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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2019/20 #4

18th August, 2019

Four sides made it two wins out of two to start their Premier Division campaign in perfect fashion as part of a full programme of Toolstation NCEL fixtures on Saturday afternoon.

Goole AFC lead the quartet on goal difference after Devonte Newman-Morton's tenth-minute strike earned the Vikings a 1-0 victory at Thackley.

Hemsworth Miners Welfare, Garforth Town and Silsden are the other sides with maximum six points with Hemsworth enjoying the biggest win of the three as they defeated visitors Eccleshill United 4-1 after going behind to an Antony Brown strike.

Jason Yates and Edward Cass had them ahead by the interval whereupon Matthew Hughes and Ryan Carroll made sure of the points in the second period.

Garforth were single-goal victors at Yorkshire Amateur, Adam Priestley with an early goal for the Miners, whilst Khurram Shazad got both of Silsden's goals in a 2-1 home win over Maltby Main.

The largest victory belonged to Albion Sports who won 8-1 at Athersley Recreation, Alhassane Keita's hat-trick added to by goals from Bruce Fernando, Marcel Chigumira, Sam Denton, Roy Fogarty and Andrew Horbury.

There was also a big win on their travels for Grimsby Borough who, thanks to goals from Lewis Bemrose, Liam Higton, Harry Burke, Joshua Sunter and Adam Drury, triumphed 5-1 at Bottesford Town.

Ben Hinchliffe struck a hat-trick for Barton Town but the Swans went down 4-3 at Liversedge, a Joseph Kenny brace along with an Alfie Raw penalty and Craig Disley own goal giving the hosts the points.

There were home victories for Penistone Church and Staveley Miners Welfare with Luke Aldrich earning Church a 1-0 scoreline over Bridlington Town.

Adam Lund, Michael Burke, Tomas Poole and Joseph Pugh ensured a 4-2 win for Staveley over neighbours AFC Mansfield whose goals both came from the league's top scorer Ross Duggan.

Meanwhile, the match between Handsworth and Knaresborough Town ended goalless at Sandy Lane.

In Division One, Selby Town now top the table after their 5-1 win at Harrogate Railway Athletic, Joshua Walker's opener added to by a double from Daniel Walker and further goals from Christopher Jackson and Alex Burton before Joe Jagger grabbed a late consolation for the Rail.

Retford FC, Winterton Rangers and Skegness Town also move above previous leaders North Ferriby who drop to fifth after Liam Radford's 59th minute goal condemned the Villagers to a 1-0 loss at Armthorpe Welfare.

Will Tomlinson's penalty midway through the second period proved to be the winner for Retford as they beat visitors Hallam 2-1 whilst Winterton won by the same scoreline at local rivals Brigg Town, Robbie Start and Adam Baskerville netting for Rangers before James Osborne halved the deficit for the Zebras.

And, goals in the last ten minutes from Jordan Smith and William Britton claimed a 3-1 victory for Skegness at Dronfield Town.

Hall Road Rangers climb to sixth after a 9-0 home annihilation of next door neighbours East Hull, Richard Medcalf and Dan O'Connor with two each whilst there were also goals for Ryan Williams, James Whittingham, Tommy Waud, Luke Bullement and Gary Bradshaw.

A Danny Edwards brace helped Nostell Miners Welfare to a 4-1 win over visitors Campion and they move up into seventh.

Worsbrough Bridge Athletic were 5-1 victors at Parkgate with Daniel Palmer scoring a hat-trick, Thomas Foltyn-Brown struck twice in Rossington Main's 3-2 home win over Glasshoughton Welfare, and there was a 1-1 draw between Swallownest and visitors Ollerton Town.

Photo: Tommy Waud finds the net for Hall Road Rangers in their 9-0 home win over next door neighbours East Hull in Toolstation NCEL Division One on Saturday. (Picture: Darren Thompson)





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