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Thursday, May 31, 2012

News Round-Up

Newport's move to Rodney Parade has been agreed and now awaits Conference approval. They have to have approval by 5pm for the move to take place for the coming season. Darlington have announced that they will play at Bishop Auckland next season rather than Shildon after concerns over safety at Shildon's Dean Street ground. Bishop Auckland's Heritage Park site is higher graded and would allow the Quakers to compete in the Evo-Stik League if they win their appeal against their current league placing.

Macclesfield's Supporters Trust reports that it's chief met with club owner Amar Alkhadi to discuss recent upheavals at the club. Alkhadi promised to channel sufficient funds into the club to challenge for promotion, and denied claims he was looking to sell their Moss Rose home. Dartford have won an "Observer Ethical Award" for their Princes Park home. The stadium has a grass roof, solar panelling, water recycling facilites, and bike racks.

Barrow have confirmed that they will be seeking a fee from Macclesfield for winger Jack Mackreth after the youngster turned down their improved offer for the coming season to move to Moss Rose. Alfreton have bought 500 seats from Kettering's former Rockingham Road home to install in their Impact Arena home.

Bath have made their Commercial Manager and Communications Manager redundant following their relegation from the Conference. They say the moves on the full-time posts are as a result of "the prevailing financial enviroment". Macclesfield have named Jon Harris as the club's new Chief Executive, moving up from the General Manager role he took up in October. He had held similar positions at Wrexham and Shrewsbury.