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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2021/22 #29

11th November, 2021

The final two empty spaces in the Third Round of this year's Toolstation NCEL League Cup were filled in midweek whilst Grimsby Borough opened up a six point gap at the top of the Premier Division.

Worsbrough Bridge Athletic caused an upset as the Division One side defeated Premier Division visitors Knaresborough Town 3-1 to move into the last sixteen of the competition.

Jordan Kershaw's first half double sandwiched a Craig Hall strike to give the hosts a 2-1 advantage by the interval with Michael Jepps ensuring the win with his strike on 73 minutes.

Maltby Main were taken to penalties by Division One leaders North Ferriby at Muglet Lane, Jackson Jowett's late equaliser for the ten-man Villagers securing a 1-1 draw with their Premier Division hosts who took the lead in the 35th minute through Reagan Waud.

Main won the spot kicks 4-2 to make it thirteen Premier Division teams and three Division One sides that go into the Third Round draw.

There were four Premier Division matches with Daniel Trott's 73rd minute winner claiming Grimsby Borough a 2-1 home win over Emley AFC after Lewis Collins' opener midway through the first half was cancelled out by George Doyle for the visitors.

Meanwhile, second-placed Eccleshill United were beaten 4-0 at Winterton Rangers in a game that kicked off forty-five minutes late due to travel problems for the Eagles.

The game was goalless until the second period when Paul Grimes made the breakthrough on 50 minutes, Josh Walker then doubled the home side's lead past the hour, and Luke Anderson and Ryan Thompson completed the scoring for Rangers who climb up to eighth.

Handsworth stay fifth after their 2-0 home victory over Albion Sports, Leon Howarth and Sam Smith with the goals towards the start of each half.

A 2-1 win at Goole AFC sees Bottesford Town up to sixth, Dayle Hutson celebrating his return to the Poachers with both of their goals whilst the Vikings' strike came from a Leon Osborne penalty.

And, Silsden AFC bowed out of the West Riding County Cup as they were beaten 3-0 at former NCEL side Campion in their Second Round tie.

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