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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2020/21 #11

18th October, 2020

Liversedge became the twelfth Toolstation NCEL side to make it through to the First Round Proper of this season's Buildbase FA Vase with victory in their home tie with Ashton Athletic on Saturday.

The tie was one of two Second Round Qualifying fixtures held over from the previous weekend that involved our sides with Winterton Rangers bowing out in the other clash after a 2-1 loss at New Mills.

Sedge trailed in the fifth minute but Oliver Fearon quickly levelled before Joe Walton gave them the lead early in the second period and Fearon's second sealed a 3-1 win and a home match against Newcastle Benfield in the next round at the end of the month.

Winterton, meanwhile, took the lead through Lee Ridley on eight minutes at their North West Counties League hosts but they were pegged back by the interval and a penalty soon after the restart saw them exit the competition.

In the Premier Division, Bridlington Town are up to second, a point behind leaders Yorkshire Amateur after an 8-1 home win over bottom side Athersley Recreation.

Ryan Eastwood's second minute own goal gave the Seasiders the perfect start and Chris Adams doubled their advantage before Jack Bennett brought the Rec back into the game on 37.

But, Thomas Waudby struck twice to make it 4-1 at the break before completing his hat-trick on 53 with Joe McFadyen, Billy Logan and Daniel Earl completing the scoring in the final half hour.

AFC Mansfield climb to third after winning 5-0 at home to Garforth Town who had begun the afternoon in second place, Ross Duggan reaching double figures in all competitions with a brace whilst Jordan Annable, Morgan James and Matthew Sykes completed the victory for the Bulls.

Reece York and Jordan Barnes scored, one in each half, for Grimsby Borough as they defeated Albion Sports 2-0 and they are now fourth whilst Sports drop to tenth.

Maltby Main and Handsworth consolidated their places in the top eight with victories, Main winning 1-0 at home to Silsden AFC, Jonathan Hill with the decider on sixteen minutes, whilst Handsworth were 3-2 victors in a dramatic game at Thackley.

Matthew Broadley had seemingly rescued a point for the home side on 86 minutes, bringing the game back to 2-2, but Leon Howarth popped up with the winner as the game veered towards stoppage time to claim all three points for Russ Eagle's men.

Barton Town leap up into ninth after Ben Hinchliffe grabbed both of their goals in a 2-1 home win over next-to-bottom Bottesford Town whilst there were also victories for Eccleshill United and Staveley Miners Welfare to move them both up the table.

Talent Ndlovu's 40th minute penalty secured the points for Eccleshill as they beat visitors Hemsworth Miners Welfare by a single goal, and goals from Rieves Boocock, Robson Doolan and Reece Clegg made it a 3-0 triumph for Staveley at Knaresborough Town.

Campion remain a point ahead of Emley AFC at the top of Division One after they both claimed wins on their travels.

Sean Hunter's second half hat-trick, adding to braces before the interval for Jason Carney and Aidan Kirby saw Campion claim a 7-1 win at Harrogate Railway Athletic after going behind to a second minute penalty converted by Daniel Thirkell.

Emley, meanwhile, were 4-2 victors at Worsbrough Bridge Athletic, Kyle Willis getting two vital goals in the second period as the Pewits continue their excellent start to the season.

Maximum points for Brigg Town, North Ferriby, Rossington Main and Hall Road Rangers have moved all four up the table in the top six.

Brigg thrashed visitors Retford FC 8-0 with Alfie Usher, Andrew Taylor, Jack Boswell and Stephen McCarron giving the hosting Zebras a four goal lead by the interval that was then added to in the second half through Taylor's second, a Jack Bowskin strike and two in the last ten minutes from Reece Moody.

Louis Kirk, Danny Emerton and Joshua Street netted for Ferriby in a 3-0 home triumph over Parkgate whilst Rossington won 2-1 at East Hull in a game played at Goole AFC's Victoria Pleasure Grounds, Micah Parsons and Tyla Bell scoring for Main before Ali Aydemir's late consolation.

And, Hall Road defeated visitors Swallownest 2-0, courtesy of second half strikes from David Harrison and Nathan Walker.

There was relief for Selby Town as they picked up their first points of the season with a 2-1 victory at Glasshoughton Welfare who now replace them in the basement having lost their opening six matches.

Bradley Freer made a third minute breakthrough for the Robins and Liam Flanagan made it 2-0 before Mark Ferguson's 76th minute penalty for Welfare brought the hosts back into the game.

Hallam were 4-1 home winners at the expense of Nostell Miners Welfare, Kieran Watson's tenth goal of the season starting things off with Christopher Wood, Jack Brownell and Richard Patterson also getting on the scoresheet.

The Sandygate side go eighth, above Skegness Town who came from two goals down to draw 2-2 at home with Armthorpe Welfare in a game that did not come to life until the second period.

Steven Garner and Thomas Foltyn-Brown had put Armthorpe in the driving seat by the 54th minute but Joshua Nichol opened the Lilywhites' account on 67 and Gary King grabbed an injury-time equaliser to ensure the spoils were shared.

Photo: Bridlington Town hat-trick hero Thomas Waudby on the ball for the Seasiders in their 8-1 home win on Saturday that moves them up to second in the Premier Division whilst visitors Athersley Recreation stay bottom.





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