Friday, October 07, 2022


Brigg Town Football Club host second-in-the table Rossington Main at the EC Surfacing Stadium on Saturday (October 8).
The Zebras, who are currently fifth, are six points behind the South Yorkshire side.
Both these teams have lost only once in the league this season.
Brigg's average home crowd in Toolstation Northern Counties East Division One is 297 for the current campaign, and another sizeable attendance is anticipated tomorrow for a game kicking off at 3pm.
Pip's Kitchen will have food available and the licensed Hawthorns bar will be open.
Brigg Town Development journey down the A15 to Nettleham for a game in the Balcan Lighting Supplies Lincolnshire League Premier.
In the EC Surfacing Scunthorpe & District League tomorrow afternoon, Barnetby United have a Division One home fixture against old rivals College Wanderers at the railway village's Silver Street venue.
Briggensians will be visiting Scotter United Reserves in Division Two.
Brigg Hockey Club men's and ladies' league matches will be played on the all-weather pitch at the Recreation Ground on Saturday, from 12.30pm onwards.
The latest Ancholme Valley Way Parkrun will be held in Brigg on Saturday, starting at 9am from the Ancholme Way Bridge and following a 5k course. Last week's event attracted 104 competitors. View full results and times here...
Ancholme Rowing Club, from Brigg, will be hosting its annual Ancholme Head event on Sunday, October 9.
Racing will be in two divisions, starting at 11am and 2.30pm, following a straight 2,750m course on our local river.
Male and female members from clubs across the north and midlands will be taking part in this long-established event which attracts dozens of rowers, supporters and spectators.
Crews will be timed from the south side of Broughton Bridge to the north side of the M180 Bridge.
Brigg's Black Bull footballers will be playing their first Scunthorpe & District League match of the season on Sunday.
Their Division Two opponents at Brigg Rec will be Ashby Mill Road (kick off 10.30am).
Also in action in this section on Sunday morning will be Hibaldstow who host Blyborough United.
In Division Three, Wrawby Millers have home advantage against Brumby FC.
Brigg Town B visit Drum FC in the Hull & District Veterans League.
Brigg Town Ladies will be at home to Crowle in a league game at the EC Surfacing Stadium on Sunday (2pm).
The Elsham Golf Club Academy is hosting 'try golf for free' taster sessions for junior players on Saturday and Sunday. Places need to be booked in advance. Here's a link...