Halley's last-gasp strike keeps Park title bid alive

Fishburn Park defeated Redcar Newmarket 1-0 in a hard-fought encounter to keep their outside hopes of lifting the North Riding Football League Premier Division title alive.

Chris Hardy's Blues Review

CHRIS HARDY: Shaw Lane display a huge improvement

There was a lot of soul searching done by both management and players last week after the horror show of Lancaster at home.

Angel FC

Traf and Angel handed home draws in North Riding Cup

Sunday League top-flight title rivals Angel and Traf have both been drawn at home in the NRCFA Sunday Challenge Cup quarter-finals.
Angel Reserves (blue kit) in action against Radio Scarborough

SUNDAY LEAGUE: Angel soar into pole position after win at Roscoes

Angel soared into top spot in the Sunday League top flight after an 11-0 win at Roscoes Bar.
Saturday League Division Two

SATURDAY DIV 2 & CUP: Five-star Myers rips Park apart

Callum Myers' five-goal haul helped Division Two leaders Itis Itis Rovers canter to a 9-2 success at Fishburn Park Reserves.

Fishburn player-boss Carl Oliver makes a smart save to thwart a Rosette man. Picture by Brian Murfield.

FOOTBALL: Fishburn Reserves well beaten by Rosette

FC Rosette collected a 5-1 win from their trip to Fishburn Park Reserves in Division Two of the Scarborough and District Saturday League.

Chris Hardy's weekly column

CHRIS HARDY: Home drubbing worst moment of my time at Whitby

I’d have to say that Saturday’s 5-0 drubbing against Lancaster was my worst moment as manager of Whitby Town.

Whitby Town suffered a heavy defeat

Town hit for five by Lancaster

Whitby Town's win at Workington was made to look a flash in the pan, as they fell to an embarrassing 5-0 home defeat to Lancaster City.

Whitby Town news

Boss Hardy's delight as Blues duo extend loan deals

Whitby Town boss Chris Hardy has expressed his delight after extending the loan deals of defender Kev Burgess and goalkeeper Ryan Whitley.

Blue Review with Chris Hardy

CHRIS HARDY: Crucial that we build upon victory

It goes without saying that there’s a huge sense of relief around the football club after we ended our poor run with victory at Workington on Monday.

Whitby Town

Blues end winless run at Workington

James Fairley’s debut goal helped Whitby Town end their recent woes, as an excellent second-half display banished their 16-game winless run with a 3-1 victory at Workington.

Blues Review

CHRIS HARDY: I wouldn't wish this run on my worst enemies

Our winless run continued over the Christmas fixture schedule, but in very mixed circumstances.

The winners line up at last year's Sports Awards

Nominations open for Sports Awards

The annual Scarborough & District Sports Awards are set to take place on February 26 and nominations are now being accepted.

Blue Review with Town boss Chris Hardy

CHRIS HARDY: Boys are itching to get out there

There’s always an initial emotion of frustration when you hear a game has been called off.

Hinderwell's Beth Mead has impressed since joining Arsenal

Hinderwell hot-shot Mead settling into Gunners role

Hinderwell hot-shot Beth Mead is eyeing up international honours in 2018 after finding her feet at new club Arsenal.

Blues boss Chris Hardy's weekly column

CHRIS HARDY: Changes were necessary

It has been a busy week for everyone at the football club, with several players heading out of the door and three coming in.

Whitby Town

Blues battle back for point against Coalville

Whitby Town showed battling qualities to fight back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Coalville Town.

Staithes won 5-1 at Stockton West End

Staithes put on a show as they seal superb win at West End

The weather decimated Saturday’s North Riding Football League and cup programme, with only one Whitby side in action across all competitions.

Town were dumped out of the North Riding Cup by Redcar

Town’s blues continue with Redcar upset

Whitby Town we’re knocked out of another cup competition at the hands of Redcar Athletic on Wednesday evening.

Chris Hardy's Blue Review

CHRIS HARDY: I won’t stand poor run for much longer

Wednesday night’s defeat was the lowest point of my managerial career.

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