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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2021/22 #5

19th August, 2021

Maltby Main are the new leaders of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division whilst Nostell Miners Welfare remain at the summit in Division One after a full programme of matches in midweek.

Only Parkgate sat out of the action as the tables start to take shape after three weeks of the season with Maltby becoming the early pacesetters in the Premier Division after a 5-0 home victory over Athersley Recreation who remain bottom.

A Reagan Waud hat-trick was sandwiched by an Alex Hardwick opener and a last-gasp strike from Johnathan Williams on a difficult night for the visitors who were reduced to eight men due to two dismissals and an injury to a player.

League newcomers Sherwood Colliery are up to second after their dramatic 4-3 win at Hemsworth Miners Welfare in a game where the Nottinghamshire side were always in front but the hosts never gave up.

William Norcross and Ryan Ingram gave Sherwood a 2-0 lead before Connor Brunt halved the deficit before half-time.

Gareth Curtis made it 3-1 on the hour mark, Jason Davis pulled it back to 3-2 on 84 minutes, Nathan Clarke restored the two-goal advantage as the game entered injury time only for Hemsworth to get their third through Kane Swinburn.

Knaresborough Town and Handsworth complete the top four following wins, Mark Simpson and Thomas Dugdale netting for Knaresborough in a 2-0 win at Goole AFC whilst Handsworth were 3-2 victors over visitors Garforth Town who were top going into the midweek action.

James Burgess put the visiting Miners in front on five minutes but a Jamie Barkway own goal quickly restored parity and it was 2-2 by the interval with the hosts' second goal, this time from Jordan Lonchar, cancelled out by Daniel Coupland.

But, Thomas Roebuck grabbed what proved to be the winner for Handsworth early in the second period who leapfrog Garforth as well as AFC Mansfield and Grimsby Borough who both drew their matches 2-2.

Lynton Karkach got both of Mansfield's goals in the opening half of their home clash with Penistone Church but the visitors drew back level in the second period through Kieran Ryan and then a late Nicholas Guest penalty.

Borough took a fifteenth minute lead at home to Bottesford Town, thanks to Adam Drury, but Clayton Bryant equalised and Michael Jones put the Poachers in front only for the spoils to be shared courtesy of a Richie Burdett penalty with five minutes remaining.

Jaime Ture scored what could be the season's quickest goal as he broke the deadlock after just 29 seconds in Winterton Rangers' 4-0 home victory over Thackley, his early strike added to by Matthew Allison, Josh Walker and Daniel Walker.

Eccleshill United thrashed hosts Emley AFC 5-1 with Andrew Cooper's penalty kicking things off before goals from Aiden Day, Sumaili Cissa, Zackary Sangster and Ellis Wade made it a comfortable night for the Eagles with George Doyle getting on the scoresheet for the Pewits.

Myron Gibbons got the only goal of the game for Staveley Miners Welfare's first win of the season as they beat hosts Albion Sports.

And, four goals were shared by Silsden AFC and their visitors Barton Town with Curtis Bateson's 81st minute equaliser for the North Lincolnshire side making it a point apiece.

A 4-1 victory for Nostell sees them stay top of Division One, ahead of Selby Town on goal difference who are up to second after an even more convincing win of their own.

Nostell scored all of their goals in the opening 32 minutes at Teversal, Lewis Pickering's brace added to by Anees Younis and Louis Penny-Larter with Joseph Geeson claiming a late consolation for the home side.

Flynn McNaughton also struck twice in Selby's 5-1 home win over Hall Road Rangers with the Robins' goals for column further boosted by Harry Clapham, Liam Flanagan and Jon-Paul Vass.

Glasshoughton Welfare and Worsbrough Bridge Athletic continued their fine starts to the season with further success, Ashley Bell the hero is Glasshoughton's 1-0 home defeat of Retford FC whilst Worsbrough came from 2-0 down to beat visitors Harrogate Railway Athletic, Spenser Sheppard with the 70th minute winner.

Adam Baskerville's penalty secured Armthorpe Welfare a 1-0 win at home to Rainworth Miners Welfare and his side climbs to fifth and Rossington Main are up to seventh after Niall Doran's hat-trick helped his side to a 5-2 victory at Hallam.

Jack Warwick struck twice in Clipstone's 3-1 victory over neighbours Shirebrook Town at the Lido Ground whilst Callum Greaves and Alex Lill were the scorers for Swallownest as they prevailed 2-0 at Dronfield Town.

North Ferriby were held to a 2-2 draw at home by Brigg Town, Danny Buttle earning the Villagers a point with a 61st minute equaliser, whilst it was 3-3 between Ollerton Town and their visitors FC Humber United, Louis Blackwell netting a hat-trick before Gavin King's injury time equaliser rescued a point for the hosts.

Photo: Jaime Ture's shot hits the back of the next to open the scoring for Winterton Rangers after just 29 seconds in their 4-0 home win over Thackley in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division on Wednesday. (Picture: Paul Tong)









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