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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2018/19 #6

23rd August, 2018

Maltby Main became the latest leaders of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division after they came away from Goole AFC with a 3-0 victory in midweek.

Second-half goals from Nicky Darker, Danny Frost and Ross Duggan ensured that the Miners moved up into top spot ahead of Yorkshire Amateur who joined them on ten points with their last-gasp 3-2 win at Handsworth Parramore.

The Ammers were pegged back twice by their hosts with a Jonathan Froggatt penalty and an Oliver Fearon strike levelling the scores after Harrison Blakey and Fernando Moke had given them the lead.

But, Premier Division top scorer Ashley Flynn grabbed his eighth goal of the campaign in stoppage time to make sure it was the away side who went away with all three points.

Worksop Town made it three wins out of three to climb into third spot, knocking previous leaders Liversedge down to fourth after beating them 4-1 at the Clayborn Ground.

The home side were ahead by the interval through Rhys Davies but Tomas Poole's equaliser early in the second period was spectacularly overshadowed by substitute Kyle Jordan's nine-minute hat-trick at the end of the game to take the points for the Tigers.

Goals from Robson Doolan, Matthew Davies and Jahmal Riley saw Staveley Miners Welfare claim a 3-0 home victory over Hemsworth Miners Welfare to climb up into fifth spot in the early table that now only has one team without a point.

That unwanted honour goes to Athersley Recreation who suffered their fourth loss after going down 3-2 at Thackley, Lee Garside's double for the Rec in vain thanks to a Luke Robinson brace that completed the win after Nicholas Matthews' opener.

Harrogate Railway Athletic got their first points of the campaign with a stylish 4-0 win at Bottesford Town, a Sean Hunter double sandwiching a goal from Daniel Blacker to give them a three-goal cushion by the break before Fraser Lancaster got their fourth in the 84th minute.

There was one other away win in a full programme of top flight games as Albion Sports won 5-2 at Hall Road Rangers, the hosts never recovering from going 4-0 down after just 33 minutes thanks to a Jamal Stewart brace and one each from Corey Mortimer and Paul Beesley.

Shaquille McKenzie netted the only goal of the match as Bridlington Town overcame visitors Knaresborough Town whilst the other two fixtures ended in draws.

Garforth Town's trip to Eccleshill United ended goalless and it was 1-1 between Penistone Church and Barton Town, Alex Knaggs with a late equaliser for the visiting Swans.

Eight matches took place in Division One with one postponement as Armthorpe Welfare's home match with Shirebrook Town was called off after news of a serious accident suffered at work by one of Armthorpe's committee members.

The top three all won to move onto fifteen points with Nostell Miners Welfare remaining at the head of the pack on goal difference following their 2-1 home defeat of East Yorkshire Carnegie, Jack Owen's 86th minute strike claiming the victory after the hosts conceded first from an early penalty.

Luke Anderson struck both of Winterton Rangers' goals as they won 2-1 at Skegness Town to keep themselves in second spot whilst Worsbrough Bridge Athletic stay third after Fidel Mholo and Jack Mawson scored in their 2-1 home victory over Rossington Main.

Dronfield Town and Grimsby Borough now complete the top five as they took maximum points from their midweek matches.

Mark Fereday and Daniel Wood got on the scoresheet for Dronfield as they won 2-1 at near neighbours FC Bolsover, the hosts getting a goal back in stoppage time through Brett Lucas but they remain bottom of the table without a point.

Borough defeated visitors Harworth Colliery 3-0 with all the goals - two from Adam Drury and the third from Callum Lovitt - coming in the opening 36 minutes.

Adam Walsh struck nine minutes from time to confirm a 3-2 victory for Glasshoughton Welfare at Hallam whilst Daniel Naidole and Benjamin Burnett ensured AFC Emley a 2-1 win at home to next-to-bottom Parkgate.

And, there was one draw with Jason Short grabbing a late equaliser to cancel out Gavin King's first half strike for Ollerton Town as Swallownest grabbed a 1-1 scoreline at Walesby Lane.

Photo: Harrogate Railway Athletic are applauded off the pitch after a superb team performance earns them their first points of the season with a 4-0 win at Bottesford Town. (Picture: Robert Barraclough)

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