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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2020/21 #6

1st October, 2020

Yorkshire Amateur's perfect start to their Toolstation NCEL Premier Division season continued in midweek as they made it four wins out of four to move five points clear at the top of the table.

A 4-1 victory at Bridlington Town was secured thanks to first half strikes from Fernando Moke and Adam Priestley, and two late goals from substitute Ashley Flynn that takes his campaign tally to five.

Joe McFadyen scored for the Seasiders on 68 minutes to give the hosts hope of a revival before Flynn snuffed it out with his double salvo.

Grimsby Borough move up to second after an 8-2 win at Athersley Recreation who drop to the bottom of the standings on goal difference without a point from their opening three games.

The Wilderness Boys were four goals up by the interval with Jack Debnam's opener from the penalty spot added to by James Dean-Atkinson and then twice by Jack Bradbury.

Brody Robertson's brace and the first of two for Nathan Emson made it 6-0 by the 73rd minute whereupon Ashley Mills netted twice for the hosts and then Emson completed the scoring with his second in stoppage time.

AFC Mansfield came from behind to pick up their first league victory of the season, Charlie Baird breaking the deadlock for visiting Penistone Church in the opening minute of the second period.

Ross Duggan struck twice, once from the penalty spot, whilst Josh Wilder and Matthew Sykes ensured a 4-1 win for the Bulls ahead of their weekend Emirates FA Cup trip to National League North side Boston United.

Barton Town managed to take a point in their 1-1 home draw with Handsworth despite being reduced to nine men.

But, they almost held out for all three until Callum Watson equalised for the away side in the 88th minute to cancel out an early Bailey Hobson own goal.

And, Anees Younis as well as a Reagan Waud penalty - his seventh goal of the season - secured a 2-1 win for Goole AFC at Albion Sports after the hosts had taken a 55th minute lead through Charlie Flaherty.

Winterton Rangers and Emley AFC are now within two points of Division One leaders Campion after their midweek matches.

Winterton thought they had secured victory as Daniel Walker made it 4-2 in the 64th minute, adding to a Josh Walker hat-trick whilst Joseph Crosby and Daniel McDaid had got on the scoresheet for the visiting Rail.

But, Crosby's second and an 81st minute equaliser from Kieran Greenaway made it a point apiece in a thrilling game at West Street as it finished 4-4.

Emley, meanwhile, waited until stoppage time to make the breakthrough in a tight match at home to North Ferriby, Adam Haw with a dramatic late winner in a 1-0 victory for the Pewits.

Skegness Town and East Hull collected their second win in three games to continue their promising start to the campaign.

Cenk Acar's first half brace was added to by Daniel Trott and Daniel Durkin after the break in a 4-1 win for Skegness at Selby Town whose goal came from Lian Flanagan.

And, East Hull were 1-0 victors at Worsbrough Bridge Athletic, Daniel Nichols with the winner early in the second half.

Remaining on zero points alongside Worsbrough and Selby are Glasshoughton Welfare and Armthorpe Welfare who both tasted defeat.

A James Whittingham own goal put Glasshoughton ahead at home to Hall Road Rangers but a second half double from Sam Robinson saw the away side take away a 2-1 victory.

Armthorpe left themselves a mountain to climb as they found themselves 3-0 down at the interval at Nostell Miners Welfare, courtesy of Brett Smith's penalty and two goals from Harvey Walker.

They pulled the deficit back to one thanks to Sean Dickinson and Adam Baskerville but Nostell secured the points with Nathan Hawkhead's strike confirming a 4-2 win in the 81st minute.

And, Rossington Main sneaked the points in a dramatic affair at home to Retford FC, Jordan Buckham getting an 87th minute winner in a 3-2 victory after the visitors had opened the scoring and then came from behind to level the match at 2-2.



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