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Tadcaster celebrate excellent season in NCEL Premier

Celebrating Tadcaster players
Tadcaster Albion won the NCEL Division One title in 2009/2010

Tadcaster Albion are celebrating an outstanding debut season in the NCEL Premier Division, where they finished fourth and won the President's Cup.

"It's been an absolutely terrific season from start to finishm," manager Paul Marshall told BBC Radio York.

"It's nice to get silverware. The target was to finish in the top five and we've done that."

Albion beat Dinnington 3-0 in their last league match then thrashed Farsley 5-1 to secure the President's Cup.

"We've thoroughly enjoyed our first season in the Premier Division," added Marshall.

"I always said the target was to be competitive in every game. We've only let ourselves down on a couple of occasions."

Marshall, who has led both Harrogate Railway and Goole Town into Step Four of the football pyramid, aims to complete a hat-trick with the Brewers.

"The main target and objective over five years is to get into the Evo-stik, or the Unibond as we all remember it. There's no reason why we can't do it.

"It's very difficult to get out of this league, you've got to win the league to get promoted."

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see also
BBC Non-League Show
21 Jul 08 |  Non League
Blue Square Premier commentaries
06 Oct 08 |  Non League
Top five aim for Tadcaster Albion
30 Mar 11 |  Non League
Tadcaster back in hunt for title
21 Feb 11 |  Non League
Tadcaster aim for promotion tilt
13 Jan 11 |  Non League
Tadcaster Albion hit new heights
20 Oct 10 |  Non League
Tadcaster win Division One title
28 Apr 10 |  Non League

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