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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2021/22 #64

7th April, 2022

Albion Sports have moved out of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division relegation zone after a 3-0 home win over neighbours Silsden AFC in midweek.

The game was goalless at the interval but Robbie Fox made an early breakthrough in the second period before an Amir Berchil double ensured they leapfrog over Hemsworth Miners Welfare who drop into the bottom two and Sports are three points clear with one game to play.

Handsworth tightened their grip on a top eight finish with a 3-0 victory at Bottesford Town, James Eyles' opening minute strike added to by a second half brace from Leon Howarth.

They stay three points behind seventh placed Barton Town who were 2-1 winners over Maltby Main, Thomas Davie and William Waudby sandwiching a goal from Main's Layton Swaine.

The bottom three in Division One is confirmed after FC Humber United's 4-0 loss to landlords Selby Town rubber-stamped their finish in the relegation zone alongside Teversal and Clipstone.

Liam Flanagan dispatched a couple of penalties whilst Harry Clapham and Henry Rollinson grabbed one each for the Robins who will end the season in sixth.

Swallownest could not fully celebrate their safety following Humber's defeat, however, as they conceded goals in the first ten minutes from Brandon Bagley and Max Rhodes to lose 2-0 in their short trip to Parkgate.

And, Shirebrook Town were 4-2 winners at Armthorpe Welfare, Kenan McKenzie's spot kick and strikes from Kyle Gaunt and Joshua Parfitt putting them 3-1 up in the second period after their hosts had taken a fourth minute lead through Rhys Plater.

Aidan Thomas pulled one back for Welfare but Fabian Johnson ensured the victory for the Derbyshire side with under ten minutes remaining.

Meanwhile, Ollerton Town's home game with Hall Road Rangers was postponed due to floodlight issues and will now be played a week on Saturday (16th).

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