Kidsgrove Athletic manager Peter Ward was left frustrated by his side’s inability to convert chances in their 2-1 defeat at the hands of Chasetown.
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Kidsgrove Athletic manager Peter Ward is relishing his side’s return to the Novus Stadium for their match against high-flying Coalville Town.
The fixture will be Grove’s first home game of the year after bad weather caused postponements, meaning a run of six away games for the club.
Hednesford Town new boy Marvin Johnson says he is delighted to have joined the Pitmen on loan from Skrill Premier side Kidderminster Harriers.
The flying winger joined the Key’s Park outfit from Aggborough on loan to the end of the season.
Hednesford Town manager Rob Smith was delighted as his side saw off former Football League side Stockport County 1-0 away at Edgeley Park to keep the Pitmen in the hunt for promotion.
A goal in the 13th minute from Charlie Anagho-Ntamark was enough to see the Pitmen take home all three points.
Nantwich Town manager Danny Johnson has praised the Nantwich fans for their support during a 5-1 thrashing by Northern Premier League table toppers Chorley FC.
Goals from Max Cartwright, a brace from James Dean, an own goal from Nantwich player-Assistant manager Earl Davies and Josh Hine condemned the Dabbers to defeat, who netted through Davies.
The result leaves Nantwich 13th in the league table.
Leek town manager Lee Casswell praised his lads after they moved up to third in the table following a 2-0 win over Gresley FC.
Second half goals from Andy Kinsey and Dan Shelley secured Leek’s 19th win this season.
Leek Town FC’s chairman Andy Wain has praised winger John Johnston following his big move to Crewe Alexandra.
Johnston secured a short-term contract, moving him up from the Evo-Stik Northern Premier Division One South team to the Cheshire League One outfit.
Despite a spirited performance, Tamworth went down 2-0 at Wrexham.
Goals from Andy Bishop and Johnny Hunt sealed the Lambs’ fate at a cold Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium. However, the 23 Tamworth fans did have something to cheer about when Cameron Belford saved from Andy Bishop’s penalty.
Most of us spend Christmas Day opening presents, eating too much turkey and spending time with families.
Spare a thought for those non-league footballers in Staffordshire and Cheshire running around the pitch on a freezing cold Boxing Day.
Hednesford Town manager Rob Smith said the team were stuck in a rut after they lost a third league game on the trot 3-1 to Harrogate Town.
Hednesford took the lead on four minutes when on loan striker Greg Pearson netted his first goal for the Pitmen after a Neil Harvey shot was originally saved.