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5th March, 2017
Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2016/17 #59
Heavy rain put paid to all but eight matches in the Toolstation NCEL on Saturday with four matches each in the Premier Division and Division One.
Second-placed Pickering Town could only cut the gap to Premier Division leaders Cleethorpes Town to seven points as they drew 1-1 at Maltby Main.
The Pikes needed a late equaliser from Samuel Denton to get something from the game after Ryan Carroll had put the home side ahead midway through the first period.
Barton Town Old Boys are out of the relegation zone for the first time since the beginning of October after they picked up a vital 1-0 win at AFC Mansfield.
Thomas Waudby's 27th minute spot kick earned them three points that sees the Swans go above Armthorpe Welfare and Parkgate who are both now below the dreaded dotted line.
A winner from Keaton Ward six minutes from time saw Clipstone snatch a dramatic 4-3 win at Albion Sports after Karl Hall and Asif Hussain's penalty had seemingly rescued a point for the hosts after the Cobras had stormed into a 3-1 lead.
And, goals from Nicholas Langford and Matthew Harris saw Rainworth Miners Welfare to a 2-0 victory at Staveley Miners Welfare to further ease any lingering relegation worries for the Wrens.
In Division One, Ashley Flynn's hat-trick, taking him to 50 goals this season, helped AFC Emley beat visitors Campion, 4-1, to move within six points of leaders Pontefract Collieries.
Jordan Coduri's penalty had drawn the Pewits level after Eli Hey had given the away side a one goal lead at the interval.
Penistone Church consolidated fourth spot with a 3-0 defeat of Rossington Main, Andrew Ring, Benjamin Rhodes and Brett Lovell netting for the hosts.
A 4-0 win at Ollerton Town moved seventh-placed Knaresborough Town to within a point of the play-off zone, Brad Walker's first half strike added to after the break by James Bradley, Fraser Lancaster and Colin Heath.
And, Winterton Rangers came from behind to beat visitors Selby Town, 2-1, Andrew Harrison with what proved to be the winner just after the hour mark.
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