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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2021/22 #10

5th September, 2021

Goals from Jack Harrison and James Oliver secured Handsworth their place in Monday's Emirates FA Cup Second Round Qualifying whilst Sherwood Colliery have a chance to join them in a midweek replay after they made a dramatic comeback on Saturday.

Handsworth were 2-0 home winners at home to United Counties League visitors Coventry United with Harrison's opener coming on the half-hour whilst Oliver confirmed the victory with thirteen minutes remaining.

Colliery, meanwhile, were at home to former Toolstation NCEL side Buxton who are riding high in the Pitching In Northern Premier League Premier Division and many would have feared the worst when they went 2-0 down early in the second period.

But, two goals in quick succession from Liam Theakstone and Gareth Curtis brought them back to 2-2 and they will now replay at the Silverlands on Tuesday night.

Sadly, Winterton Rangers bowed out of the competition as they were beaten 4-1 by Northern Premier League hosts Bedworth United with Josh Walker getting their goal.

With leaders Colliery in FA Cup action, there was a chance for sides to overtake them at the top of the Premier Division and wins for Grimsby Borough and Maltby Main saw them leapfrog the North Nottinghamshire side into the top two.

Borough are the leaders after a 4-2 home victory over Goole AFC with a brace each for Reece York and Richie Burdett after Joseph Fella had given the Vikings an early lead.

Jonathan Hill, Thomas Whiting and Alex Hardwick netted for Maltby in their 3-0 win over visitors Emley AFC whilst Garforth Town are up into fourth after Charlie Marshall's 74th minute decider in the Miners' single-goal victory at home to Knaresborough Town.

Staveley Miners Welfare let a two goal lead slip at home to Barton Town and were held to a 2-2 draw that sees the Trojans move up into sixth whilst Barton stay sixteenth.

Mitchell Langton and Tomas Poole had put the home side in control by the interval but Harrison Coley and Thomas Davie made sure the spoils were shared with the Swans in the second period.

Albion Sports leap into ninth after goals from Jamal Stewart and Raeece Ellington claimed 2-0 victory over visitors AFC Mansfield and Thackley join the Lions in the top half as an Owen Murphy brace, added to by Lawrance Hunter, ensured a 3-0 win at home to bottom side Athersley Recreation.

And, there was a 2-0 home victory for Bottesford Town as Reece Moody and Jack Cross got on the scoresheet to beat Eccleshill United and move the Poachers up to thirteenth on an afternoon that saw their captain Michael Jones play his 1,000th game in men's football.

The match of the day in Division One was at the EC Surfacing Stadium as the top two met but it was hosts Brigg Town who dominated, thrashing Nostell Miners Welfare 7-0.

There were hat-tricks for Dayle Hutson and Scott Phillips whilst Andrew Taylor also scored to move Brigg two points clear at the top whilst their opponents drop to fourth.

Selby Town are now second after a Liam Flanagan penalty earned the Robins a 2-1 win at Parkgate after Christian Fox's side had come from behind.

Jack Watson's hat-trick helped Rossington Main to a 4-0 home victory over Shirebrook Town that lifts his side up into third whilst their Derbyshire visitors drop into the bottom two.

North Ferriby continue their climb up the table as Thomas Corner, Daniel East and Harvey Carew netted in the Villagers' 3-2 win at Swallownest and they are now fifth.

Armthorpe Welfare lose a little ground in seventh as they went down 3-1 at Retford FC, Liam Bennett and Luke Abdy with goals in the last half-hour to claim the win for the hosts.

Jack Brownell's 70th minute winner lifts Hallam up to ninth following their 2-1 win at Harrogate Railway Athletic whilst there were home victories for Dronfield Town and Hall Road Rangers.

Dronfield's first win of the season came with a 2-1 defeat of Ollerton Town, Connor Chapell with the decider on 81 minutes, and Alex Knaggs, Daniel Norton and Harry Griffin were the scorers in Rangers' 3-0 triumph over basement visitors Teversal.

And, the spoils were shared at the Fairfax Plant Hire Stadium as FC Humber United and Clipstone played out a rollercoaster 3-3 draw.

Clipstone led twice through Jason Foster and Jack Warwick only to be pegged back by Jack Gascoigne and Louis Blackwell before the home side took the lead for the first time thanks to Brandon Burke but William Heather made sure it was a point apiece in the 79th minute.

Photo: Alex Knaggs celebrates scoring the opening goal in Hall Road Rangers' 3-0 home win over basement side Teversal in Toolstation NCEL Division One on Saturday. (Picture: Darren Thompson)





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