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9th March, 2017
Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2016/17 #60
Extra-time goals from Jordan Harrison and Joel Sutton secured Bridlington Town a place in the semi-finals of the Toolstation NCEL League Cup in midweek.
The Seasiders had found themselves behind to visitors AFC Mansfield through a first-half injury time strike from Jordan Annable.
They then had to wait until the 85th minute before Harrison converted his first goal of the evening to send the tie into a further half-hour.
Sutton and Harrison once more found the net to send them through alongside Penistone Church and AFC Emley with the fourth spot yet to be decided.
In the Premier Division, Handsworth Parramore have a tighter grip on fifth spot after their 4-0 home win over Barton Town Old Boys who remain just outside the relegation zone.
Stephen Warne and Jon Froggatt netted before the interval whilst Reece Hands and Alex Rippon scored in the second period.
Staveley Miners Welfare climbed four places to seventh as they beat hosts Athersley Recreation, 5-1.
Tyla Bell's first half double and a Thomas Ellis goal put them 3-1 up at the interval with Danny Cawley getting on the scoresheet for the home side.
Then, Shaun Nesbitt and Adam Lee further secured the points in the final quarter of the game.
Hemsworth Miners Welfare came from a goal behind to win 4-2 at Harrogate Railway Athletic to move up into thirteenth spot.
Roy Fogarty put the hosts ahead on nine minutes but the visitors led at the interval through Nash Connolly and Samuel Jones before a third was added on 83 through Richard Collier and both sides then scored in stoppage time.
In Division One, Hall Road Rangers stretched their unbeaten league run to nine games as a Joe Cooper brace secured a 2-1 home victory over Winterton Rangers after Paul Grimes had given the away side a third minute lead.
It means Rangers are now within two points of the top two and eight points off the summit with two games in hand over leaders AFC Emley.
Grimsby Borough are up into fifth following their 4-1 home defeat of Glasshoughton Welfare, Jack Wrightwick, Daniel Grant, Daniel Trott and Jack Debnam scoring for the Wilderness Boys whilst Ryan Poskitt found the net for the visitors.
And, goals from Kieran Thompson and Jack Mawson moved Worsbrough Bridge Athletic four points clear of the drop zone with a 2-0 win at home to Dronfield Town.
Two Division One games were postponed as power supply problems put paid to Brigg Town's home clash with Penistone Church whilst Nostell Miners Welfare's trip to Westella & Willerby was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
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