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2nd March, 2017
Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2016/17 #58
Cleethorpes Town and Pontefract Collieries stretched their leads at the top of their respective Toolstation NCEL Premier Division and Division One tables in midweek.
Cleethorpes are now eight points clear of Pickering Town having claimed a comfortable 4-1 home win over Worksop Town.
Mitch Husbands put the visitors ahead but Jonathan Oglesby and Brody Robertson netted to give the Owls a 2-1 lead at the interval before Andrew Taylor got their third and Oglesby grabbed his second of the evening in injury time.
Bottesford Town drew 3-3 at home with Liversedge in a thrilling game where Joe Walton's 80th minute strike had seemingly given the away side the points but Wayne Graves netted an equaliser as the match edged towards stoppage time to share the spoils.
In Division One, Ponte, meanwhile, raced into a three goal lead by half-time at Westella & Willerby, Christopher Jackson's brace added to by a Michael Dunn strike.
And, although Alex Wood scored for the next-to-bottom hosts in the second period, the Colls claimed a 3-1 win to move nine points clear at the summit whilst Westella remain in the relegation zone.
Eccleshill United tightened their hold on tenth spot as they moved five points away from the team just below them Winterton Rangers by beating them 1-0 at West Street, Matthew Waller with the fifth minute goal.
AFC Emley and Penistone Church are the first teams to book their place in the League Cup Semi-Finals.
Kieran Ryan, Matthew Jackson and Ashley Flynn got on the scoresheet for Emley as the Division One promotion chasers won 3-0 at Premier Division Rainworth Miners Welfare.
There were two goals each for Brett Lovell and Andrew Ring as Penistone swept aside fellow Division One visitors Teversal, 5-1.
Handsworth Parramore moved into the last four of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup as Jon Froggatt and Aaron Moxam scored to claim a 2-0 win at Staveley Miners Welfare.
Meanwhile, one Premier Division game and three Division One matches fell victim to waterlogged pitches whilst the League Cup Quarter-Final between Hallam and Harrogate Railway Athletic was called off pending an investigation into a possible ineligible player fielded by Harrogate in a previous round of the competition.
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