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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2020/21 #14

29th October, 2020

Yorkshire Amateur's lead at the top of the Premier Division has opened slightly to five points after their 0-0 draw at Goole AFC in midweek.

Their nearest rivals Liversedge now have three games in hand after their home game versus Handsworth was one of five matches called off due to COVID-19 precautions.

The other games that will now be played at a later date are AFC Mansfield at home to Barton Town in the Premier Division and, in Division One, Hallam's home clash with Worsbrough Bridge Athletic, Dronfield Town's trip to Armthorpe Welfare and Nostell Miners Welfare's encounter with visitors Selby Town.

Emley AFC's visit to Swallownest, meanwhile, was called off due to a waterlogged pitch at Rotherham Road.

The match at Goole, therefore, was one of three Premier Division games that went ahead with the Vikings picking up a point that lifts them up to fifteenth in the table.

Eccleshill United have jumped to eleventh after a 3-1 victory at Maltby Main, Luke Aldrich, Alexander Laird and Jonathan Irving all netting in the second period after Mitchell Dunne had given the hosts a first half lead.

Albion Sports' 2-1 home win over Silsden AFC sees the Lions now tenth, Finn Donovan and Daniel Facey getting on the score sheet before the interval with Mark Simpson bringing the visitors back into the game in the 50th minute.

In Division One, Campion have returned to the top of the table following a 5-1 defeat of visitors Hall Road Rangers after a goalless opening period.

Joe Jaggar put the hosts ahead on 52 before Richard Medcalf levelled matters on the hour but Aidan Kirby restored Campion's lead and a Chris Murray own goal put them 3-1 up before goals in injury time from Jaggar and Patrick Sykes secured the win that sees them go a point ahead of Emley.

And, Winterton Rangers closed the gap on the top five to one point after they won 3-1 at fourth-placed North Ferriby.

Three goals in eight second half minutes secured a deserved win for Rangers, Theo Mowatt's opener added to by a Matthew Allison brace before Danny Buttle converted a late penalty to give the hosting Villagers a late consolation.

Photo: Winterton Rangers' Theo Mowatt gets ready to pounce and score his side's opener in a 3-1 win at North Ferriby on Tuesday that brings them closer to the top five in Toolstation NCEL Division One. (Credit: Paul Tong)







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