Extreme weather overnight led to the postponement of twelve of the nineteen scheduled Toolstation NCEL matches on what was a quieter-than-anticipated Saturday afternoon.Maltby Main
's home clash with Garforth Town
was one of three fixtures to go ahead in the Premier Division but it was abandoned after 75 minutes due to a head injury to Main frontman Reagan Waud following an accidental clash with a teammate.
After eventually getting checked over at Hull Royal Infirmary, Reagan took to social media to send his thanks to everyone for their concern and support, and all at the Toolstation NCEL send our best wishes to him in his recovery.
Elsewhere, there were victories for Thackley
and Silsden AFC
that see them leap up the table to eleventh and twelfth, respectively.
Lewis Waddington's double and a third from Ben Grech-Brooksbank had Thackley firmly in control by the interval at Goole AFC
and, although Luke Williams pulled one back for the Vikings in the 53rd minute, Ras Diamond found the net late on in a 4-1 win for the visitors.
And, Silsden ran out 4-2 winners at home to Handsworth
with two from Bradley Riley, plus goals from Jack Normanton and Josimar Bradshaw, securing the three points despite a late mini-fightback from the away side as Kane Reece and Leon Howarth got on the scoresheet in the final twenty minutes.
In Division One, North Ferriby
stretched their lead at the top of the table to six points after a hard-fought 1-0 home win over Nostell Miners Welfare
who stay eighth.
Josh Whiteley got the vital breakthrough in the 70th minute to keep the Villagers unbeaten in the league this season after nineteen games.
Fourth-placed Rossington Main
are now eight points behind Ferriby after a 3-3 draw at Glasshoughton Welfare
in a match that saw four goals scored in a dramatic eight minute second half period.
Carl Robinson had given the hosts an early lead, cancelled out by Tyla Bell, to make it 1-1 at the break before Danny Deakin put Rossington ahead on 50 minutes, only for that advantage to quickly be extinguished by Lewis Stephens.
Dylan Drovi then made it 3-2 to Welfare and Deakin's second on 58 restored parity once again and everyone must have wondered what the final score would be - but that proved to be the end of the goals and the spoils were shared.
strengthened their grip on fifth spot with a 4-0 home victory against Shirebrook Town
, all of the goals coming in the second half from Harry Clapham, Kain Rogerson, Charlie Clamp and Calum Ward.
Rainworth Miners Welfare
took a point at their neighbours Ollerton Town
, Nathan Benger levelling for the Wrens in the second period after Gavin King's opener in first half stoppage time in a 1-1 draw that sees Rainworth move up to sixteenth whilst Ollerton stay twelfth.
And, Brigg Town
have progressed to the Semi-Finals of the Lincolnshire Senior Trophy after their visitors Blackstones were withdrawn from the competition in midweek for being unable to field a side in the Quarter-Final tie.
Photo: A snow covered Fantastic Media Welfare Ground on Saturday morning that resulted in the postponement of Emley AFC's home Premier Division match with Winterton Rangers, one of twelve Toolstation NCEL games called off due to the weather. (Picture: Emley AFC)