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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2018/19 #10

9th September, 2018

Knaresborough Town and Staveley Miners Welfare are through to the Second Round Qualifying of this season's Emirates FA Cup after excellent giantkilling victories at the weekend.

Staveley travelled on Friday to former Toolstation NCEL side Basford United who are now two steps above them in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division and came away with a fantastic 3-1 win.

Adam Baskerville gave them the perfect start, netting a penalty and then doubling their advantage by the 22nd minute, and, although Zayn Hakeem brought the hosts back into the game midway through the second period, Staveley secured the win that they thoroughly deserved through a third from Liam Greenfield.

They were joined at the next stage on Saturday by Knaresborough Town who beat Northern Premier League Division One West visitors Kendal Town 7-3.

Nicholas Black and Joshua Garbutt grabbed a brace each against their Step 4 opponents whilst Robert Worrall, Brad Walker and Gregg Anderson also found the net in a match that Knaresborough led 4-1 at half-time.

The other five NCEL sides in FA Cup action, however, bowed out of the competition with Maltby Main narrowly beaten 2-1 at home by Frickley Athletic in a match that was streamed live by BBC Sport.

Grimsby Borough were also defeated by the same scoreline in a close match with visitors Stafford Rangers whilst Worksop Town went down 5-2 at Nantwich Town, Garforth Town were beaten 5-1 at South Shields and Bottesford Town lost 5-0 at Witton Albion.

Parkgate will also be in Monday's draw for the next round but will have to overcome visitors Leek Town on Wednesday night in their First Round Qualifying tie to keep their FA Cup ambitions alive.

In the Premier Division, leaders Hemsworth Miners Welfare remain at the summit despite a single-goal defeat at home to Barton Town who climb up to fifth thanks to Daniel Chambers' strike early in the second period.

Yorkshire Amateur missed out on a chance to go top as they drew 2-2 at home to Thackley after being denied the win thanks to an injury-time equaliser from Ryan Basi and so the Ammers move up to second whilst their visitors move up to thirteenth.

Liversedge could have also overtaken Hemsworth but they were beaten 4-1 at Hall Road Rangers, the hosts leaping out of the bottom two with goals from Leon Smith, Ben Vazquez, Reagan Ward and Conner Harman whilst Sedge drop to sixth.

Penistone Church and Eccleshill United are up into the top eight after away victories at sides that now occupy the bottom two slots.

Andrew Ring, Kieran Ryan and Sam Scrivens scored for Penistone in a 3-0 win at basement side Harrogate Railway Athletic whilst two early goals from Antony Brown set Eccleshill on their way to a 4-2 defeat of Goole AFC.

Handsworth Parramore came from 2-1 down at Albion Sports with Lee Hill, Bradley Nicholson and Jonathan Froggatt all scoring in the last half-hour to claim a 4-2 win that sees them up to eleventh.

And, Lee Garside's 70th minute strike proved to be the winner for Athersley Recreation who claimed their first points of the season to move out of bottom spot with a 2-1 victory at Bridlington Town.

The top four sides in Division One all won so Winterton Rangers remain in pole position having taken maximum points from their seven games so far, the latest three points coming with an 8-1 thrashing of hosts Rossington Main.

Luke Anderson's hat-trick, along with two from Elliot Broughton and one each for Luke Wheeldon, Adam Lee and Liam Wright claimed the day's biggest victory that resulted in the end of Duncan Milligan's reign as Rossington manager.

Two goals from Joseph Thornton helped second-placed Nostell Miners Welfare to a 3-2 home victory over Ollerton Town, his second coming thirteen minutes from time to ensure the win after Sean Dickinson had seemingly sealed a point for the visitors.

Worsbrough Bridge Athletic conceded first at Shirebrook Town but, after quickly levelling, they took a 2-1 win courtesy of Fidel Mhlolo's 65th minute goal to keep themselves in third and, like Nostell, three points away from Winterton.

And, Dronfield Town stay fourth after two goals each from Callum Mawbey and Mark Fereday helped them to a 5-2 home victory against bottom side FC Bolsover in a match that was delayed during the second-half due to a serious leg injury for away keeper Matthew Leese.

Campion and Glasshoughton Welfare complete the top six with Jason Davis twice amongst the goals for Campion in a 4-2 triumph at Swallownest.

Glasshoughton, meanwhile, were 3-2 winners against visitors AFC Emley with all five goals coming in a hectic fourteen-minute period around the hour mark, Lewis Pickering, Jack Knight and a Wayne Hughes own goal proving enough for the hosts.

There was a hat-trick for Ainsley Finney in Harworth Colliery's 5-2 home win against East Yorkshire Carnegie whilst Jordan Smith and Samuel Cable both struck twice in their games for Skegness Town and Selby Town but tasted defeat.

Skegness went down 4-2 at Armthorpe Welfare with Jordan Buckham scoring two for the home side and Selby were beaten 3-2 at home by Hallam, Sam Smith with a brace for the Countrymen.

Photo: Goalscorer Gregg Anderson (red #5) and everyone else watches the ball fly into the net during Knaresborough Town's 7-3 home win over Kendal Town in the Emirates FA Cup. (Picture: Craig Dinsdale)

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