LIVERSEDGE were denied promotion from the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division last season, looking a good bet for the title before the campaign was declared null and void in March.

And they continue to make big signings in order to try and overcome that disappointment, with another two players joining the club in the last few days.

Experienced striker Carl Stewart comes in, having previously played at a higher level for the likes of Tadcaster Albion, Scarborough Athletic and Frickley Athletic.

Meanwhile, someone who is more than familiar with Clayborn has returned for another spell at the club.

Popular defender Kevy Tarangadzo has re-signed for Sedge, having also turned out for Brighouse Town, Yorkshire Amateur and Harrogate Railway in the past.

They are the latest additions to Jonathan Rimmington's side, who have also brought in the likes of Ross Daly, Joe Gaughan, Adam Field, Paul Walker and Jordan Porter in the close season.

With the likes of attacking trio Alfie Raw, Joe Walton and Oliver Fearon all agreeing to stay at the club too, they look like being one of the title favourites once again for the 2020/21 campaign.

The club have sorted out some new transport to away games too. It has been branded with the Liversedge logo and is sponsored by the Jo Cox Foundation.

Sedge's unveiling of it on Saturday drew an impressed response from fans and those in the wider community.

They have also been busy replacing the dugouts over the last few days.