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11th December, 2016

Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2016/17 #37

Cleethorpes Town are now seven points clear at the top of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division after their 4-2 home win over Rainworth Miners Welfare on Saturday.

Their fifth straight win was kicked off by a seventeenth minute opener from Alexander Flett but Tomas Poole quickly levelled and Declan Brewin had the visitors ahead before Luke Mascall restored parity just before half-time.

Then, Brody Robertson claimed the Owls' third on the hour mark and a late Peter Winn penalty confirmed the victory that proved priceless as second placed Thackley could only draw 0-0 at next-to-bottom Parkgate.

Bridlington Town's charge up the table continued with the Seasiders now third following their 5-1 win at Clipstone, Brett Agnew's hat trick helping them to that triumph with further goals from Chris Jenkinson and Nicky McNamara.

There were also hat tricks for Aaron Moxam and Jon Froggatt as Handsworth Parramore climb to fourth with their 7-1 home victory over Harrogate Railway Athletic whilst Pickering Town fell to fifth after their 2-2 draw with visitors Staveley Miners Welfare, Eddy Birch with their equaliser with a quarter-of-an-hour remaining.

Joe Walton struck twice for Liversedge as they won 3-1 at home to Maltby Main and they are now sixth in the table.

Armthorpe Welfare jumped out of the relegation zone as they claimed a 3-2 victory at Bottesford Town, Tom McLaughlin with a dramatic injury time winner to move them above Retford United who drop into the bottom three after their 5-1 home loss to Athersley Recreation, Kai Hancock a hat trick hero for the away side.

Barton Town Old Boys stay bottom but are now just three points from safety after their 6-3 win at eighth placed Hemsworth Miners Welfare, the Swans' Jonathan O'Callaghan another added to the list of players to score three goals at the weekend.

There was also an away win for Worksop Town who are now tenth following their 4-1 success at Garforth Town, Kyle Jordan with two of the Tigers' goals.

All of the leading seven sides in Division One were winners, leaving AFC Emley at the summit in a tight top five.

Ashley Flynn scored both of Emley's goals in a 2-0 victory at Ollerton Town so they stay a point clear of Penistone Church who, thanks to strikes from Daniel Joynes, Dale Kelly and Lewis Dickinson, won 3-1 at next-to-bottom Westella & Willerby.

Christopher Wood, Spencer Clarke and Jordan Turner netted for third placed Pontefract Collieries in their 3-1 win at Glasshoughton Welfare whilst Hall Road Rangers remain fourth with a 5-0 defeat of hosts Worsbrough Bridge Athletic.

A brace from Luke Fanthorpe saw Grimsby Borough win 2-1 at Winterton Rangers to keep within touching distance in fifth and Tom Roebuck's double helped Hallam keep sixth spot as they saw off visitors Teversal, 4-2.

Campion strengthened their grip on seventh as they won 5-1 at Yorkshire Amateur as eighth placed Knaresborough Town drew 0-0 at home with Rossington Main.

Bottom side Nostell Miners Welfare were beaten 4-2 at Eccleshill United, goals in the last twenty minutes from Matthew Storr and Andrew Cooper claiming the victory for the Eagles.

Shirebrook Town won 2-1 at home to Dronfield Town thanks to goals from Bruno Holden and the spoils were shared between Selby Town and Brigg Town where it finished 2-2.

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