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Toolstation NCEL Match Review 2023/24 #15

17th September, 2023

A dramatic injury-time equaliser from Samuel Pashley has given Emley AFC a second chance to reach the Emirates FA Cup Third Round Qualifying stage after their 1-1 draw at Mossley on Saturday.

The Pewits looked to be exiting the competition after their Pitching In Northern Premier League hosts had opened the scoring around the hour mark.

But, the late leveller means they will meet again at the Fantastic Media Welfare Ground on Tuesday and will find out who the winner will face in Monday's draw for the next round.

Tadcaster Albion were in front of the BBC cameras as their lunchtime tie at home to Vanarama National League visitors Chester was broadcast live.

And, the Brewers gave an excellent account of themselves, taking the lead in the 20th minute with a fine goal finished by Kieran Greenway.

Chester equalised early in the second half and it took until the final ten minutes of the game before they asserted their three division superiority over their hosts to claim a 3-1 victory in a hard-fought game.

And, Albion Sports were narrowly beaten 2-1 in their tie at Northern Premier League side Hyde United, Lewis Waddington with a 77th minute goal to halve the deficit for the Lions.

But, they could not find an equaliser to force a replay and bow out of the competition with their heads held high.

In the Premier Division, Silsden AFC remain at the summit as an 82nd minute winner from Casey Stewart secured them a 2-1 victory at bottom side Bottesford Town.

Handsworth, Frickley Athletic and Thackley all won to keep themselves three points behind the leaders and go above Knaresborough Town who drop to fifth.

Brandon Bagley netted twice for Handsworth whilst Henry Carne scored at both ends, including grabbing what proved to be an 80th minute winner, in their 4-3 victory at Maltby Main.

There was a brace for Alhassane Keita, including an injury-time decider, as Frickley beat visitors Eccleshill United 2-1 and Thackley were 3-2 victors at home to Hallam.

Daniel Claridge found the net twice for the Dennyboys with his second turning out to be their decisive third in the 87th minute.

Knaresborough drop three places after a 4-2 home loss to Penistone Church despite taking a fifth minute lead, the visitors racing into a 4-1 advantage by the half-hour with Nathan Keightley getting a couple of their goals.

Pickering Town were 4-1 winners at Goole AFC, a Ben Hall own goal added to by the away side by Kieran Stares, Nathan Dyer and Matthew Dawes.

Daniel Naidole's 77th minute strike was enough to earn Golcar United a 1-0 victory at Barton Town and Jordan Emery struck twice from the penalty spot in Garforth Town's 4-2 home victory over Campion on Friday night.

Wombwell Town kept up their perfect home record to stay top of Division One as Gavin Allott scored four in their 5-0 win over Ollerton Town, Owen Birks with their other goal.

Second-placed Parkgate defeated basement visitors Swallownest 6-0 to keep on the leaders' heels, Silas Valladolid-Collins' double added to by Brandon Potts, Ahmed Tahar, Connor Williamson and Jack Haslam.

Nostell Miners Welfare are third after their 4-1 home victory on Friday night, Jordan Kershaw, Joe Wood, Harvey Booth and Liam Owen finding the net in their win over Athersley Recreation.

There was another comprehensive home win for Retford United at the expense of Brigg Town, Lewis Macaskill, Max Pemberton, Mark West and Maximilian Dungworth twice netting in their 5-0 success and the Badgers are fourth.

Wakefield AFC drop to fifth after their 2-1 loss to visitors Clay Cross Town, Reece Clegg with the 78th minute winner for the Millers.

There was a hat-trick for Wilfred Frimpong as Yorkshire Amateur claimed their first home league win of the season, a 5-2 defeat of Armthorpe Welfare whilst Charlie Bingham netted all of Staveley Miners Welfare's goals in a 4-3 loss to visitors Glasshoughton Welfare, Owen Thomas scoring Welfare's fourth in the 82nd minute.

Benjamin Hinchliffe scored twice in Beverley Town's 4-2 win at home to Retford FC and a Harris Dunn brace made sure of a 2-0 home victory for Louth Town over Worsbrough Bridge Athletic.

There was a late equaliser by James Lockwood as hosts Harrogate Railway Athletic grabbed a point in a 2-2 draw with Horbury Town.

And, Dronfield Town defeated visitors Selby Town 3-1 with goals from Samuel Bebbington, Harry Walker and Max Rhodes.

Photo: Tadcaster Albion's Kieran Greenway celebrates his goal in the Brewers' narrow Emirates FA Cup defeat at home to Vanarama National League North side Chester on Saturday. (Picture: Craig Dinsdale)

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