Burscough Come Undone Again At Victoria Park In The Final Game Of The Season.
Blues finished their campaign on a high note with a resounding 5-1 victory over Gresley FC.
Last game of the season ends in defeat to champions Shaw Lane. Writes Stephen Breden
The last home game of the season sees the Daniels claim a good point that could have been all three.
A brilliant piece of skill from John King was not enough to beat promotion chasing Witton Albion.
A late Ruben Wiggins-Thomas equaliser earned the Nailers a point at home to Chasetown on the final game of the season.
Carlton Town were completely overrun as they were hammered 5-1 at AFC Rushden & Diamonds on the final day of the season.
Bamber Bridge finish the season with a win at the Sir Tom Finney Stadium.
The Celts demolished Ramsbottom 7-0.
Farsley were stunned by relegation threatened Goole.
Report as The Celts defeated Bamber Bridge 5-3.
Farsley fell to a 4-2 defeat at home to Clitheroe.
Farsley slumped to a second consecutive defeat.
Farsley returned to winning ways.
Farsley Celtic were held by Droylsden.
Farsley earned a crucial three points with victory against Radcliffe.
The Celts were held to a 2-2 draw.
Farsley were defeated 2-0 by their local rivals,
Clitheroe finish the season in style
They say the next game's the most important - they don't come any bigger than Tuesday 25th April v Stocksbridge Park Steels (KO: 7.45pm)!...
Rhys Lewis was named captain in his 300th appearance for The Gingerbreads.
A point proved to be enough for the Royals after Corby faltered on the last day of the season.
A flawless performance from The Celts as they defeated Kendal Town 5-0 wasn't enough to earn promotion as Lancaster City lifted the trophy.
Anthony Malbon scored a second-half double to help Grove finish the season with three points whilst confirming Rugby Town’s relegation at Butlin Road.
Campaign ends with a defeat for the Canaries
Loughborough Dynamo pulled off their own ‘Great Escape’ and secured their Evo-Stik Premier League Division One South status by winning their last four league matches, the first three being away.
A Mitch in time adds to previous nine at MTA...
They think it's all over...it is now
Colne secured a place in the play-offs with a hard earned point against Droylsden.
We all chewed over the various permutations ahead of Reds’ final game of the regular season but it didn’t matter a jot.
The Glassboys came from behind twice to secure a home Play-Off semi-final against Workington on Monday night.
The Dolly Blues put in a champion's performance to win the league after a dominating first half display at Surrey Street.
A goal deep into an incredibly long period of stoppage time denied Chasetown the three points.
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Report by David Robinson
A brace from Nathan Watson, as well as goals from Marcus Marshall and Rory Coleman earned a final day win for Coalville, with the result also assuring relegation for the visitors.
The Brewers rounded off their debut season in the Evo-Stik with a lacklustre home defeat to the hands of Mossley.
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Jamie Brannon reports on the Easter Monday victory over Halesowen.....
No Great Escape For The Steelmen
Carlton Town and Basford Utd played out an entertaining goalless draw at Stoke Lane.
The two Sams, Joel and Smith, netted second half goals securing the win which assured Workington of play-off qualification – for a third consecutive season!
Carlton Town and Stamford drew 4-4 in an extraordinary match at Stoke Lane.
United show steel after harsh Blythe dismissal
Reno's men come back with a point after their bank holiday outing to Prescot.
An 8-goal thriller in Carlton sees the points shared. Match Report by Stephen Breden
The Glassboys secured a play-off place with a solid display and an ultimately comfortable win against their Black Country neighbours.
Belper got their 3rd consecutive win after a difficult one goal victory away to Sheffield FC.
Three-sy does it again for Mariners...
Derby day delight ends winless run for the Canaries
Basford United Vets will be flying the flag for the EVO-STIK Northern Premier League at this summer's Umbro Masters.
New Chasetown manager Scott Dundas has named his touchline team for the upcoming EVO-STIK Northern Premier League season.
Charlie Palmer has ended his reign as manager of EVO-STIK Northern Premier League Belper Town.
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