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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2021/22 #16

26th September, 2021

Eight Toolstation NCEL sides have progressed to the First Round Proper of this season's Buildbase FA Vase following wins at the weekend.

In the two all-NCEL ties, Barton Town Old Boys and Winterton Rangers defeated league rivals with Barton knocking out hosts Staveley Miners Welfare in a penalty shoot-out.

The visiting Swans took an 81st minute lead courtesy of Harrison Coley before the home side grabbed an injury time equaliser by Declan Howe to take it to spot kicks that Barton won 5-3.

Winterton, meanwhile, were 2-0 home victors over Selby Town with both of their goals coming at the start of the second period, Luke Anderson and Jaime Ture settling the tie.

Parkgate were the only side to beat non-NCEL opposition on their patch as Haydn Ward's fourth minute goal earned them a 1-0 win at West Didsbury & Chorlton in front of 438 spectators, the weekend's biggest crowd.

Garforth Town and Goole AFC both secured 4-0 home victories over Garstang and Maine Road, respectively, with Alex Burton, Kevin Terhaerdt, Jed Zanos and James Burgess netting for Garforth whilst the Vikings' scorers were Christopher Simpkins, Joel Spence, Mitchell Pattinson and Joshua Dacre.

Talent Ndlovu and Luke Aldrich struck at the end of each half to complete a 2-0 win for Eccleshill United over visitors Bishop Auckland and a 3-1 defeat of Cheadle Heath Nomads saw hosts Grimsby Borough progress thanks to goals from Daniel Trott, Jack Bradbury and Jack Debnam.

Emley AFC took an 86th minute lead through George Doyle but were pegged back by an injury-time penalty by visitors Chadderton before the Pewits held their nerve to win 6-5 in the penalty shoot-out.

Elsewhere, Conner Harman and Chris Spinks gave Hall Road Rangers the perfect start but they ended up beaten 5-2 at Abbey Hey whilst Mark Simpson grabbed a late consolation for Knaresborough Town in a 4-1 defeat at Birtley Town.

Adam Shaw and Elliot Holmes were Harrogate Railway Athletic's scorers in their 3-2 loss at Cleator Moor Celtic and Maltby Main were eliminated 4-3 on penalties at home to Bury AFC after the match finished 2-2.

Brigg Town went down 7-2 at Prestwich Heys, Samuel Bebbington struck for Dronfield Town as they were beaten 4-1 at South Liverpool, and there were goals for Patrick McGuire and Ben Grech-Brooksbank in Thackley's 3-2 home loss to Holker Old Boys.

Sherwood Colliery bowed out with a 2-0 loss at Harborough Town, Swallownest lost 5-0 at Lower Breck, Rossington Main were beaten 3-0 by visitors Skelmersdale United, and Shirebrook Town were knocked out by a single goal at home to Sleaford Town.

And, there was further disappointment in the only game played on Sunday as, despite taking the lead through Jaydan Sandhu, Albion Sports crashed out 8-1 at home to Newcastle Benfield.

In league action, Handsworth, AFC Mansfield and Bottesford Town all move up into the top eight of the Premier Division with home victories.

Handsworth trailed 2-1 at half-time against visitors Hemsworth Miners Welfare but eventually prevailed 5-3 in a thrilling match at the Express Worktops Stadium @ Olivers Mount.

Thomas Roebuck got two of the Ambers' goals whilst Sam Smith, Jack Harrison and Richard Tootle also got on the scoresheet with Thomas Cadzow, Connor Brunt and Layton Swaine netting for Hemsworth.

Handsworth climb to fifth, remanining ahead of Mansfield on goal difference after the Bulls' 2-0 win over Silsden AFC at the Forest Town Arena, Jack Gibbs and Lynton Karkach scoring either side of the interval for the hosts.

And, Bottesford defeated Penistone Church 3-0 at Birch Park to jump into eighth, Reece Moody giving them a half-time lead before Luke Ayris and Mason Ellender made sure of the victory in the second period.

North Ferriby's surge up the table has continued as a seventh straight win moved them into second in Division One, a point behind leaders Brigg.

Joel Shortland and Thomas Corner bagged two each whilst Daniel East's opener and Elliot Wilson's own goal completed a 6-1 win over visitors Worsbrough Bridge Athletic.

Hallam have also had a monumental rise, now third after notching up their eighth consecutive victory, racing into a 3-0 lead at Rainworth Miners Welfare in the opening ten minutes, Christopher Salt's deadlock-breaker added to be a quickfire double from Christopher Wood.

Joshua Scully added to their tally late on for a 4-0 victory that sees the Countrymen now just three points off the summit.

Nostell Miners Welfare drop to fifth following a 3-1 home loss to Retford FC, Joe Wood with their equaliser after Alex Wonham had opened the scoring for the visitors who ultimately took the points with second half strikes from Haydn Goddard and Wonham's second.

A Ben Partridge brace helped Ollerton Town to 4-0 home win over neighbours Teversal, Oliver Grady and Gavin King with their other goals to consolidate twelfth whilst the visitors remain next-to-bottom.

Lewis Stephens netted the winner for Glasshoughton Welfare in the 72nd minute of their 3-2 victory at Clipstone in a game that had seen them pegged back twice.

And, it was a point apiece for FC Humber United and their visitors Armthorpe Welfare in a 2-2 draw with Adam Baskerville scoring both of Welfare's goals to twice level things up after Jonathan Wileman and Szymon Czubik had put the hosts in front.

Action from Harrogate Railway Athletic's Buildbase FA Vase match at Cleator Moor Celtic where a narrow 3-2 defeat saw them bow out at the Second Round Qualifying stage. (Picture: Craig Dinsdale)

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