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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2018/19 #56

31st March, 2019

Worksop Town's seemingly relentless charge to the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division title continued on Saturday as their thirteenth consecutive victory kept them six points clear at the top of the table.

Craig Mitchell and Matthew Sykes found the net in the opening 32 minutes as they beat Staveley Miners Welfare 2-1 at the King of Soho Stadium with Kurtis Morley getting a consolation for the Trojans with around a quarter-of-an-hour remaining.

Penistone Church, meanwhile, won 4-1 at Athersley Recreation to keep within touching distance of the Tigers in second spot as a Nathan Keightley brace, added to by goals from Brett Lovell and Sam Scrivens, secured their victory at Sheerien Park.

Hemsworth Miners Welfare climb up to third, twelve points off the summit, going above Yorkshire Amateur who were without a game, and Bridlington Town who they beat by a single goal, courtesy of Richard Collier's sixteenth-minute strike for the hosts.

Matthew Moore struck in the 44th minute to earn seventh-placed Maltby Main a 1-0 home win over Hall Road Rangers who are now only outside of the relegation zone by virtue of goal difference.

The two sides below Rangers met at Station View with hosts Harrogate Railway Athletic falling into the basement as they were beaten 5-1 by Goole AFC.

A Daniel Barrett hat-trick was instrumental in securing three vital points for the Vikings with Carl Stewart and Mohammed Hamid also getting on the scoresheet whilst Mitchell Hamilton scored the home side's solitary goal.

Knaresborough Town were 3-0 winners on their travels, a Robert Worrall double helping them towards a victory that moves them up into the top eight above Handsworth Parramore who drew 0-0 at Garforth Town.

And, there were home wins for Barton Town and Liversedge with William Waudby and Matthew Plummer scoring in a 2-0 victory for Barton over Eccleshill United whilst Mason O'Malley got the only goal in Sedge's triumph over Thackley.

Grimsby Borough's lead at the top of Division One is back to six points after a Daniel Trott hat-trick and one each for James Petronzio and Lewis Bemrose defeated sixth-placed visitors Worsbrough Bridge Athletic 5-0.

Their nearest rivals Campion went down to a single goal loss at Winterton Rangers, Oliver Fisher-Powell with the strike on 63 minutes to move Rangers up into fourth, three points behind their opponents.

Hallam were 3-0 victors over Skegness Town at Sandygate, Thomas Roebuck's brace added to by a Ryan Carroll goal to keep the Countrymen in third, eight points off the top with three games in hand.

A 1-1 draw at home to Selby Town sees Nostell Miners Welfare fall to fifth, Rhys Meynell's early penalty cancelled out by Gary Collier's equaliser just before half-time for the Robins who stay ninth.

The bottom two sides were both beaten as they were unable to add vital points to their tally in their respective bids for survival.

FC Bolsover had a perfect start at the side they were chasing just outside the drop zone, Adam Lee's early double putting them 2-0 up at Armthorpe Welfare before the hosts roared back with two goals each for Luke Williams and Paul Sherburn for a 4-2 victory that moves Welfare up four places to fourteenth.

Bolsover remain nine points from safety whilst Harworth Colliery stay five points adrift after a 1-0 loss at Dronfield Town, Callum Mawbey with the 40th minute decider.

Ollerton Town are now the team just hovering above the dotted line after a 2-1 loss at East Yorkshire Carnegie, the hosts netting twice deep in stoppage time through Thomas Bennett and Thomas Whiting after Ollerton had seemingly picked up three vital points with Gavin King's 42nd minute opener.

And, there were 1-0 wins on their travels for Glasshoughton Welfare and Parkgate, Ryan Poskitt's penalty earning the points for Glasshoughton at Shirebrook Town whilst a Jason Short own goal gave the Steelmen the victory at Swallownest.

Photo: Celebrations after Thomas Bennett's injury-time equaliser for East Yorkshire Carnegie in a remarkable end to the game that saw his side eventually win 2-1 over visitors Ollerton Town. (Picture: Darren Thompson)

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