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Baris NCEL Match Review #68

19th April, 2013

Brighouse Town continue to keep in touching distance of the Baris NCEL Premier Division leaders Scarborough Athletic after a 2-1 win at Maltby Main in midweek.

Ryan Hall put them ahead in the opening minute at Muglet Lane before Rob Branagan levelled the scoreline midway through the first period.

Tom Matthews, however, converted a penalty late in the game to move Brighouse to within six points of Scarborough with a game in hand but time is running out for them as they only have three matches to play.

Josh Greening scored twice for Bridlington Town at Arnold Town as their 4-1 win consolidated third place.

Arnold remain one point adrift at the bottom of the table of Hall Road Rangers whose match at home to Worksop Parramore was abandoned late into the game due to floodlight failure and will now be replayed.

Lincoln Moorlands Railway's relegation fears continued with a 5-2 home defeat at the hands of Barton Town Old Boys, Gareth Barlow getting a couple for the away side in what was a comfortable victory for the Swans.

Long Eaton United are up to tenth after winning twice in midweek, a 3-0 victory at home to Nostell Miners Welfare on Tuesday was followed by a 4-2 win at Heanor Town on Thursday.

Tom Fenwick and Liam Shepherd scored in the last quarter of Pickering Town's game with visitors Staveley Miners Welfare to move the Pikes into sixth after they came from behind to win 2-1.

Cleethorpes Town's promotion challenge took a blow in Division One as they dropped points in a 2-2 draw at Hallam.

Johnathan Oglesby had them ahead early on in the encounter but they were behind with four minutes to go as Conor Sellars' penalty was added to by a Craig Getliff strike.

However, Luke Mascall pounced to restore parity as the game went towards stoppage time but Cleethorpes are now six points behind the top two with three matches remaining.

Worsbrough Bridge Athletic's busy midweek proved fruitful with four points in a 3-0 home victory against Clipstone Welfare and 2-2 draw with visitors Dinnington Town and they are now up to fourth in the table.

Dinnington also played twice in midweek having earlier lost 2-0 at home to fifth-placed Knaresborough Town, Steve Bromley with both the goals in the first half.

Paul Tait's 79th minute winner saw Appleby Frodingham take three vital points in a 3-2 victory at Hemsworth Miners Welfare that has lifted them out of the bottom two.

But, basement side Askern Villa were beaten 2-0 at home by Grimsby Borough, Josh Fuller netting twice in the opening seven minutes, once from the penalty spot.

And, Ashley Flynn's 69th minute penalty earned AFC Emley a 1-1 draw at Eccleshill United, but the dropped points means their tilt at promotion is virtually over.

Thackley are through to the Semi-Finals of the League Cup after a 6-0 home win against Scarborough Athletic with two of the goals being own goals from Sam Denton and Harry Holden.

Chris Davey also struck twice whilst Matthew Mathers and Lewis Morgan scored to set up a last four clash at home to Worksop Parramore.

The winner of that tie will play Louth Town at Staveley Miners Welfare's ground on Monday 6th May after they beat Nostell Miners Welfare on penalties on Thursday night.

Nostell were ahead on two minutes, courtesy of a Danny Critchlow strike, before Andrew Willoughly levelled early in the second period.

Graham Marchant put the hosts back in the lead before the game swung in Louth's favour, Paul Goodhand and Matt Kennedy scoring to make it 3-2.

Marchant then got his second to take the game into extra-time and, with no more goals in the further half-hour, the tie was decided on spot-kicks, 4-3 in Louth's favour.

It was Louth's second success in midweek after their 1-0 win in Division One at Eccleshill United on Monday night, Daryl Clare with the goal at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium.

Finally, sadly, there was no Lincolnshire Senior Trophy glory for Bottesford Town as they were beaten 4-1 by Holbeach United at Sincil Bank in the Final, Carl La Rocca with their injury-time consolation.

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NCEL Premier Division P Pts +/-
P Scarborough Athletic 42 99 80
2 Brighouse Town 42 97 60
3 Bridlington Town 42 95 83
4 Retford United 42 78 26
5 Pickering Town 42 77 40
6 Tadcaster Albion 42 77 24
7 Worksop Parramore 42 72 20
8 Barton Town Old Boys 42 69 13
9 Parkgate 42 66 20
10 Thackley 42 62 11
11 Heanor Town 42 58 0
12 Long Eaton United 42 57 -4
13 Staveley Miners Welfare 42 54 -13
14 Maltby Main 42 48 -13
15 Liversedge 42 45 -13
16 Glasshoughton Welfare (-1) 42 45 -22
R Arnold Town (-3) 42 42 -28
18 Nostell Miners Welfare 42 38 -51
19 Winterton Rangers 42 34 -34
20 Armthorpe Welfare 42 32 -43
21 Lincoln Moorlands Railway 42 28 -94
R Hall Road Rangers 42 26 -62
NCEL Division One P Pts +/-
P Albion Sports 42 92 79
P Athersley Recreation 42 85 49
3 Louth Town 42 80 29
4 Cleethorpes Town 42 79 45
5 Pontefract Collieries 42 78 38
6 Shirebrook Town 42 77 27
7 AFC Emley 42 75 55
8 Knaresborough Town 42 75 26
9 Worsbrough Bridge Athletic 42 72 28
10 Teversal 42 65 29
11 Clipstone Welfare 42 57 -1
12 Hallam 42 56 4
13 Hemsworth Miners Welfare 42 56 -12
14 Eccleshill United 42 55 12
15 Bottesford Town (-1) 42 50 -11
16 Selby Town 42 46 -25
17 Grimsby Borough 42 45 -20
18 Rossington Main 42 39 -48
19 Dinnington Town 42 37 -44
20 Appleby Frodingham 42 34 -69
21 Yorkshire Amateur 42 29 -65
R Askern Villa 42 23 -126

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