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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2017/18 #12

13th September, 2017

Two more Toolstation NCEL sides followed the weekend lead of thirteen others to progress from the First Round of Qualifying in the Buildbase FA Vase in midweek.

Two goals in the opening eleven minutes from Thomas White saw Liversedge book their place in the next stage with a 2-1 victory at Prestwich Heys whilst Hallam won their replay at Abbey Hey, Daniel State's penalty midway through the second period was the only goal of the game.

Sadly, Penistone Church and Thackley were both beaten on their travels to finish their participation in the competition for this season.

In the Premier Division, Pickering Town have moved up to third after a 3-0 home victory over Handsworth Parramore, Russell Parker's double setting them on the way in the first period before Joe Danby added the third early in the second half.

Worksop Town remain sixth despite a last gasp 3-2 defeat to visitors Garforth Town who climb to tenth, Jordan Turner looking to have rescued a point for the Tigers on 86 minutes but Mitchell Hamilton's second of the evening came in stoppage time to give all three points to the away side.

Bridlington Town go up a place to seventh thanks to a 1-1 home draw with Bottesford Town, John Leonard's 33rd minute penalty for the visitors cancelled out in the second half by Joel Sutton.

The Seasiders are ahead of Rainworth Miners Welfare, who won 4-1 at home to bottom side Clipstone, on goal difference.

James Munson and Daniel Booth had the Wrens two up by the break, Jermaine Jatau pulled one back for the visitors but Liam Royles and Luke Walker ensured the points were staying at Kirklington Road.

Clipstone are now four points adrift in the basement after Barton Town won 3-2 at Harrogate Railway Athletic, James Williamson, Craig Hogg and Thomas Waudby netting for the Swans before the home side rallied with two goals in the last quarter-of-an-hour from Mendes Dionisio and Elliott Williams, ensuring a nailbiting finale.

Division One leaders Knaresborough Town drew 0-0 at AFC Emley to bring their hundred percent record to an end in their tenth game and their lead has been cut to two points by a ruthless Yorkshire Amateur who won 8-0 at home to bottom side Retford United.

Danile Maw got a hat-trick for the Ammers whilst a Daniel Naidole brace and goals from Fernando Moke, Leon Henry and Chris Hitchings piled on the misery for the Badgers.

Campion are third, six points off the summit after they held on to beat visitors East Yorkshire Carnegie, 3-2, the away side threatening a comeback in the last twenty minutes with goals from James Webb and Daniel Walker after Aidan Day, Kieron Batey and a Robbie Graham penalty had put the hosts firmly in control.

Cameron Johnson struck three times for Rossington Main and Andrew McCreadie got their other goals in their 5-3 victory at Armthorpe Welfare and they are up to fourth just ahead of Shirebrook Town who won 4-1 at home to Brigg Town, Kieran Watson with a couple of their goals.

Selby Town are sixth as they let a two goal lead slip at home to Winterton Rangers to pick up a point, Elliot Broughton and Luke Anderson rescuing a draw for the visitors in the second half.

And, Eccleshill United climb to ninth after a 2-1 victory at Dronfield Town, Andrew Cooper and Matthew Mathers netting for the Eagles either side of Samuel Bebbington's strike for the hosts.

Photo: A shot towards goal during Rossington Main's 5-3 win at Armthorpe Welfare in Division One on Tuesday night. (Picture: Justin Parker)





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