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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2019/20 #13

22nd September, 2019

For the first time in over a month, focus was fully on the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division and Division One at the weekend and there were plenty of goals as the league tables start to take shape.

The action began on Friday night with Hemsworth Miners Welfare going to the top of the Premier Division in dramatic fashion as Seon Ripley's winner in the seventh minute of stoppage time snatched his side a 3-2 victory at the expense of visitors Thackley, who also could have leapt to the summit had the result gone their way.

Hemsworth's reign lasted less than 24 hours, however, with Bridlington Town leapfrogging over them on Saturday as Billy Logan's first-half opener, Joe McFadyen's penalty and Chris Adams' strike secured a 3-0 home win over Handsworth for the Seasiders.

Liversedge, Yorkshire Amateur and Grimsby Borough also all tasted success to go above Hemsworth with Sedge leaving it late to claim all three points at AFC Mansfield.

The game was 1-1 going into the final seven minutes before a quick-fire Joe Walton hat-trick turned the game fully in the visitors' favour, Liversedge running out 4-2 victors.

The Ammers also won on their travels, 5-0 at Silsden, with Ashley Flynn's hat-trick added to by goals for Stephen Crawford, Matthew Sykes and Fernando Moke.

And, Borough also struck five with Lewis Bemrose, Adam Drury, Jack Debnam, Caine Winfarrah and Joshua Venney netting at home to Barton Town, in a match where the hosts trailed 2-1 to the visitors after 50 minutes.

Staveley Miners Welfare drop to sixth and Penistone Church climb to seventh after a 1-1 draw between the two sides at Inkersall Road, Matthew Davies' late equaliser rescuing a point for Staveley after Kieran Ryan had broken the deadlock on the quarter-hour mark.

Thackley are eighth after their Friday night defeat ahead of Maltby Main and Albion Sports, who both won, in the top half of the table.

Main went behind early on at Eccleshill United but Jonathan Hill, Gavin King, and Aaron Moxam from the penalty spot ensured a 3-2 victory whilst Sports won 3-1 at home to Garforth Town with Reece Farnhill, Alhassane Keita and Sidibe Ousmane getting on the scoresheet in the final quarter of the game.

Athersley Recreation remain in the basement but will have been buoyed by their first points of the season as Shane Kelsey's hat-trick gave them a 3-2 win at Bottesford Town.

And, Knaresborough Town vault up to twelfth after a 2-1 win at Goole AFC with Robert Youhill and Colin Heath getting the goals before a late consolation for the Vikings from Kieran Mortimer.

Skegness Town stay at the top of Division One after they won 2-0 at home to fellow high-flyers North Ferriby, George Hobbins putting them ahead on the half-hour before Joshua Nichol made sure of the points in stoppage time.

The Lilywhites are a point ahead of Retford FC and Winterton Rangers who both won but Retford's 4-2 home victory over Worsbrough Bridge Athletic means they climb above Rangers on goals scored.

Adam Scott's double helped Retford to their victory whilst Winterton were 1-0 victors over visitors Swallownest, Luke Anderson with the vital strike on 52 minutes.

A hat-trick from Christopher Jackson helped Selby Town to a 4-1 home win against Hall Road Rangers in what was a centenary celebration game for the Robins and they are now fourth in the table.

Parkgate and Campion complete the top six following victories, Alex Rippon, Jonathan Fusco, Brandon Bagley and Simon Harrison scoring in Parkgate's 4-3 win at Glasshoughton Welfare whilst Omar Habeeb and Mohammad Qasim ensured a 2-1 success for Campion at the expense of visitors Ollerton Town.

Adam Lee and Ryan Poskitt claimed a 2-0 victory for Armthorpe Welfare at bottom side East Hull, moving Welfare up to eighth, just behind North Ferriby.

The day's top scorer was Jordan Turner as he netted four in Hallam's 5-0 home win over Harrogate Railway Athletic, there were two for Calum Ward but his Nostell Miners Welfare side went down 3-2 at Rossington Main, and two goals were shared in a 1-1 draw between Dronfield Town and Brigg Town at the HE Barnes Stadium.

Photo: Action from Bridlington Town's 3-0 home victory over Handsworth in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division on Saturday, a win that took the Seasiders back to the top of the table.

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