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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2019/20 #19

13th October, 2019

Six Toolstation NCEL sides made it through to Monday's draw for the Second Round of this season's Buildbase FA Vase with victories on Non-League Day.

Grimsby Borough and Bridlington Town progressed at the expense of league rivals with Borough enjoying a 4-0 home victory over Hemsworth Miners Welfare.

Edward Cass' 30th minute own goal set the ball rolling with Jack Bradbury doubling the hosts' lead after the interval before a Jack Debnam penalty and a Thomas Jamieson strike ensured victory.

Bridlington, meanwhile, were 2-1 victors at Penistone Church, Fraser Papprill and Josh Greening netting for the Seasiders before Elliott Firth brought the home side back into the game on the hour mark.

Elsewhere, three goals in the last twenty minutes saw Yorkshire Amateur through at Seaham Red Star as they came from a goal behind to take the victory, courtesy of Harrison Blakey, Aiden Savory and Stephen Crawford.

Selby Town scored early at home to Cheadle Town through Ryan Gothard before being pegged back by the break but the Robins dominated the second period to claim a 5-1 win, Daniel Walker grabbing a double alongside goals from Christopher Jackson and Alex Burton.

AFC Mansfield and Bottesford Town both booked their place at the next stage with home victories in extra-time.

Mansfield were down to ten men and a goal down before Ross Duggan levelled on 84 minutes, forcing a further half-hour against Hanley Town who also had a player red carded in stoppage time.

And, when it looked as though a replay was on the cards, Duggan popped up at the death to grab his and the Bull's second for a 2-1 win.

A hat-trick for Daniel Boulton, meanwhile, sealed Bottesford's win over West Allotment Celtic, the Poachers going through 4-2 after Thomas Johnson's opener had been cancelled out by the visitors.

There were extra-time for defeats for Knaresborough Town, 3-2 at home to Stockton Town, and for Glasshoughton Welfare, 4-2 at Maine Road, whilst Nostell Miners Welfare went down 2-0 to visitors Wythenshawe Town and Winterton Rangers were beaten 5-2 by away side Consett.

In the league, both divisional leaders Staveley Miners Welfare and Skegness Town consolidated their positions at the summit of their respective tables with wins.

Tomas Poole's 89th minute strike gave a Staveley a dramatic 2-1 home victory over struggling Barton Town in the Premier Division after Jonathan Froggatt had drawn them level following a nineteenth minute goal for the Swans from Edward Rogerson.

The Trojans are four points clear of Liversedge who climb up into second after Tom Jackson's injury-time winner grabbed a 2-1 home victory for them against Silsden after Joe Walton had broken the deadlock for Sedge and Laurence Surhaindo had netted an equaliser.

Thackley's 4-0 victory, thanks to Adam Muller, Jerome White, Asa Mitchell and Ben Grech-Brooksbank, at bottom side Athersley Recreation sees the Dennyboys move up into sixth whilst Maltby Main are up to ninth after Aaron Moxam struck in a single-goal win at Goole AFC.

Handsworth dramatically turned around their game at Albion Sports having trailed 2-0 with seventeen minutes to go due to goals from Roy Fogarty and Luke Aldrich, as Leon Osborne and a penalty from Leon Howarth brought them back level and Osborne claimed his second in stoppage-time to snatch a 3-2 win that leapfrogs the Ambers into fifteenth.

And, Garforth Town also came from behind to take a 2-1 victory at Eccleshill United with Daniel Coupland and Mark Simpson getting on the scoresheet following the opening goal of the afternoon from the Eagles' Jonathan Irving on 58 minutes.

Skegness' lead at the top of Division One is now three points after Ben Davison, Daniel Brooks and Jordan Smith found the net for the Lilywhites in a 3-0 victory at Armthorpe Welfare.

Their nearest rivals are now Campion who were 6-0 home winners over fellow high-flyers Retford FC, Mohammad Qasim leading the way with a brace with one each for Aidan Day, Daniel Facey, Ben Bodle and Leon Hurles-Brook.

Hallam climb into the top five as Reece Treasure's 82nd minute decider made it a 2-1 win at Harrogate Railway Athletic whilst two goals each for Simon Harrison and Alex Rippon claimed a 4-2 victory for Parkgate at basement side East Hull to ascend to seventh.

Brigg Town and North Ferriby played out a 1-1 draw, Stuart Longbone giving the home side a 74th minute lead that was cancelled out late on by Russell Fry after the match had been delayed for almost an hour because of a serious injury.

Goalscorer Longbone required hospital treatment following a heavy knock to his head but, thankfully, he is now back home having been given the all-clear.

Worsbrough Bridge Athletic were the day's biggest movers, going up six places to thirteenth as they won 3-1 at Hall Road Rangers, their hosts replacing them in the bottom two.

Joseph Thornton put the Briggers ahead with Conner Harman equalising but Kieran Hirst's penalty and an 85th minute goal from Kyle Wordsworth made sure the points were going home with the visitors.

Ollerton Town drew 2-2 at home to Rossington Main, Niall Doran's double bringing the away side back into the game in the second period, and Alex Nightingale got both of Swallownest's goals in a 2-1 home win over Dronfield Town.

Photo: Goalmouth action during Winterton Rangers' 5-2 home defeat to Consett in the First Round of this season's FA Vase on Saturday. (Picture: Paul Tong)





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