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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2021/22 #31

18th November, 2021

Garforth Town have moved up to second place in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division, five points behind leaders Grimsby Borough, after a 1-0 home win over Staveley Miners Welfare in midweek.

A Kevin Terhaerdt goal as the game entered first half stoppage time ensured a third straight victory for Paul Marshall's side and extended their unbeaten run to eleven matches.

The other Premier Division encounter saw hosts Goole AFC defeat visitors AFC Mansfield 2-0 to climb up into tenth in the table.

Dylan Collington's opener on 40 minutes was added to late in the second period by Samuel Cable to maintain the Vikings' surge up the standings whilst the Bulls remain in fifteenth.

Elsewhere, it was county cup action with Knaresborough Town kicking things off on Monday night with a trip to former NCEL side Brighouse Town in the First Round of the West Riding County Cup.

Craig Ramplin put them ahead after a quarter-of-an-hour but the home side levelled towards the start of the second period and, after the game finished 1-1, it was Brighouse who progressed 5-4 in a penalty shoot-out.

Tuesday night saw FC Humber United take on Hull City U23s at the Roy West Centre in the East Riding Senior Cup and, although Craig Allen and Szymon Czubik scored for the Division One side, they bowed out of the competition with an 8-2 defeat.

Kierwan Wells netted for Sherwood Colliery but they went down 2-1 at home to Notts Senior Cup holders Basford United in the Second Round.

Rossington Main were 5-1 victors at fellow NCEL Division One side Hallam in the Quarter-Finals of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup with Tyla Bell and Myron Gibbons both grabbing a brace for the visitors.

And, they will be joined in the last four by Maltby Main who beat hosts Nostell Miners Welfare, Reagan Waud getting two of their goals whilst Liam Ormsby also scored twice for the home side.

But, it was a Joseph O'Neill own goal that proved decisive as Maltby went through with a 3-2 win.

Photo: Goalmouth action during FC Humber United's 8-2 defeat to Hull City U23s in their East Riding Senior Cup at the Roy West Centre on Tuesday evening. (Picture: Danny Lydiate)

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