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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2018/19 #61

18th April, 2019

Campion have returned to the top of Toolstation NCEL Division One after what could prove to be a massive win at one of their rivals for the title in midweek.

A single-goal victory at Hallam has moved James Bicknell's side up to the summit, three points clear of second-placed Grimsby Borough and six points ahead of their Sandygate hosts with three games left to play.

Marcus Day popped up with the vital strike midway through the second half to settle what was a tight contest in front of an excellent crowd of 408, the biggest Division One attendance of the season.

Winterton Rangers boosted their chances of a top-four finish as they won 2-1 at the side just below them Nostell Miners Welfare to increase the gap between themselves to four points.

Luke Anderson and Elliot Broughton turned the game in their favour in the second period after Jack Cowgill's 26th minute opener for the hosts.

The other two midweek Division One games saw home victories as William Britton netted a late winner for Skegness Town as they defeated East Yorkshire Carnegie 1-0 whilst AFC Emley beat Armthorpe Welfare 3-0.

Shane Hamilton broke the deadlock early on for the Pewits before Daniel Naidole and Patrick Sykes made sure of the three points after the interval.

In the Premier Division, Hall Road Rangers have dropped into the relegation zone on goal difference after a 9-1 pummelling at Liversedge.

Tariq Richards' hat-trick and a Rilwan Olaoson brace added to the scoreline in the second period after Red Bates, Tom Jackson, Brandon Kane and Joe Walton had given Sedge a 4-0 half-time lead.

Keiron Walker scored the consolation for Rangers who now have two games to save their top-flight status, including a final day showdown with the side that is just above them, Goole AFC.

Ashley Flynn's fortieth goal of the season helped Yorkshire Amateur to a 2-1 win at Thackley that sees them climb into fourth, Fernando Moke making it 2-0 before Ryan Basi halved the deficit for the home side on 85.

Staveley Miners Welfare and Handsworth Parramore both won on their travels to stay seventh and eighth, respectively, Adam Scott scoring both of Staveley's goals in a 2-1 win at Athersley Recreation.

Leon Howarth got what proved to be the winner in the 86th minute as Handsworth defeated hosts Eccleshill United 3-2 in a roller-coaster of a game at the Mitton Group Stadium.

And, a Mark Simpson penalty early in the second period secured the points for Garforth Town as they beat visitors Bottesford Town by a single goal.

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