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management team agree long-term deals


Hednesford Town have today confirmed that the club's management team have all agreed to long-term deals with the Pitmen from 2021-2022 onwards. Manager Keenen Meakin-Richards, assistant manager Graham Deakin and head coach Jemiah Richards have all signed a whopping three-year deal each to lead the club into the club's Southern League Central campaign next season, looking to continue the steady progress made under their stewardship after Andy Morrell's departure in September 2020


League News

2020-2021 season voided


Following yesterday's roadmap announcement from the Government, the FA and it's affiliates have met today to decide on the remainder of the 2020-2021 season at steps 3-7 of non-league football. It was concluded that with so much football still to be played and with the majority of clubs voting for an immediate end to the campaign that the season would be voided once more as it had been in 2019-2020. This decision - ratified today by the trident leagues - comes as little surprise to many after last week's voiding of National League North and South and gives clubs the ability to move on once more


Player news

Ison moves to Keys Park


The Pitmen have today confirmed that they have captured the signing of 24-year-old centre-back Lewis Ison from Midland Football League side Coventry United. Coventry-born Ison was in his second spell at his hometown club, having rejoined them in July 2019 from Nuneaton Borough. He has also spent two years as a professional at Bristol Rovers, spending a long spell out in 2017-2018 after suffering an ACL injury which checked his progress at the Memorial Stadium. Welcome Lewis


Player news

Turner departs for Leamington

The Pitmen have today confirmed that young striker Dan Turner has made the step up to join Vanarama National League North side Leamington. The former Port Vale striker has scored five goals for the Pitmen in his time at the PRG Stadium @ Keys Park and has elected to join Paul Holleran's Brakes on a deal to continue his football with no likely games for Hednesford between now and the summer months. We wish Dan well at Leamington and thank him for his service at Hednesford


League Statement

Southern League Statement


The Southern Premier League have today released a statement as a response to the Government's announcement today on a further national lockdown. As a result of this, the Southern League and all of the other trident leagues from steps 3-6 of the non-league pyramid have been place on hold indefinitely, making the likelihood of a finish to the 2020-2021 season now highly unlikely with over three-quarters of the campaign still to play and a second successive season being voided as a result

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