Worsbrough 3-2 Clipstone

Despite conceding a goal in the 1st minute Worsbrough worked hard and came back to win 3-2 we got the thoughts of Manager Luke Forgione I think it's fair to say that today was a game of two halves. We simply wasn't good enough in the first half for the standards we have set as a group. From the first minute we gave away a sloppy goal and then to be caught from our own corner to concede a second, summed up a disappointing first half which Clipstone had a strong foothold through a system that caused difficulties for us. A few changes at half time and a tactical switch helped us to gain more control of the second half paid

Fudge’s thought’s post Armthorpe

We sat down with Fudge after last weekends victory against Armthorpe Welfare The most pleasing thing about the game was after a few difficult games and losses the group responded brilliantly. Too a man, I thought the boys took board what was asked and executed the game plan brilliantly. We looked at the last few games and our previous games and decided to change a few things and all the credit goes to the boys, they deserved the 3 points. It's always nice to win, after the heavy results we have suffered recently, i an more than pleased for all associated. It has been difficult after a great start to suffer two heavy league defeats in difficult circumstances. But these aren't

Danville signs for Briggers

We are pleased to confirm the signing of Luke Danville from Hemsworth MWFC on a short term loan. Luke has vast experience, is a natural leader and will be fantastic for the changing room and help to guide our younger players on the field in difficult periods. The opportunity to take Luke was a no brainer, even on a short term loan basis. Briggers boss Luke Forgione is naturally pleased, "Whether it is a short term or long term agreement I am sure that Luke will will have a positive impact, giving and sharing his insight and experience in Non League Football and is another voice in the changing room. Everyone knows what he can do on the pitch, but it is

It’s a deal !

Fantastic news for Worsbrough Bridge Athletic Football Club as we have agreed a long term tenure agreement with Worsbrough Sports & Development Association. The Pinto Property Stadium at Park Road has been the home of Worsbrough Bridge AFC for nearly 100 years, and to get such a positive long term tenure agreement is a massive step forward for the club and shows real trust and confidence in the plans the football committee have in place for the future. Mark Booth, Chairman of the club had this to say on the agreement, "I am massively grateful to Worsbrough Sports and Development Association that they have placed their trust in the development plan the club has in place. We have discussed a more long

Ollerton Town 2-0 The Briggers

Worsbrough fell to the 2nd defeat in 7 days at the hands of Ollerton Town with goals from Benjamin Partridge and Samuel Geeves handing them the victory. Worsbrough have taken 19 points from a potential 27 and although defeat hurts, with a young squad we can only take heart. Worsbrough's next game is the 21'st against Selby Town at The Pinto Property Stadium #backthebriggers

Worsbrough Bridge 1-2 Maine Road

Worsbrough Bridge AFC bowed out of the Fa Vase at the hands of Maine Road FC this afternoon. A opening goal from Ben Mooney handed the visitors a lead in the 24th minute before Michael Jepps equalised for The Briggers. The game looked as though it was heading to penalties before Euan Melia scored in the 92nd minute to give the Mancunians a 2nd qualifying round tie away at Goole Worsbrough now turn their attention to an away game at Ollerton Town on Saturday 18th September https://youtu.be/EzQYo9JcRIQ

Jimmy Pursell Debut Strike earns Worsbrough All 3 Points at Dronfield.

We spoke to Manager Luke Forgione after the 1-0 victory Against Dronfield Town. Jimmy Pursell scored in the 20th minute on his full debut for the club to return the 3 points to the Pinto Property Stadium. Luke had this to say: After highlighting our slow starts on the road, today was totally different. From the first whistle we started well and we was on the front creating a couple of good chances which could of been taken. After some great play, Jimmy, calmly slotted home on the 20th minute mark with a nicely taken goal. Thereafter, the game intensity dropped, in warm conditions. We had some good passages of play with Dronfield being a handful from set pieces as we continued