Sam Scott, York City Knights' forward, will be running the tough Three Peaks challenge this Saturday to raise money and awareness for an illness that is close to home.
Scott is running for the charity, Race Against Dementia. Race Against Dementia was founded in 2016 by F1 legend Jackie Stewart after
York City faced Farsley Celtic away in their second game in the National League North on Saturday. A draw for York at the weekend encouraged fans that their great start to the season could continue.The Minstermen have performed well in both FA Cup qualifying matches and their first league game
The Minstermen are set to make a great start to the 2020-21 season after getting through the second qualifying round of the FA Cup, beating Warrington Rylands 1-0.
However, manager Steve Watson said there is still room for improvement: "The quality on a difficult day was not where we wanted to
So now the dust has settled, and it really has sunk in that COVID-19 has caused our beloved football to be taken away from us, many people are confused as to what to do with their time. For too long we took our weekends in the pub watching the fixtures
A football league aimed at helping men lose weight is coming to York. Man Vs Fat is an initiative created for people who “love football but hate being fat”. The concept began in 2014 when founder Andrew Shanahan realised that there wasn’t a specific weight loss programme that focused on
Betting and beer return to York this weekend as The William Hill Bronte Cupmakes takes place for the second time on Saturday.
Jockey’s from all over the country will be competing in various events for cash prizes as large as £90,000.
The William Hill Extra Place Races Everyday Stakes kicks off the
York City Knights are still hopeful of a playoff place despite their heavy defeat against Featherstone Rovers in the Summer Bash.
The Knights currently sit in 5th place on 18 points with Featherstone closing the gap to two points following their 42-10 victory in Blackpool last weekend. This is the second