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The popularity of synthetic pitches within top-level sport is growing year-on-year and no more so than within football.
This Saturday will be a sad day for Norton United when they play their last game as a senior club writes NLD North East writer Ray Simpson
Two Non-League clubs with a link to one of the world's biggest clubs celebrated title wins on Tuesday night as FC United of Manchester and Salford City completed long awaited promotions.
As a child growing up it's a safe bet you dreamt about scoring the winning goal in a cup final for your club. Maybe you dreamt about being manager one day.
A death, a painful one, but a neccassary one.  Chester City, one of the most famous lower league clubs died in 2010.  In their place Chester FC, inspired by volunteers, now flourish.
Just as Manchester has defined the soundtrack to two generation's upbringing, one of its clubs is defining the future of its communities.
It shouldn’t be difficult to recognise a Worthing FC fan at the moment. Red shirt, chewed fingernails, and a confused expression alternating between blind panic and amazed optimism writes NLD South East writer Ian Townsend.
My first column talking about non-league football in Derbyshire just happens to coincide with some busy goings on at the club I cover home and away, Ilkeston FC writes NLD's Derbyshire writer Mark Duffy
Jake Woolley believes that he with his Coalville team mates defeat the odds to win the Westerby Cup and end the season on a high writes NLD's Midlands writer Ian Turner
So here we are, the business end of the season as it is all too regularly called. A place where ambitions are realised, dreams are dashed and nightmares are played out in the hazy backdrop…

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