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Railway boss highlights lack of fitness following Staveley loss

Harrogate Railway manager Marlon Adams believes that his players must get fitter if they are to start climbing the NCEL Premier Division table.

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Harrogate Railway's Ruben Jerome is scythed down by Garforth goalkeeper Pete Lawrie. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Railway denied by late stunner in eight-goal thriller at Garforth

Harrogate Railway boss Marlon Adams said he was left “gutted” after seeing his side denied a thrilling comeback victory at Garforth Town by an 85th-minute strike.

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Marlon Adams' tenure as Harrogate Railway boss began with a convincing victory. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Five-star Railway shine for new boss

Marlon Adams’ first game in charge of Harrogate Railway ended in a 5-2 thrashing of the NCEL Premier Division’s bottom side, Clipstone.

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Marlon Adams is Harrogate Railway's new manager. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Adams ‘ecstatic’ after being handed Railway job

Marlon Adams has spoken of his delight at being handed the managerial hotseat at Harrogate Railway.

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Luke Stewart fired Harrogate Railway to victory at Albion Sports. Picture: Craig Dinsdale

Stewart stunner earns Railway a win at long last

An acrobatic Luke Stewart strike helped Harrogate Railway end a run of 12 consecutive league defeats, on the road at Albion Sports.

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Liam Gray in action during his time as player-boss of Harrogate Railway. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Railway’s search for new manager goes on

Harrogate Railway remain on the look-out for a new manager following their sacking of player-boss Liam Gray last week.

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Dionisio Mendes in action during Harrogate Railway's home loss to Pontefract Collieries. Pictures: Caught Light Photography

Managerless Railwaymen hit for six by Pontefract

Just days after relieving Liam Gray of his position as player-manager, Harrogate Railway suffered another heavy defeat in the NCEL Premier Division.

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Harrogate Railway have now lost 11 league games in a row

Another loss for beleaguered Railway

Harrogate Railway remain mired in the NCEL Premier Division relegation zone after they suffered an eleventh consecutive league defeat.

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From the archives: Day the 'Rail knocked Harrogate Town out of the FA Cup

A derby match between two teams a mile apart. The prize a place in the FA Cup proper. It's the stuff of dreams for a football fan.

Shane Hamilton competes for the ball during Harrogate Railways heavy FA Vase defeat at Ryhope Colliery Welfare

Railway thrashed by Ryhope

Harrogate Railway endured another difficult afternoon when they were thrashed 10-1 by Ryhope Colliery Welfare in the first round proper of the FA Vase.

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Shane Hamilton in action during Harrogate Railway's midweek defeat at Bridlington Town. Picture: Dom Taylor

Late horror show proves costly for Railway once again

Harrogate Railway looked to have earned themselves a valuable point at promotion-chasing Bridlington Town on Tuesday evening when they netted an 85th-minute equaliser.

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George Eustance scored a stunning goal to seal Harrogate Railway's progress into first round of the FA Vase. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Eustance wonder goal seals Railway’s Vase progress

A stunning George Eustance strike from close to the halfway line saw Harrogate Railway to a narrow victory at Willington in the second qualifying round of the FA Vase.

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Harrogate Railway's Elliott Williams in action against Bottesford. Picture: Adrian Murray

Defensive frailties prove costly as Railwaymen lose again

A leaky defence once again proved Harrogate Railway’s undoing as they slipped to another NCEL Premier Division defeat, this time at the hands of Bottesford Town.

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Disappointed: Harrogate Railway's player-manager Liam Gray. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Railway boss demands players make up for midweek disappointment

Harrogate Railway boss Liam Gray has said that his side need to take three points from Saturday’s home clash with Bottesford Town as they look to atone for a disappointing midweek reverse.

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George Eustance created four goals in the second half as Harrogate Railway came from behind to beat Darlington Railway Athletic. Picture: Caught Light Photography

Railway fight back to win 10-goal FA Vase thriller

Harrogate Railway progressed to the second qualifying round of the FA Vase after recovering from 4-2 down to win a 10-goal thriller at Darlington Railway Athletic.

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Harrogate Railway face Darlington Railway in FA Vase

Two football clubs with historic links to the railway lock horns on Saturday in the FA Vase first qualifying round.
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Dionisio Mendes bagged a brace against Rainworth. Picture: Caught Light Photography

First-half blitz fires Railway to emphatic home victory

Four goals in the space of 22 first-half minutes fired Harrogate Railway to an emphatic 4-1 success over Rainworth Miners Welfare in the NCEL Premier Division.

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Jason Price netted his first goal for Harrogate Railway but couldn't save his side from defeat to Hall Road Rangers. Picture: Adrian Murray

Railway lose out at Hall Road

Harrogate Railway slipped to a fourth defeat in five games when they went down 3-1 at Hall Road Rangers.

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Railway's Dan McDdaid looks for a way though the Kendal Town defence during Saturday's FA Cup clash at Station View. Picture: Adrian Murray

Railway’s FA Cup dream still alive as 10 men take Kendal to a replay

Harrogate Railway held Kendal Town to a 1-1 draw in Saturday’s FA Cup preliminary round clash at Station View, despite playing a third of the game with just 10 men.

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Adam Carter was sent off in the closing stages of Harrogate Railway's midweek defeat at Staveley Miners Welfare. Picture: Adrian Murray

Railway chief turns attentions to FA Cup tie after Staveley defeat

Harrogate Railway boss Liam Gray says his players must put their midweek disappointment at Staveley Miners Welfare behind them and approach Saturday’s FA Cup clash with Kendal Town believing that they can cause an upset.

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