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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2018/19 #2

9th August, 2018

There were plenty of goals in the eight Toolstation NCEL Division One matches that took place in the first midweek of the 2018/19 season.

Grimsby Borough were top scorers as they defeated visitors FC Bolsover 10-0 with five of their goals coming in the last eight minutes of the match.

Callum Lovitt's opener and a Marc Cooper brace had them three-up by the interval, Cooper added his third and Joshua Morrall struck before the floodgates opened late on with James Wroot, Daniel Trott, Jack Debnam, Caine Winfarrah and Peter Winn all getting on the scoresheet.

Selby Town produced a remarkable comeback as they recovered from 4-1 down at half-time to take a point in an eight-goal thriller at AFC Emley.

Ruben Jerome put the hosts ahead in the second minute, their lead doubled with a Nicholas Kennedy own goal soon after and, although Sam Cable pulled one back for the Robins, Emley seemed in total control at the break thanks to an Adam Williams strike and a Ryan Gothard own goal.

But, Selby rallied with Cable's second and further goals from Alasan Ann and Joshua Berry to make sure the spoils were shared.

Glasshoughton Welfare were trailing 2-0 at home to East Yorkshire Carnegie with fifteen minutes remaining, Ryan Williams' penalty and Daniel Walker putting the away side in control.

But, Robert Oldham struck twice - the second in stoppage time - sandwiching a Thomas Carr goal as they came back to win 3-2.

Nostell Miners Welfare, Winterton Rangers and Worsbrough Bridge Athletic head the table having picked up their second wins of the campaign.

A Daniel Critchlow brace ensured Nostell beat visitors Harworth Colliery 2-0 whilst Robbie Start and Adam Lee netted for Winterton in a 2-1 victory at Ollerton Town, Gavin King grabbing the goal for the home side.

And, there were two for Kieran Hirst as Worsbrough won 3-2 at home to Campion, Joe Dungworth with their third after Alex Cusack and Omar Habeeb had brought the away side back level.

Skegness Town, like Harworth, are awaiting their first victory on their return to the NCEL after Joe Cheeseman's 58th minute decider saw them go down 1-0 at Shirebrook Town, a game that was delayed during stoppage time due to a serious leg injury for Skegness' Jacob Fenton.

Meanwhile, a double for Christian Savage ensured a 3-1 home win for Dronfield Town over Rossington Main after Richard Mintoft had cancelled out the opening goal by the visitors from James Milner.

Photo: AFC Emley's Ruben Jerome and Selby Town's Sam Lingard tussle for the ball during a dramatic 4-4 draw in Division One on Wednesday evening. (Picture: Mark Parsons)



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