Club Announcement

Forgione commits to Briggers We are delighted to confirm that Luke Forgione has committed himself to the club for our Centenary Season in 2022/23. The club held talks with Luke after the season to discuss ambitions, the club vision and plans in an open and honest discussion. Club Chairman Mark Booth commented on the talks, "It was important for both Luke and the club to sit and review the season and talk about the plans and vision for the future. Luke, his management team and players had an excellent season and we are keen to look to build on this as we move into our Centenary Year. We have some exciting plans for 2022/23 and 2023/24 and very much wanted Luke to

Worsbrough 3-0 Retford

As usual Gav spoke to Fudge after tonight's victory against Retford. Last night was up there with our best performances this season for sure, if not our best. After the draw at Nostell on Friday, which we left feeling a little disappointed not to win, although Nostell had the best two chances early on, we felt we created several chances to win that game, last night was even more important to win to achieve our own personal objectives. Retford are sitting sixth on the edge of the play offs and have a great season, so we knew we were in for a tough game. There was extra spice added to the game, from the first game, which the lads hadn’t forgot

Worsbrough 4-2 Teversal

Our reporter/masterchef Gav caught up with Fudge after the match After the midweek win away at Clipstone, it was important that we backed it up with another 3 points. On paper we should of been expected to win this game, against a team that were bottom of the league, but we all know in football league position can sometimes go out of the window. The club continues to do amazing things against the weather to ensure games go ahead, however at the moment the pitch is still very difficult and makes it a leveller. Something we haven’t adapted to all that well over the last few months, but it's all about learning. We started the game on the front foot but

Clipstone 0-2 Worsbrough

Gav caught up with Fudge shortly after the match and he had this to say about Saturday's game against Armthorpe: "After what was a disappointing performance on Saturday, a game that Armthorpe deserved to win undoubtedly on the day, we were left disappointed and frustrated as we felt we played a massive part in the result. We were simply not at it and we helped to give Armthorpe a leg up with some poor goals conceded." However the team bounced back with a win against our next opponents, Clipstone. Luke went on to say: "Last night we managed to get a clean sheet which is massively important to us, as this is something we haven’t done for a while. We all know if

Player Interview – Harry Scott

Our roving reporter Gav Frost asked if he could catch up our keeper Harry Scott. Of course we said, so we waited for Harry to return from the United States and at no expense to the club here is what Harry had to say on his return to the club. GF - So Harry welcome back. The first time I saw you play for Worsbrough Bridge was away at Retford last season, what was it like being thrown into a NCEL team that at the time was deep in a relegation battle? HS - It was tough game to be in especially at this level. I had been away from the team for some months, so it was a big game to

Glasshoughton 1 Briggers 2

The Briggers bounced back with a hard fought win away at Glasshoughton with goals from Lewis O'Connor and Mike Jepps before a 91st minute Glassy header made it a grandstand finish.Overall it was a deserved 3 points on the road to complete a league double against the West Yorkshire rivals. Gav caught up with manager Luke Forgione after the full time whistle After losing to Dronfield two week a go. I felt, that you could sense that the lads were chomping at the bit in training on Thursday. We had to finish training on Thursday early as i thought the boys were playing like it was a match, which is always a good sign. We seemed to build on that today and

Parkgate 1-2 Briggers

The Briggers started 2022 with 3 hard earned points away against Parkgate FC to complete the league double over the South Yorkshire rivals with goals from Captain Conor Glavin and a second half winner from Alex Hutchinson. Thanks to everyone that made the trip to support the Briggers it was a great turnout and your support continues to help the team and hopefully the win and 3 points was worth the trip on a cold night. We caught up with Manager Luke Forgione after the match and asked him for his thoughts on the first win of 2022. "I think it’s fair to say that last night was a game that we all eagerly anticipated after what seems to have been

Player Interview – Maxim Hague

Our over-worked reporter Gav Frost has been busy again, in the latest of our player interviews we caught up with our defender Maxim Hague. GF - So far this season you have made 14 appearances for the 1st team, how do you feel you have performed? MH - After making 14 appearances so far, I feel like I have developed as it's helped me to understand my role and helped me to understand the league even more and in particular the style of play and quality of players in the league. I think I started the season brightly and have recently had some good and bad performances. My goal for the rest of the season is to try and be more consistent

Signing News

We are pleased to confirm that we have today completed the signing of Aidan Smith from Selby Town. The signing further bolsters the Briggers squad for the second half of the season and adds further quality to the talented group of players at the club. Briggers boss Luke Forgione had the following to say on the new signing, "We are pleased to welcome Aidan to the club. He is another talented young player who fits into our recruitment strategy. We believe we now have two of the best young goalkeepers in the league on their day. Both Aidan and Ross (Pritchard) will be competing for the number 1 jersey at the club and I am sure both lads will be pushing to

Player Interview – Alex Hutchinson

In the latest of our player interviews, our roving reporter Gav Frost has battled through the snow and ice to catch up with Alex Hutchinson. GF - So Alex, you have been at the club now for just over a year, how do you think the team has changed since you joined? AH - When I first came down to Worsborough we were a team that everyone overlooked because we we were a very young dressing room. We started off as the underdogs with nothing to lose and ended up on a good run. I think that has changed a bit now, teams are talking about us and wanting to come and cause an upset against us. GF - We have quite an