Welcome to the new-look JCT600 Bradford League website which has been redesigned for the start of the 2013 season.
All of the old features of the site have been retained and some new ones added.
The new design makes greater use of the many excellent pictures taken by Mike Baker and has improved navigation.
The aim of the redesign has been to provide our many followers with a a site that has a fresh and modern look without losing the qualities that have made the site so popular over the past eight years.
The redesign has been overseen by the the league's development officer Alan Birkinshaw. He said: "We felt it was time we modernised the appearance of the site and over the past two months that change has been taking place.
"The website now plays a huge role in both internal and external communication so it is something we have great pride in.
"It has proved to be an exhaustive process and it isn't complete yet. The club history section will be worked on and updated before being added to the new-look site in the near future. We will also endeavour to add more archive material once time allows.
"Among the new features introduced is Twitter. This is an extremely important vehicle for getting out quick pieces of news and information as well as scores. One of it great benefits is that it enables me to update information onto the Twiitter feed wherever I am.
"In the redesign you will see on the drop down menus at the top of the page a new section called Match Centre. This is where all of your fixtures, results, tables, results and scoreboards will appear.
"Many hours of work have gone into this project and I apologise for the fact that there has been a reduced news service while I have devoted my time to getting the site ready for use. I hope you enjoy it."
League chief executive David Young is delighted to have the new-look site ready for the start of the season. He said: "When we took the decision in February to make the change we always knew it would be a tight schedule, but we have made it.
"We had felt for some time that the it needed a lift, but it has become such a big entity that that wasn't going to be a either an easy or small task.
"Many of the changes we have made are subtle ones which have resulted from your feedback and comments. I am sure you will agree that the greater use of Mike Baker's photographs has made a big impact.
"Rest assured, we will continue to look to improve and develop the site."