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IAN S
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Right, I'll fill a few of these in for you in no particular order, and anyone who watches Steels that regular has my sympathy!

Wombwell Town, played at Station Road, never been called Dorothy Hyman Stadium, that has always been in Cudworth, where she came from.
Crookes, as far as I know and I never saw them there, they shared Sheffield Waterworks old ground at Crookes before getting a decent side and moving up the pyramid. This is now owned by SUFC and is some five a side pitces and a posh gym.
Frecheville, still there and not changed one bit since dropping out of NC East.
Fryston, again still there and next to Cutsyke RL, who always got far bigger crowds.
Dronfield United, used to be called Norton Woodseats, the original occupants of the Coach & Horses ground where Sheffield now play. They changed name back again when they reformed but didn't last long.
Ash House, before sharing Transport Ground at Meadowhead played at Ash House, a now derilict playing surface with vandalised clubhouse at Dore, just before Sheffield Tigers RU, on opposite side of road.
Denaby & Cadeby, ended up at Denaby United. Not sure if it wasn't their committee that threw United off ground?
Pilkington Recreation, played on a ground in Doncaster, exactly where I forget, long time since I went!
York R.I., still at same ground (New Lane I think) in York & District League, went there last summer for York Locomotive RL.
Oakham United, isn't this the same ground now used by Sutton in Central Midlands?
Parramores, the original ground is lost in mists of time but I think and I emphasis that, it was somewhere up near Millhouses Park way. They went to Civil Service ground at Ecclesfield, same as Red Rose, then to Meadowhead, or was it other way round? Whatever! They've also played at Davy ground at bottom of Prince of Wales Road.
High Green Villa, Mortomley Lane in High Green, always been?
Rossington Haslam, a ground next door to Rossington Main. Also known as Station FC.
Sheffield Centralians, Sheffield United Cricket Ground on Bawtry Road, just before Crookes Aurora ground on same side.

Hope this info. is of use, someone I'm sure will correct me if I'm wrong with anything.



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Pilkinton Recs played at a ground in Kirk Sandall, to the north east of Doncaster.

The Oakham United situation is a bit confusing. They played at the Hosiery Mills Sports Ground in Mansfield. They then moved to a different ground, but gave it the same name, but at the same time (I think) changed their name to North Notts, then later to Sutton Town.


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York RI - Played at the York RI Sports Ground, New Lane, Acomb, York

Bradley Rangers - Played at Warrenside, Deighton, Huddersfield

Fryston Colliery Welfare - Played at Askham Road, Fryston


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Right, I'll fill a few of these in for you in no particular order, and anyone who watches Steels that regular has my sympathy!



Cheers Ian, why do you have my sympathy?? as your a Steels fan are you a member of the forum??



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Filling in some gaps...
Bradley Rangers - On North side of Huddersfield, can't remember name, but think it's still intact Warrenside - near A62. Stand's gone now, but still railed
Pilkington Recreation - No idea Doncaster Road, Kirk Sandall. Stand's still there - no rails though
Rossington Hasland - Ask Jamesie, although I think it's HASLAM - It is Haslam, no idea where though. Think it was towards Bessacarr. Wanderer would know.
Sheffield Centralians - Ask Jamesie Bawtry Road somewhere.
Kiveton Park - have always (in pyramid years) played at current ground and still do - Yep, me brother played for 'em.
Blidworth Welfare - ditto
Priory (Eastwood) - Tinsley Park, right next to the A610 at Eastwood, folded and Nuthall moved in, now kids football I believe
York Railway Institute - No idea New Lane, Acomb, still there and used. I think there might still be lights up.
Denaby & Cadeby Miners Welfare - Did they not end up at Tickhill Square There was a ground overlooking Tickhill Square, not sure if they played up there.
Kimberley Town - Stag Ground, always have been
Heanor Town - Town Ground, always have been
Parramore Sports - ask Jamesie Last I saw 'em was at Davy Sports Pitch 1. Now at DVS.
Oakham United - Mansfield Hosiery Mills, on roundabout adjacent to Kings Mill Hospital, shared with cricket, now built on Eastwood Hanley - Trentmill Road, went past this the other week, assume it's still there, not sure what condition
High Green Villa - ask Jamesie Pack Horse Lane, back of that rough pub.
Louth United - Park Avenue, now used by Louth Town



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Pilkinton Recs played at a ground in Kirk Sandall, to the north east of Doncaster.

The Oakham United situation is a bit confusing. They played at the Hosiery Mills Sports Ground in Mansfield. They then moved to a different ground, but gave it the same name, but at the same time (I think) changed their name to North Notts, then later to Sutton Town.


Nothing at all confusing about Oakham (except they didn't play in Rutland!). They folded after being refused promotion to the NCEL on ground grading after winning the CML. If I recall Glapwell went up instead. A new club, North Notts, eventually formed and played on the old Hosiery Mills ground at King's Mill. Later they gained the right from the 'old' Sutton Town chairman to take on that name. The ground and social club were sold for development and a new set-up developed at the current Fieldings site. The associated cricket club are in the Notts Premier League.


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Pilkinton Recs played at a ground in Kirk Sandall, to the north east of Doncaster.

The Oakham United situation is a bit confusing. They played at the Hosiery Mills Sports Ground in Mansfield. They then moved to a different ground, but gave it the same name, but at the same time (I think) changed their name to North Notts, then later to Sutton Town.



Oakham United folded at the end of the 1995-96 as the
Central Midlands Supreme Division Champions.
As far as i remember their ground at the Hosiery Mills, Mansfield Road
near to Kings Mill Hospital wasn't up to NCE standards and not enough
money to put it up to NCE standards, so they folded.
I could be wrong but i don't think they ever played at the Hosiery Mills
ground on Huthwaite Road, which is on the other side of Town.
Rainworth Gordon might know better on this.
The Hosiery Mills ground on Huthwaite Road has had various names over
the years.Co-Operative ground was one and probably best remembered
as Betts and Broughton.
Sutton Town FC now play there and is known as The Fieldings, but i
think its not the same pitch.I think the old Betts and Broughton is now
the cricket ground.
Anyway back to the Hosiery Mills on Mansfield Road in the 2000-01
season newly formed North Notts FC(nothing to do with Oakham utd),
played that one season on Mansfield Road.
The following season 2001-02 North Notts FC moved to the Hosiery
Mills on Huthwaite Road.And then in 2002-03 they became known as
Sutton Town and then the ground became known as The Fieldings.
Easy when you've lived near the ground for so long.....Not!!
To make the Hosiery Mills Huthwaite road ground a bit more confusing,
i think Sutton Trinity may have had a spell there prior to North Notts.
but they also had nothing to do with Oakham United, North Notts or
Sutton Town.And furthermore Sutton Trinity also used to play at
New Hucknall Colliery Ground, i don't know if this was another name
for the Betts and Broughton. Help me Gordon.
I'm going to rest my brain now.


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Further notes:

Bradley Rangers' site has been taken up by an Asian-based community club and done up with a big Football Foundation grant. I saw it being built but haven't been back, expect it's just a pavilion and pitches.

Pilkington Recs was in Moor Lane, Kirk Sandall, still has its cover and still used.

I think Oakham's ground is now under the B&Q?


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Where did Huthwaite FC play?



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Where did Huthwaite FC play?



Not sure, but

In 1987, Huthwaite FC completed a remarkable rise from being anchored to the bottom of the local Sutton and Skegby League without a win to their name in 1980 to conquerors of Notts and the Midlands, winning the Central Midlands League Premier Division, Premier Division Cup and Notts Senior Cup treble.In 1987, Huthwaite FC completed a remarkable rise from being anchored to the bottom of the local Sutton and Skegby League without a win to their name in 1980 to conquerors of Notts and the Midlands, winning the Central Midlands League Premier Division, Premier Division Cup and Notts Senior Cup treble.

Winning 11 trophies in seven years, Trev Wass' side were the talk of Nottinghamshire as they beat Rainworth MW to lift the Notts Senior Cup before beating Graham St Prims on penalties at the City Ground to lift the Central Midlands Premier Division Cup. They ultimately folded when their ground was deemed unsuitable for the club to step up to the Supreme Division and a proposed ground share at Alfreton Town fell through.

I would think it would be where Sutton Town play now.


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Reference your comment "Wombwell Town, played at Station Road, never been called Dorothy Hyman Stadium, that has always been in Cudworth, where she came from" did not ring right with me and searching through my old FA Non-League Handbooks I found the following on page 405 of the 1983-84 edition - "Address & Tel No of ground: Dorothy Hyman Stadium, Ststion Road, Wombwell (Barnsley 752960)".



IAN S
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Thought I'd done this ground as Oakham United, it appears I was wrong. Still think I've done it with Sutton Trinity though, although it must have been done up a bit since then because it was a bit of a dump and Sutton were worst team in NC East South One.

Huthwaite played at ground of Sutton Trinity, (New Hucknall Colliery) according to Central Midlands handbook.



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Reference your comment "Wombwell Town, played at Station Road, never been called Dorothy Hyman Stadium, that has always been in Cudworth, where she came from" did not ring right with me and searching through my old FA Non-League Handbooks I found the following on page 405 of the 1983-84 edition - "Address & Tel No of ground: Dorothy Hyman Stadium, Ststion Road, Wombwell (Barnsley 752960)".


My Dad has told me a couple of times that there were 2 Dorothy Hyman stadiums in the Barnsley area.

She was born in Cudworth (the same pit village as Michael Parkinson) and the football/athletics stadium there was named in her honour. I'm sure that this is the same complex where the short-lived AFC Barnsley played before moving to one of the pitches just outside Oakwell.

However, I believe that Dorothy Hyman trained at Wombwell, and the stadium there was also named after her, when Wombwell were in the NCE league. The stadium has now been renamed the Wombwell Sports Stadium. I made a slight detour there in October, before taking in a Sheffield Association Cup tie behind Wombwell Cricket ground (where Wombwell Main play). There is still a pitch there and it looked to have been used recently.


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Oakham United folded at the end of the 1995-96 as the
Central Midlands Supreme Division Champions.
As far as i remember their ground at the Hosiery Mills, Mansfield Road
near to Kings Mill Hospital wasn't up to NCE standards and not enough
money to put it up to NCE standards, so they folded.
I could be wrong but i don't think they ever played at the Hosiery Mills
ground on Huthwaite Road, which is on the other side of Town.
Rainworth Gordon might know better on this.
The Hosiery Mills ground on Huthwaite Road has had various names over
the years.Co-Operative ground was one and probably best remembered
as Betts and Broughton.
Sutton Town FC now play there and is known as The Fieldings, but i
think its not the same pitch.I think the old Betts and Broughton is now
the cricket ground.
Anyway back to the Hosiery Mills on Mansfield Road in the 2000-01
season newly formed North Notts FC(nothing to do with Oakham utd),
played that one season on Mansfield Road.
The following season 2001-02 North Notts FC moved to the Hosiery
Mills on Huthwaite Road.And then in 2002-03 they became known as
Sutton Town and then the ground became known as The Fieldings.
Easy when you've lived near the ground for so long.....Not!!
To make the Hosiery Mills Huthwaite road ground a bit more confusing,
i think Sutton Trinity may have had a spell there prior to North Notts.
but they also had nothing to do with Oakham United, North Notts or
Sutton Town.And furthermore Sutton Trinity also used to play at
New Hucknall Colliery Ground, i don't know if this was another name
for the Betts and Broughton. Help me Gordon.
I'm going to rest my brain now. Fred, Sutton Trinity played on a pitch that is now part of Mansfield Hosiery Mills Cricket Club, but in those days it fronted Huthwaite Road (there is a nursing home on the main road now and the cricket ground is behind). This used the be the old Huthwaite CWS ground. Hard by this was the Betts and Broughton ground which is on the site where the current Sutton Town play, but in those days the pitch was at right angles to the present position. This was the ground occupied by Huthwaite who won the Central Midlands Premier but failed on ground grading for promotion to the Supreme. There was talk of a groundshare at Alfreton because one man had connections with both clubs, but when that fell through the club folded. Sutton Trinity played one or two seasons in the old Midland League Division One and were managed by Roger West, a good mate of mine, but when Roger moved to take over at Blidworth, Trinity concentrated on what was then a thriving youth section instead and dropped out of senior football.



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Sutton Trinity were founder members of the NCE before, as you say, they dropped into local football.
Retford Rail & Brook Sports were among the other long, lost and almost forgotten founder members.....



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This would explain this. Apart from the lack of floodlights the stadium at Cudworth was far better than the exposed training ground AFC Barnsley moved into at Oakwell.

Incidently does anyone know if the Brook Sports that used to be in Yorkshire League are the same company that Brook Motors were/are who are still in Huddersfield & District League but don't play in Honley anymore at the overgrown ground there that used to have a stand?



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...Brook Motors who are still in the Huddersfield & District League but don't play in Honley anymore at the overgrown ground there that used to have a stand?
Just found a photo of it, what a shame it's gone. Unsure






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Regards the Bradley Rangers ground; do not Storthes Hall of the West Riding Amateur League play there now?

Incidentally founder of Brook Sports, Arthur Brook, was in the scrap metal business so was the Brook Motors a different thing altogether?


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Brook Motors and Brook Sports are entirely different clubs.

Brook Sports were based in Batley. They played in the West Riding County Amateur League for a couple of seasond after dropping out of the NCE.

Brook Motors are a Huddersfield club who also played for a few seasons in the West Riding County Amateur league.

Storthes Hall play on roughly the same site as Bradley Rangers, but the pitch is a few yards where the Bradley Rangers pitch was. The whole Warrenside complex bears no resemblance to what it did a couple of decades ago.



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Many thanks for that Rob, I thought they were probably different.


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and I take it Staveley played at inkersall road.

Any help would be welcomed

I don't know if the original poster is still around but Staveley (Works) played on their own ground at Handley Wood in Barrow Hill. It was very close to the now railway museum. Other things I recall were you had to go down a steep embankment, with steps to help, to get to the pitch from the entrance and there was a huge cinder track next to it which as a kid I hoped would be used for long track speedway one day. Looking at Google Earth there is no sign of the venue although a golf driving range retains the Handley Wood name.


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...but Staveley Works played on their own ground at Handley Wood in Barrow Hill. It was very close to the now railway museum. Other things I recall were you had to go down a steep embankment, with steps to help, to get to the pitch from the entrance and there was a huge cinder track next to it which as a kid I hoped would be used for long track speedway one day. Looking at Google Earth there is no sign of the venue although a golf driving range retains the Handley Wood name.


Phil, the golf driving range sits pretty much where the pitch was, although whereas the range runs roughly south/north the pitch ran roughly west/east. They obviously moved a lot of earth around to create the current layout. Up until fairly recently a solitary old floodlight pylon sat forlornly rusting away in the north-east corner (near to the house) but has since been removed.

If anyone happens to have the 1985 FA Non-League Directory there's a couple of photo's that show the former layout of the ground to good effect. The first pic (p54) is taken from the far end and shows the steep embankment with cars parked above it and the second pic (p471) is taken from the embankment looking north-eastwards towards the house (still there!) which is situated at the end of the lane between the driving range and the railway depot.



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Whereabouts in Honley was the Brook Motors ground with the stand?


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Thanks for the update Nick. I assumed it could have been the driving range site but couldn't visualize it from Google Earth, no doubt owing to the excavations you mention. We went past it on the vintage bus to the Barrow Hill beer festival a couple of years ago but I didn't recognize any of it, although I watched matches there a few times. BTW the beer festival there is the best I've ever done!!!


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Whereabouts in Honley was the Brook Motors ground with the stand?


South side of New Mill Road in Brockholes, next to the former Brook Crompton factory. From Google Maps it looks like the clubhouse was bang opposite the sewage works' circular tank thingies.

http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/brookmotorsfc/



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