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Quartet return for Ripon City derby

Ripon City will be buoyed by the return of four key players when rivals Boroughbridge arrive for the West Riding County Cup third round (1pm).

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Harrogate Town loan York City defender Tom Allan

Harrogate Town have brought in York City defender Tom Allan on a month’s loan to ease their defensive problems.

Simon Ainge climbs highest to win a header during Harrogate Town's defeat at Kidderminster. Picture: Town Pix

Town sunk by 88th-minute goal at Kidderminster

Harrogate Town suffered a first defeat in seven National League North games when they went down 1-0 at Kidderminster Harriers, Andre Brown netting a late goal for the home side.

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Harrogate Town boss Simon Weaver

Town boosted by addition of King

Harrogate Town boss Simon Weaver has bolstered his injury-ravaged squad with the loan signing of defender James King.

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Harrogate Town have been plagued by injuries throughout 2016/17. Picture: Town Pix

Weaver backing Town players to maintain form despite injury nightmare

Harrogate Town boss Simon Weaver is backing his players to maintain their fine run of form in 2017, despite an injury crisis that he admits is pushing the club to its limits.

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Tadcaster Albion's three goalscorers on the night, Carl Stewart, Gregg Anderson and Josh Greening celebrate after Anderson found the back of the Trafford net. Picture: Matthew Appleby

Taddy fight back to win thriller

Tadcaster Albion recovered from a two-goal deficit to beat Trafford 4-3 in thrilling fashion on Tuesday evening.

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Steve Bromley scored Harrogate Railway's solitary goal as they lost 4-1 at home to Thackley. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Out-of-form Railway beaten by Thackley

Harrogate Railway’s poor run of form continued on Tuesday evening when they were beaten 4-1 on home soil by Thackley.

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Knaresborough Celtic's Tom Durrance, left, celebrates after finding the back of the Pannal Sports net. Picture: Adrian Murray

H & D LEAGUE: Five-star Celtic re-claim top spot

Knaresborough Celtic re-claimed pole position in the Harrogate & District Football League Premier Division after beating Pannal Sports by a 5-0 scoreline.

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Harrogate Railway Ladies were held to a 3-3 draw at Courts City. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Railway Ladies pegged back by City

Harrogate Railway Ladies were held to a 3-3 draw at Courts City despite leading on three separate occasions.

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Josh Wilson nets his second goal against Robin Hood Athletic. Picture: Peter Arnett

Wetherby denied much-needed victory in cruel fashion

Wetherby Athletic were denied a much-needed three points by a goal scored in the fifth minute of added time of Saturday’s clash with Robin Hood Athletic.

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Harrogate Town midfielder Lloyd Kerry leaves the pitch on a stretcher during Saturday's clash with Chorley. Picture: Town Pix

Town injury crisis is ‘frightening’ - Weaver

Simon Weaver bemoaned a “frightening” injury crisis at Harrogate Town and admitted that he may be forced to enter the transfer market having seen Lloyd Kerry crocked against Chorley.

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Ben Cohen in action for Knaresborough Town during Saturday's defeat at AFC Emley. Picture: Craig Dinsdale

Knaresboro’ sunk by quick-fire double

Knaresborough Town lost out 2-0 at NCEL Divisin One title-chasers AFC Emley, conceding two almost identical goals in six first-half minutes.

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Tadcaster Albion's Rob Youhill in action against Lancaster City. Picture: Matthew Appleby

Same old story for beaten Brewers

It was case of the same old story for Tadcaster Albion after they missed a number of good chances on their way to defeat, this time at promotion-chasing Lancaster City.

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Simon Ainge powers home a header to put Harrogate Town 2-0 up against Chorley. Picture: Town Pix

Town maintain fine form with Chorley success

Harrogate Town’s fine run of form continued as they beat Chorley 2-1 at the CNG Stadium.

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Harrogate Town Ladies celebrate another goal on their way to title glory. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Title success is just the beginning for Town Ladies

Harrogate Town Ladies’ North Riding Womens Football League title success is just the beginning of what manager Jon Maloney is predicting will be an exciting journey for the club.

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Pannal Sports Reserves line up before their clash with Ripn City Reserves

H & D LEAGUE: Rangers and Saints to meet in Senior Cup final

Kirk Deighton Rangers and Beckwithshaw Saints will meet in the final of the Harrogate & District Football League’s Senior Cup.

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Harrogate Town Ladies captain Lindsey Whitton receives the North Riding Womens Football League trophy following Sunday's victory over Poppleton at the CNG Stadium. Pictures: Caught Light Photography

Title-winning Town Ladies close in on perfect season

North Riding Womens Football League champions Harrogate Town Ladies took another step closer to completing their season with a 100 per cent record when they beat Poppleton.

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Chris Ovington picked up an injury as Harrgate Railway lost at Parkgate. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Railway boss takes positives from Parkgate disappointment

Harrogate Railway boss Ray Green says he was able to take plenty of positives from Saturday’s trip to Parkgate, despite his side slipping to a 3-0 defeat.

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Wetherby Athletic's Jony Brown halts a Carlton Athletic attack. Picture: Pete Arnett

Nine-man Wetherby thumped by league leaders Carlton

Wetherby Athletic’s hopes of escaping the West Yorkshire Football League Premier Division relegation zone suffered another blow when they were beaten 8-0 by leaders Carlton Athletic.

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Seb Carole gets on the ball for Knaresborough Town during Saturday's home defeat to Eccleshill United. Picture: Craig Dinsdale

Home loss prevents Knaresborough climbing into play-off spot

Knaresborough Town missed out on the chance to climb into the NCEL Division One play-off places when they were beaten 2-1 on home soil by Eccleshill United.

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