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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2019/20 #30

21st November, 2019

Bridlington Town are through the the Third Round of this season's Buildbase FA Vase after the Second Round tie with Toolstation NCEL rivals Selby Town finally got played in midweek.

The match, that was switched to Bridlington's Neil Hudgell Solitictors Stadium after three previous postponements, was an eventful one as Selby were reduced to nine men with the sendings-off of Kain Rogerson and Ryan Gothard.

Chris Adams put Bridlington ahead in first-half stoppage time and Lewis Dennison made it 2-0 near the hour mark but Selby, despite their depleted numbers, kept the game competitive with Alex Burton dragging the Robins back into the game on 64.

Joe McFadyen grabbed Bridlington's third and Liam Flanagan then scored Selby's second but their resistance was ended when McFadyen's struck again to secure a 4-2 victory for the Seasiders.

Elsewhere, Nostell Miners Welfare and Liversedge became the latest sides to make it through to the Fourth Round of the League Cup with victories.

Nostell came from behind twice before beating their fellow Division One hosts Harrogate Railway Athletic 3-2 with Richard Collier and then Amir Berchil cancelling out goals for the Rail from Kieran Greenaway and Patrick Sykes.

Berchil, who had come on as a second-half substitute, then claimed his second and his side's third on 85 minutes to send them through to the last sixteen.

Meanwhile, in an all-Premier Division affair, penalties were needed to separate Liversedge from their visitors Goole AFC after Reagan Waud had put the Vikings ahead on 47 minutes only for Jake Thompson and Oliver Fearon to turn the game in the home side's favour with goals in quick succession around the midway mark of the second period.

Waud then restored parity almost immediately and the game finished 2-2 with Sedge going through 4-2 in a shoot-out.

In the Premier Division, Barton Town showed great resolve to grab a point at Thackley in a 3-3 draw that moves the Swans up to seventeenth whilst their hosts stay in ninth.

Asa Mitchell and Simon Poole had the hosts 2-0 up by the half-hour but Christopher Salt halved the deficit on 32 and that is how it stayed until a dramatic last ten minutes that began with Waide Fairhurst levelling the scores.

Thackley regained the lead through Owen Murphy but Barton went down the other end and restored parity once more, Ben Hinchliffe with the strike that meant that honours were even.

The rest of the midweek matches were in numerous County Cups with hat-tricks from Conner Harman and Charlie Birley helping Hall Road Rangers to a 7-4 victory at home to Hedon Rangers in the Second Round of the East Riding Senior Cup.

But, East Hull bowed out of the competition as they were beaten 2-0 at home by former NCEL side Hull United.

An injury-time penalty scored by Kieran Ryan saw Penistone Church sneak through 2-1 against visitors Hall Green United in the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup Third Round.

And, in the Second Round of the West Riding County Cup, there was also late drama as Dominic Staunton scored a last-gasp winner for Eccleshill United to see them progress 3-2 at the expense of fellow Premier Division side Garforth Town.

Eccleshill scored first through Jonathan Irving but Garforth led by the hour with goals from Sean Hunter and Daniel Coupland before Kelvin Bleau equalised on 81 and Staunton popped up at the end to become the Eagles' hero.

Yorkshire Amateur narrowly missed out on going through to the next round as they were beaten 5-4 on penalties at FC Halifax Town after the game had finished 1-1 with Matthew Sykes putting the Ammers ahead towards the end of the opening period.

Meanwhile, there was one postponement as Bottesford Town's home clash with Grimsby Borough in the First Round of the Lincolnshire Senior Trophy was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

Photo: Patrick Sykes celebrates scoring Harrogate Railway Athletic's second goal but visitors Nostell Miners Welfare went on to win 3-2 in their Third Round League Cup tie. (Picture: Craig Dinsdale)

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