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Guiseley 3 Leeds United 4: Whites recover from poor start to tame Lions

IF Garry Monk was trying to keep his ideas under wraps, it is safe to say that his line-up on the first day of the Championship season will look more like it does at Peterborough United this afternoon than it did away at Guiseley last night.

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Guiseley's players celebrate in the dressing room after confirming their status in the National League for a second season. Picture: Steve Riding.

National League: Tough away day openers for Guiseley and York City | North Ferriby host Braintree

GUISELEY and York City have handed long trips south on the opening day of the National League season on August 6.

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England's Rachel Daly (left) celebrates after scoring her sides third goal of the game during the 2017 UEFA Women's European Championship Qualifying match at Adams Park, Wycombe. (Photo: Nigel French/PA Wire)

Harrogate ace Rachel Daly scores on England debut after message of support from Robbie Williams

Harrogate footballer Rachel Daly hailed the “unbelievable feeling” of scoring on her England debut as the national women’s team hammered Serbia 7-0 on Saturday.

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I'M IN CHARGE: New FC Halifax Town boss Billy Heath. 
Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Jim Harvey disappointed after Billy Heath gets FC Halifax Town job

Former FC Halifax Town manager Jim Harvey admits he is ‘very disappointed’ to have left the club after it was announced North Ferriby manager Billy Heath will be the new boss at The Shay.

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Slideshow - A Grand Day Out for FC Halifax Town at Wembley

DESPITE suffering a heartbreaking, final-day relegation from the National League, FC Halifax Town were able to give their fans plenty to cheer about on Sunday when they beat Grimsby Town 1-0 in the FA Trophy Final at Wembley.

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FC Halifax Town manager Jim Harvey is hoisted aloft by his players at Wembley (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe).

FA Trophy win ‘speaks volumes for Halifax’s character’ says hopeful boss Jim Harvey

JIM HARVEY expects to learn today if FC Halifax Town’s Wembley triumph will be his swansong as manager.

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FC Halifax Town celebrate with the FA Trophy after victory over Grimsby Town (
Picture : Jonathan Gawthorpe).

FC Halifax Town 1 Grimsby Town 0: Scott McManus ensures Shaymen’s plan is executed perfectly

TWO divisions will separate these clubs next season but, for one glorious afternoon, FC Halifax Town were able to bridge that gap and ensure the FA Trophy will stay in Yorkshire for another year.

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WINNERS: Halifax fans John Gaukroger and Suzanne Hudson
on Wembley Way .
 Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe.

FA Trophy: FC Halifax Town 1 Grimsby Town 0 - Shaymen ease relegation heartache with fantastic Wembley triumph

FC HALIFAX TOWN eased the pain of relegation from the National League by ending their season on a high with victory over Grimsby Town in the FA Trophy at Wembley today.

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FA Trophy Final Live - FC Halifax Town v Grimsby Town

FC HALIFAX TOWN will attempt to bounce back from the pain of relegation from the National League by finishing the season on a high with victory over Grimsby Town in the FA Trophy final at Wembley.

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FC Halifax goalkeeper Sam Johnson.

FA Trophy: FC Halifax keen to spoil the party for buoyant Grimsby

THE past three weeks could not have been more contrasting for FC Halifax Town and tomorrow’s opponents Grimsby Town.

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FC Halifax Town chairman, David Bosomworth.

Weekend Interview: Wembley final just one step on way back up for FC Halifax Town

IT HAS been a quite remarkable journey.

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Halifax manager Jim Harvey

FC Halifax Town v Grimsby Town: Time for spirits to be lifted after the pain of relegation

ALL EYES in the FC Halifax Town squad will be on Jim Harvey not once, but twice this weekend.

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Dejected Halifax Town players Danny Forrest and Chris Senior after the final whistle. Picture: Gerard Binks.

The day when ‘paupers’ Halifax came so close to defying odds

CHRIS WILDER, during the season his Halifax Town side came within 10 minutes of earning a Football League return, had a neat phrase to sum up life at a club where money was tight and the challenges plentiful.

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TOP DOG: Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson. Picture: Simon Hulme

YP Power Rankings: Who’s top of the tree in Yorkshire?

HERE it is, the final Yorkshire Post Power Rankings list of the regular season, which is now over after 46 games of many ups and downs.

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Fans and players congregate on the Shay pitch after relegation was confirmed for Wembley-bound FC Halifax Town (Picture: Jim Fitton).

Wembley weighs down Halifax with extra bill

FC HALIFAX TOWN chairman David Bosomworth admits the shifting of this year’s FA Trophy final means the club may only break even financially on the Wembley trip.

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Guiseley goalscorers Will Hatfield and Oli Johnson celebrate at the end

Survival ‘absolutely huge’ for Guiseley – Phil Rogerson

GUISELEY chairman Phil Rogerson can give chapter and verse when it comes to tumultuous end-of-season matches.

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Oli Johnson scores the opener for Guiseley as they claimed a victory that kept them in the National League.

Guiseley 4 Torquay United 3: Guiseley staying up after Dudley double

GUISELEY’S joy at staying up was in contrast to the emotions suffered by neighbours FC Halifax.

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An FC Halifax Town player gets a consoling pat from a fan after relegation is confirmed. (Picture: Jim Fitton)

FC Halifax Town 1 Macclesfield 1: Heartache for Halifax in last-day relegation

FC Halifax Town manager Jim Harvey felt his side’s lack of scoring prowess was their undoing after they were relegated from the National League following a draw with Macclesfield at The Shay.

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Halifax's manager Jim Harvey.

Where did it go wrong for FC Halifax Town?

FC Halifax Town have been relegated from the National League - bringing an end to a two-year stint in the fifth tier of the English game.

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FC Halifax Town.

FC Halifax Town 1 Macclesfield 1: Shaymen are relegated

FC Halifax Town were relegated from the National League after drawing 1-1 with Macclesfield and Guiseley beat Torquay 4-3.

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