North Riding


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North Riding

(until 1974) an administrative division of Yorkshire, now constituting most of North Yorkshire

North Riding

 

a former administrative division (together with the East Riding and the West Riding) of the county of Yorkshire in Great Britain. Located in northeastern England. Area, 5,500 sq km. Population, 724,500 (1971). In 1974 most of the North Riding became part of the county of North Yorkshire.

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Steven Wade, North Riding FA chief executive, said: "Excitement is building here at North Riding FA for what promises to be another fantastic showcase of grassroots football in our county.
The North soon levelled, then took the lead Liverpool equalised when Jordan Evan-son crossed for Douglas to net and force extra time North Riding made it 3-2, but Matthe Swash wiped out this advantage.
North Riding's Sonny Andrews was particularly impressive and twice went close to increasing the lead.
Birmingham battered North Riding's goal in the second half but could find no way through.
Or he could always try and get a late entry into the North Riding Cup .
North Riding (England) are in Group Two and begin their campaign on Sunday, against West Slovakia, followed by a clash with Romanian side Buzau on Wednesday, next week.
Russell Spence scored twice, with Anton Buchan, part of the North Riding Football League rep side, striking the other.
At a lively gathering, at the North Riding FA HQ, Stokesley, the NRFL also appointed the highly-experienced Ken Clark as their new secretary.
Rangers pulled a goal back at the death, but it was too little too late as Town ran out comfortable winner to take the North Riding Womens title for the second time in five years.
The one match in the North Riding Football League First Division saw inconsistent Loftus Athletic, in fifth, see off sixth-placed Stokesley Sports Club Reserves, 4-2.
IT'S looking increasingly like a twohorse race at the top of the North Riding Football League Premier Division as just two points separate leaders Boro Rangers from secondplaced Fishburn Park.
FISHBURN Park missed out on an opportunity to regain the lead in the North Riding Football League Premier Division after a surprise 4-3 home defeat to Guisborough United.

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