Dewsbury semi professional footballer Rob Bordman produced a wonder strike from around 45 yards out to help Ossett Town defeat Bradford City 2-0 in a pre-season friendly on Tuesday.
It capped a truly amazing day for the St John Fisher Sunday League player as the goal came just hours after the birth of his baby daughter Matilda (Tilly).
To see a video of Bordman’s wonder goal visit www.dewsburyreporter.co.uk.
Bordman had two spells with Liversedge and the Northern Counties East League Premier side are also in pre-season action next week.
Saturday’s scheduled friendly against Westella Villa has been postponed but Sedge welcome Beeston St Anthony’s to Clayborn next Tuesday and have a hastily arranged friendly against Yorkshire Amateurs on Thursday, both games kick off at 7.30pm.
Liversedge are at home to Worsbrough Bridge Athletic on Saturday August 2 (2pm) and end their pre-season programme with the visit of Harrogate Railway on Tuesday August 5 (7.30pm).
Liversedge begin their NCE Premier Division programme at home to Cleethorpes Town on Saturday August 9 (3pm) before travelling to Worksop Town on Wednesday August 15 (7.45pm).
With the start of the new season just three weeks away, Liversedge are still looking to appoint a new chairman.
The club have met with a couple of potential candidates but are yet to decide which route to take.
Steve Newton stepped down as chairman in May but will remain involved with the club.