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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2017/18 #47
25th January, 2018
Maltby Main came from 2-0 down at half-time to win 3-2 at Evo-Stik League side Stocksbridge Park Steels to book their place in the Semi-Finals of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup.
The fightback began with Joseph Austin's strike on 48 minutes and that was quickly continued with an equaliser from Joshua Nodder before Steven McDonnell completed the spectacular turnaround midway through the second period.
Pickering Town, however, were not able to imitate the feat in the Quarter-Finals of the North Riding Senior Cup but they put up a spirited display in a narrow 2-1 loss at Scarborough Athletic.
Luke Dean's own goal put the Pikes ahead in the first half before the hosts scored twice soon after the interval in front of a crowd of 1,082.
Hemsworth Miners Welfare and Dronfield Town became the latest sides to progress to the Fourth Round of the League Cup in a midweek fixtures schedule that was once again badly hit by poor weather.
Nash Connolly grabbed what proved to be the winner for Hemsworth in a 2-1 home victory over fellow Premier Division side Penistone Church after Ryan Johnson had cancelled out the hosts' early opener from Adam Wilson.
Dronfield went through 4-0 at Swallownest in an all-Division One tie that was goalless at half-time before Mark Fereday, Thomas Fairweather and Callum Mawbey twice netted to turn the encounter fully in their favour.
And, in Division One, Shirebrook Town closed the gap on the top five to one point as they comfortably beat FC Bolsover 5-0 in the Langwith Road derby.
The landlords, who were the away side, took the lead against their tenants on eighteen minutes through Declan Brewin and he struck again to double their advantage before the interval.
Kieran Watson, Daniel Williams and Mark Robinson then all found the net in the final twenty minutes to complete the victory.