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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2019/20 #21

20th October, 2019

Staveley Miners Welfare left it late to claim a 1-0 home victory over Knaresborough Town on Saturday to stay four points clear at the top of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division.

It took an injury-time penalty converted by Joseph Pugh to separate the sides in a close match at Inkersall Road with the Trojans claiming their fifth straight win.

Liversedge made it four victories in a row and move up into second spot after beating hosts Albion Sports 5-3 in a game that was locked at 2-2 at the interval.

Lamin Janneh twice brought Sports level in the opening period after Joe Walton's first minute strike and Elliot Holmes own goal on 36 had put Sedge ahead.

The hosts restored parity for a third time through Joseph Thornton after Oliver Fearon's goal on the hour mark but Jake Thompson netted and there was a second from Walton to ensure victory for the visitors.

Kieran Ryan and Andrew Ring both scored twice to earn Penistone Church a 4-1 win at Thackley that sees Ian Richards' side climb up into third.

Hemsworth Miners Welfare fall to fourth after being held to a 1-1 draw at home by Garforth Town, Nash Connolly's opener for the hosts cancelled out by Sean Hunter towards the end of the first half.

A Matthew Sykes decider on 60 minutes saw Grimsby Borough go down 1-0 at home to Yorkshire Amateur with Borough dropping to fifth in the table whilst the Ammers jump up to seventh.

In between them are Bridlington Town who also won by a single goal, Joe McFadyen separating the sides in a home clash with AFC Mansfield who now find themselves in the bottom three.

Barton Town go above the Bulls with a 4-3 win at the side who replaces them in nineteenth, Bottesford Town.

Daniel Boulton scored a hat-trick for the hosts but Waide Fairhurst's injury time winner - his second of the afternoon - saw the Swans prevail at the Poachers.

And, Goole AFC leapfrogged into the top half of the table with a 3-2 home victory over Silsden, Joshua Schofield, James Faulkner and Niah Payne with the Vikings' goals.

Skegness Town maintained their three point advantage at the summit of Division One but had to come from behind in the last ten minutes to claim a dramatic 5-4 win at home to Glasshoughton Welfare in a thriller.

Remarkably, the game was goalless at half-time but it did not take long after that for the drama to unfold as Luke Rayner-Mistry put Skegness ahead on 48 only for Nathan Perks to strike twice to give Welfare a 2-1 lead within fifteen minutes.

Gary King then netted a double to put Skegness back in front before Ryan Hallsworth and then Perks, completing his hat-trick, had the visitors 4-3 up with twelve minutes remaining.

Liam Parker brought the scores level and, as the game veered towards stoppage time, Jason Field grabbed a winner for the Lilywhites.

Campion keep up the pressure in second spot with their eighth consecutive victory, this time a 3-2 win at Selby Town with Mohammad Qasim's brace added to by Daniel Facey whilst Christopher Jackson netted twice for the Robins who stay in third but have lost a little ground on the top two.

Fourth-placed Winterton Rangers also tasted defeat, Jordan Snodin and Adam Baskerville scoring in the opening quarter-of-an-hour for visitors Armthorpe Welfare before Nathan Peat got a second half consolation in a 2-1 loss.

Alex Rippon and Simon Harrison found the net for Parkgate who are now fifth after a 2-1 win at home to Harrogate Railway Athletic whilst Andrew Taylor scored on his debut for North Ferriby, the only goal in a win over visitors Nostell Miners Welfare that moves them up into sixth.

They go above Retford FC who drew 1-1 with Hall Road Rangers at the Rail, Dan O'Connor with a second half equaliser for the away side after Joshua Street had put the Choughs ahead on 37 minutes.

Basement side East Hull got their first point of the season, David Watts' goal on 61 putting them ahead at Rossington Main before they were pegged back by Niall Doran's leveller.

And, there were away wins for Swallownest and Brigg Town with Nathan Morritt scoring the only goal in Swallownest's victory at Hallam whilst Ryan Thompson got two of Brigg's goals in a 3-0 defeat of hosts Worsbrough Bridge Athletic.

Two matches were called off due to waterlogged pitches - Eccleshill United's home clash with Handsworth in the Premier Division and Ollerton Town's Division One trip to neighbours Dronfield Town.

Photo: Action from Armthorpe Welfare's 2-1 victory at Winterton Rangers in Toolstation NCEL Division One on Saturday. (Picture: Steve Pennock)





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