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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2018/19 #22

21st October, 2018

A second-half double from the Toolstation NCEL's top goalscorer Ashley Flynn has kept Yorkshire Amateur a point clear at the top of the Premier Division with a 2-1 win at next-to-bottom Goole AFC on Saturday.

It looked as though the hosts could claim a much-needed victory when Daniel Barrett gave the Vikings a 23rd minute lead but their advantage only lasted until the hour mark and then Flynn snatched the three points for the Ammers in the latter stages of the match with his eighteenth league goal of the season.

Knaresborough Town remain on the leaders' coat-tails after a 1-0 win at Maltby Main strengthened their grip on second spot, Brad Walker's early strike separating the sides at Muglet Lane.

Sam Scrivens gave Penistone Church a first-half lead that was added to after the interval by Jordan Coduri, a Nathan Keightley penalty and a Kieran Ryan strike to secure a 4-0 win at Liversedge to move them up into third spot ahead of Hemsworth Miners Welfare who were without a game.

Bottesford Town, Bridlington Town and Handsworth Parramore all took advantage of Maltby's defeat to go above them and complete the top seven.

Henry Cook's penalty claimed the points for Bottesford in a single-goal home victory over Garforth Town whilst Bridlington were 5-1 winners over visitors Barton Town who drop to ninth.

Joe McFadyen, Andrew Norfolk and Chris Adams had the Seasiders 3-0 up by the break, Luke Aldrich threatened a comeback for the away side early in the second half before Alex Bannister and Jake Day made sure of the points for Bridlington in the final five minutes.

And, Handsworth won a pulsating home game with Eccleshill United 3-2 in an encounter that saw Oliver Fearon give the hosts an early lead.

Eccleshill levelled and went in front through Khurram Shazad and Thomas Rose by the midway point of the first half before Jonathan Froggatt made it 2-2 in the 49th minute and then Bradley Nicholson claimed all three points for the Amber Parras late on.

Basement side Harrogate Railway Athletic went 2-0 up at home to fellow bottom three side Thackley through first-half strikes from Sean Hunter and Aaron Kitao but the visitors rallied in the second period through Luke Robinson and Patrick McGuire to ensure a point apiece in a 2-2 draw.

Aaron Moxam struck twice for Worksop Town in a 4-2 victory at Hall Road Rangers with both of the hosts' goals coming in stoppage time and there was a 1-1 draw at Inkersall Road as hosts Staveley Miners Welfare were held by a late equaliser for Athersley Recreation from Kieran Scargill.

The top four sides in Division One all won, meaning that Winterton Rangers keep a three-point lead at the summit over second-placed Campion.

Luke Anderson, Luke Wheeldon and Kieran Wressell scored for Winterton in a 3-1 win at Selby Town in which all the goals came in the opening period, including an equaliser for the Robins from Liam Flanagan.

Campion played most of their match at Skegness Town with ten men but came away with a 4-1 victory, Alex Cusack's double added to by Talent Ndlovu and Graham Hall whilst Skegness' Courtney Warren had made it 1-1 on the hour mark.

There was a goal each for Jack Owen, Brad Kilburn and Joe Wood as Nostell Miners Welfare kept up the chase in third with a 3-0 home win over bottom side FC Bolsover.

And, a Daniel Trott hat-trick helped fourth-placed Grimsby Borough to a 7-1 defeat of next-to-bottom hosts Harworth Colliery with Callum Lovitt, Marc Cooper, Jack Debnam and James Wrott also getting on the scoresheet.

Two goals in a minute with a quarter-of-an-hour remaining from Tyler Bradley and Callum Littlejohn saw Hallam move up into fifth spot after they came from 2-0 down to beat visitors East Yorkshire Carnegie 3-2.

Glasshoughton Welfare are up to sixth thanks to goals from Matthew Semley and Gracjan Klimczak in their 2-0 win at AFC Emley, they and Hallam going above Worsbrough Bridge Athletic who are now seventh after a 2-1 home loss to Swallownest.

Daniel Mullooly and Alex Lill got the away side's goals that move Swallownest up to fourteenth on what was also a good day for two other sides looking to move further away from the relegation zone.

Gavin King's injury-time winner snatched Ollerton Town a 3-2 victory at neighbours Shirebrook Town in a game they had led 2-0 through penalties from Conor Higginson and King before Shirebrook staged an amazing comeback with goals in the last six minutes from Carter Widdowson and Kieran Darby but it was to be ultimately in vain.

Parkgate's improving form continued, meanwhile, with a 1-0 win at Rossington Main, Matthew Crookes' strike just before half-time making it three league victories in a row for the Steelmen who are now up to seventeenth.

And, Dronfield Town and Armthorpe Welfare are eighth and eleventh, respectively, after sharing four goals at the HE Barnes Stadium, Luke Williams and Jordan Buckham scoring for the visitors in the first half before Thomas Fairweather and Callum Mawbey struck in quick succession to make it 2-2 halfway through the second period.

Photo: Glasshoughton Welfare keeper Mateusz Zaniewski punches clear an AFC Emley corner in his side's 2-0 away win in Toolstation NCEL Division One. (Picture: Mark Parsons)

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