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1st December, 2016

Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2016/17 #34

Hemsworth Miners Welfare were unable to become the fifth Toolstation NCEL side in the Third Round of the Buildbase FA Vase after their tie at Dunston UTS finally took place in midweek.

The game, which had been postponed three times, went ahead on Tuesday with Nicholas Guest netting for Hemsworth in a 3-1 defeat, leaving AFC Mansfield, Bottesford Town, Cleethorpes Town and Staveley Miners Welfare to represent the league at the next stage this weekend.

Cleethorpes will go into their tie in fantastic mood having made it four wins in a row on Wednesday to extend their lead at the top of the Premier Division to five points with two games in hand of second-placed Thackley.

Luke Mascall gave them a nineteenth minute lead at home to Athersley Recreation before McCauley Shilito levelled just after the half-hour mark, Brody Robertson restored the hosts' advantage prior to the interval and Jonathan Oglesby made it a 3-1 victory as the game veered towards second-half stoppage time.

In Division One, four goals from Ashley Flynn helped AFC Emley to a 6-0 win over visitors Worsbrough Bridge Athletic and they climb up into second, two points behind leaders Penistone Church, with Aaron Joseph and Kieran Ryan also getting on the scoresheet.

Hall Road Rangers move into fifth after Sam Belcher's fourteenth minute header claimed a 1-0 victory at home to Teversal, ahead of Hallam who went down 3-2 to Ollerton Town at Sandygate.

Matty Ord put the hosts ahead on three minutes but Sam Dockwray's penalty and a Kyle Ludlow strike had the away side ahead by the opening moments of the second period.

Oliver Beaumont's equaliser quickly followed before Mark Carter got what proved to be the winner with a quarter-of-an-hour remaining to move the Nottinghamshire side up to fourteenth spot.

Meanwhile, there was joy in the North Riding Senior Cup as Pickering Town won their First Round home tie with Redcar Athletic, 3-0, with Joseph Danby, Eddy Birch and Nathan Kamara netting for the Pikes.

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