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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2017/18 #5

20th August, 2017

A four-minute second-half hat-trick from Oliver Fearon saw AFC Mansfield come from behind to win 3-1 at Quorn on Sunday and become the seventh Toolstation NCEL side to reach the First Qualifying Round of this season's Emirates FA Cup.

The Bulls join half-a-dozen others who booked their places in Monday's draw on Saturday whilst Harrogate Railway Athletic are also in the hat but have a midweek replay.

There were two all-NCEL ties with Bottesford Town netting three times in the last quarter of the game to defeat visitors Clipstone, 4-1, Jack Cross, Thomas Spall and Declan Bacon confirming the win after Timothy Gregory had cancelled out their opener by Daniel Boulton.

And, Jonathan Froggatt struck twice as Handsworth Parramore beat hosts Parkgate, 4-2, Aaron Moxam and Jamie Green also getting on the scoresheet whilst Kieran Hirst and Daniel Harris did likewise for the Steelmen.

It was a dramatic climax to Liversedge's trip to Ramsbottom United with the NCEL Premier Division side 2-1 down going into the last couple of minutes but Roy Fogarty struck twice in quick succession to send them through with a 3-2 victory.

Our other three triumphant sides all won at home with Omar Habeeb and Daniel Facey booking Albion Sports' passage at the expense of Newton Aycliffe, 2-1, and a Daniel Trott brace added to by goals from James Wroot and Jack Debnam ensured a 4-1 triumph for Grimsby Borough over Leicester Road.

And, a goal in each half from Jordan Coduri and Kieran Ryan gave Penistone Church a 2-0 scoreline over Litherland Remyca.

Harrogate Railway, meanwhile, will travel to Kendal Town on Tuesday night for a replay after their first half goal from Elliott Williams was matched midway through the second period by the away side.

Sadly, Bridlington Town, Hallam, Pickering Town, Pontefract Collieries and Staveley Miners Welfare all bade farewell to the competition for this season with defeats.

In the Premier Division, Worksop Town are the new leaders after a rollercoaster end to their home clash with Athersley Recreation.

It was 1-1 going into the last eight minutes when Liam Greenfield put the hosts ahead before a quick equaliser from Lee Garside and then Matthew Thompson claimed a 3-2 victory for the Tigers, their third in three games played so far.

They go above Hemsworth Miners Welfare and Garforth Town who drew 1-1 at the Supply Chain Network Community Stadium, Lee Turner levelling for the home side after Samuel Jones had given Hemsworth a first-half lead.

A Joseph Hughes hat-trick helped Thackley up to fourth with a 4-0 win over visitors Barton Town whilst Rainworth Miners Welfare were 3-2 victors at Maltby Main, climbing to fifth thanks to an injury-time winner from Robert Ludlam.

The NCEL's top scorers were at it once again as Yorkshire Amateur kept themselves top of Division One with a 5-0 victory at Armthorpe Welfare, making it 23 goals in five games, Ashley Flynn with a hat-trick to take his tally to twelve.

Shirebrook Town, Ollerton Town and Knaresborough Town keep on the Ammers' tails as they all maintained their hundred percent records with their fourth win of the campaign to stay a point off the summit.

Daniel Williams and Sam Dockwray were the scorers in Shirebrook's 2-0 home win over Glasshoughton Welfare whilst Ollerton went one better beating visitors Brigg Town, 3-0, Kyle Ludlow, Kyle Clarkson and Lewis Bingham with their goals.

And, Knaresborough were 2-0 winners at Campion, Blaine Hobson and Sam Cook striking in the first half of their trip to Bradford.

East Yorkshire Carnegie are a further three points behind in fifth after they came back from 2-0 down in the opening five minutes to beat visitors FC Bolsover, 3-2, Daniel Walker with what proved to be the winner in the 54th minute.

Two each for Cameron Johnson and Declan Howe ensured a 4-1 win for Rossington Main at Swallownest to move them up into sixth.

Selby Town and Winterton Rangers both enjoyed home victories, Selby defeating Eccleshill United, 3-1, whilst it was a 2-1 triumph for Winterton over Dronfield Town.

And, there were no goals in the match at the Jones & Co Stadium between Retford United and Worsbrough Bridge Athletic.

Photo: Albion Sports players celebrate Daniel Facey scoring their second goal in their 2-1 home victory over Newton Aycliffe in the FA Cup on Saturday. (Picture: Pete Cusack)



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