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Bucks Make It A 'Double'

27th April, 2006

Buxton have become only the second side in NCEL history to successfully defend their Presidents Cup title.

They beat hosts Selby 1-0 in this evening's second leg to win 2-0 on aggregate.

It means a League and Cup double for Buxton who claimed the Premier Division title at the weekend.

Before this season, North Ferriby United had been the only side to win the Presidents Cup two seasons running, in 1999 and 2000, in the competition's sixteen-year history.

Bucks Are Premier Division Champions

22nd April, 2006

Congratulations to Buxton who have taken the Premier Division title today with a 4-0 win at Thackley.

A Mark Reed brace and one each for Stewart Copnell and Jordan Hall means they have clinched their first championship in 33 years.

They are nine points clear of Liversedge who have only two games left to play.

Bucks Cup Tie Goes Ahead

2nd September, 2005

THE FA have thrown out the charge that Buxton fielded an ineligible player in their FA Cup Preliminary Round tie on Saturday.

Their opponents Newcastle Town had lodged a protest saying that goalkeeper Ayden Duffy was not properly registered for the game that was drawn 1-1.

An FA hearing made their verdict at Soho Square this morning.

The replay will now take place at the Silverlands on Tuesday night, ko 7.45pm, meaning their Premier Division visit to Glapwell scheduled for that night will now be re-arranged.

Cup Tie Suspended Pending FA Hearing

30th August, 2005

Buxton's FA Cup Preliminary Round Replay, due to be played on Wednesday night, has been called off following a protest by their opponents, Newcastle Town.

It relates to the eligibility of a Buxton player, Ayden Duffy, who played as goalkeeper in the first game on Saturday 27th August 2005.

The grounds of the protest are that he did not have the correct permission from his registered club Lincoln City FC to play as a work experience player.

It will now be the subject of a meeting of an FA Cup Protest Sub-Committee to be held on Friday 2nd September 2005.

Tables

NCEL Premier Division P Pts +/-
P 1 BuxtonBuxton 38 95 75
2 LiversedgeLiversedge 38 80 57
P 3 Harrogate Railway AthleticHarrogate RA 38 73 43
4 SheffieldSheffield 38 70 20
5 Arnold TownArnold Town (-3) 38 67 27
6 Pickering TownPickering Town 38 66 21
7 Sutton TownSutton Town 38 60 21
8 Selby TownSelby Town 38 56 -2
9 ThackleyThackley (-3) 38 54 -3
10 Armthorpe WelfareArmthorpe Welfare 38 47 -12
11 GlapwellGlapwell 38 47 -25
12 Garforth TownGarforth Town (-1) 38 46 -7
13 Mickleover SportsMickleover Spts 38 44 -22
14 Eccleshill UnitedEccleshill United 38 43 -4
15 Shirebrook TownShirebrook Town (-3) 38 40 -26
16 Glasshoughton WelfareGlasshoughton Welf 38 38 -18
17 HallamHallam 38 38 -29
18 Maltby MainMaltby Main (-1) 38 37 -18
19 Long Eaton UnitedLong Eaton United (-3) 38 29 -39
20 Brodsworth WelfareBrodsworth Welf 38 23 -59
NCEL Division One P Pts +/-
P 1 Carlton TownCarlton Town 30 73 41
P 2 Retford UnitedRetford United 30 65 46
3 Tadcaster AlbionTadcaster Albion 30 64 20
4 Gedling TownGedling Town 30 62 41
5 Winterton RangersWinterton Rangers 30 61 44
6 ParkgateParkgate 30 59 47
7 Lincoln MoorlandsLincoln Moorlands 30 49 16
8 Borrowash VictoriaBorrowash Victoria 30 49 5
9 Worsbrough Bridge Miners WelfareWorsbrough 30 38 -10
10 Staveley Miners WelfareStaveley MW 30 31 -13
11 Pontefract CollieriesPontefract Colls 30 25 -21
12 Rossington MainRossington Main 30 25 -29
13 South Normanton AthleticSth Normanton 30 24 -42
14 Hall Road RangersHall Road Rangers 30 23 -44
15 TeversalTeversal 30 21 -50
16 Yorkshire AmateurYorkshire Amateur 30 16 -51

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