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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2017/18 #51
8th February, 2018
Selby Town are through to the Final of the West Riding County Cup having pulled off a massive upset in their Semi-Final at former Toolstation NCEL champions Tadcaster Albion in midweek.
The Division One side won 2-0 at the Brewers, who now ply their trade in the Evo-Stik League, courtesy of the Robins' two top scorers with Joseph Dale netting his 23rd goal of the season just after half-time and Liam Flanagan bagging his 22nd on 73 minutes.
Selby will now face Farsley Celtic in a bid to win the trophy for the first time since 1949.
Elsewhere, bad weather badly disrupted the fixture list once again with only four matches going ahead.
Athersley Recreation booked a home tie with Handsworth Parramore in the Third Round of the League Cup as the Premier Division hosts beat their Division One visitors Eccleshill United 3-1.
Jamie Moxon got them off to a flying start after just two minutes but the Eagles levelled with a quarter-of-an-hour remaining thanks to a strike from Ethan Lebad.
Simon Poole, though, quickly restored the Penguins' advantage and an injury time third from Kai Hancock ensured their passage through to the last 32.
Garforth Town move up a place to eleventh in the Premier Division after late drama in a 3-2 victory at Maltby Main who missed out on a chance to go second.
Lee Turner's early penalty for the visitors was added to by Mark Simpson before Dean Smith pulled one back for the home side in the opening half hour.
That is how it stayed until stoppage time when Ryan Carroll pounced with an equaliser to seemingly share the spoils but there was still time for Sean Hunter to find the net and send the visitors away with all three points.
In Division One, fourth placed Yorkshire Amateur narrowed the gap to the top three to three points with a 1-1 draw at home to Glasshoughton Welfare.
Brice Tiani had put the Ammers in front on 67 minutes but Welfare, who are seventh, restored parity almost immediately from the restart through James Kay.
And, Winterton Rangers are up to eighth after a single goal victory at East Yorkshire Carnegie, courtesy of Lewis Bemrose's penalty in the 16th minute.