New boys Pontefract Collieries win season opener against The Whites.
Report by Mark Rawlinson.
Widnes beaten on opening day
Marske’s first foray into Step 4 football was an overwhelming success as the
Seasiders easily overcame the world’s oldest football club with a 4-0 success.
By Chris Musson
Not the start to the new season the Hillmen were looking for
Blues kicked off the season in style with a 4-0 victory away to Skelmersdale United.
Mariners held on opening day at MTA...
Stamford started the new season with a hard-fought victory at Stocksbridge Park Steels. The Daniels first win at the South Yorkshire side since 2014.
A point earned at one of the pre-season title favourites represents a cracking start for the Tulips!...
Fiery encounter sees debutant Smart dismissed
Debut goals from Oliver Robinson and Aaron Opoku gave Carlton the perfect start to life in the Evo-Stik East with a 2-0 win at Tadcaster Albion.
OWLS HELD ON OPENING DAY
Fun in the Fens.....
An encouraging season opener from Brig.
Colne got the new season off to a great start with a well earned win at Newcastle Town on Saturday.
The Boro Win on the opening day with victory at Widnes.
Belper Town started the new season with a narrow victory over Morpeth Town, but had to negotiate a backs to the wall second half, made more difficult after Jake Sturgess’s dismissal with nearly 15 minutes to go, writes Nigel Oldrini
Ponte get off to dream start in our inaugural EvoStik game!
Skelmersdale United 0 Leek Town 4
Tadcaster Albion kicked off the new season in disappointing fashion as two second half goals saw Carlton Town leave Yorkshire with maximum points.
Jason Walker can reflect on an excellent league debut for Workington capping a fine individual performance with the match winning goal.
The visitors came from behind to win 3-1. A game which saw Oli Hayward break his leg and Ryan Wynter sent off late on.
Courtesy of the Grantham Journal, read a full match report
EVO-STIK League Marine's awarding-winning community officer Barry Lenton is getting ready to see himself play a leading role in the making of one of the nation's most popular television shows tonight.
Chasetown manager Scott Dundas has wished Oli Hayward a speedy recovery after the midfielder broke his leg on Saturday's opening day of the 2018-19 EVO-STIK League season.
It was a good opening day in EVO-STIK League East for a number of the newly-promoted sides, writes Steve Whitney at Non-League Today.
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