasmus took 5-10 from 14 overs and Jamie Thomson 3-18 from 4.1.
Paul Hartley details decision to loan 19-year-old goalkeeper and impact of ex-Morecambe, Blackpool and Plymouth Argyle stopper
Paul Hartley has praised young goalkeeper Patrick Boyes’ attitude after Hartlepool United announced a short-term loan exit for the 19-year-old. Boyes has joined Northern Premier League side Pontefract Collieries on a short-term deal until January in order for him to gain regular first team minutes in men’s football.
All this weekend’s fixtures involving Northern Premier League clubs have been postponed following the Queen’s death. The league had been awaiting confirmation from the Football Association and had now announced that all National League System, FA Trophy, and grassroots fixtures scheduled for this weekend will not take place as a mark of respect.
Two goals in four second half minutes secured victory for Spalding United at Dereham Town on Tuesday night. Dylan Edge and James Clifton scored the vital goals as the Tulips returned triumphant from their trip to Aldiss Park. The victory maintained their unbeaten start to the Northern Premier League Midlands Division campaign and moved them up into third spot in the table.
Martin Carruthers has left Ilkeston by mutual consent despite guiding the Robins to promotion last season Former Stoke City striker Martin Carruthers has made a shock departure from Ilkeston Town. Carruthers guided the Robins to the Northern Premier League - Division One Midlands title last term, earning them promotion to the Southern League Premier Division Central.
Dave Cooke is leaving his role as first team manager at Nantwich Town, the club confirmed tonight. In a statement, the club said the decision has been made “mutually by both parties” for the longer-term future of the club. Ritchie Sutton will take interim charge of the first team and will be supported by Cooke until a new manager is appointed.
The incident happened during a Northern Premier League match between Lincoln United and Pontefract Collieries A local football fan says he was forced to enter the playing area of a non-league football ground to retrieve his phone after it was taken off him by a member of staff from one of the teams.
Grantham Town are caught up in a race against time to get their pitch repaired after an infestation of chafer grubs came to a head on Monday. The urgent repair work has begun already with the Northern Premier League giving the Gingerbreads just four weeks to have the pitch back in commission.
‘Agricultural’ was the word used to describe some of the football played in the eighth tier of English football. The Northern Premier League Division One East takes no prisoners and not every young player getting a taste of senior football for the first time can handle the rigours of boggy pitches, cold showers and knee-high tackles.