NRFL Results and reports- 2/3rd Dec

Saturday 2nd December

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

2.00pm kick off

Boro Rangers  8 V  1 St Marys 1947
Fishburn Park  P V  P Redcar Newmarket
Guisborough United  P V  P Nunthorpe Athletic
Redcar Town  P V  P BEADS
Staithes Athletic  5 V  1 Stockton West End
Thornaby Dubliners  P V  P Grangetown Boys Club
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION
Loftus Athletic  4 V  2 Stokesley SC Reserves
Middlesbrough & Teesside SA  P V  P Whitby Fishermens Society
NORTH RIDING SATURDAY CHALLENGE CUP
Lingdale Village  P V  P Leyburn Town
Great Ayton United Royals  P V  P New Marske Lakes United
Stokesley Armstrong Richardson  P V  P Bedale
By Andrew Snaith
 
The weather decimated Saturday’s North Riding Football League and cup programme, with only three matches possible across all competitions.
 
Leaders Boro Rangers extended their advantage, in the top tier, over Fishburn Park, to five points, with the Whitby side holding a game in hand.
 
Rangers thumped St Marys 1947, by eight goals to one. Half of those were notched by ex-Thirsk Falcons forward Stu Rose, with Jonny Squires, Matty McQueeney and Coy Blake’s brace sealing a comfortable victory. Their Yarm visitors netted through Chris Norlund. 
 
Staithes Athletic pulled off a tremendous 5-1 win over Stockton West End, in a home encounter switched to West End.
 
Ryan Thompson broke the deadlock, for Staithes, midway through the first half , with Thompson then grabbing his second, five minutes after the break. Jake Thompson and James Armstrong put Staithes four up on the hour, while Stockton pulled one back, around ten minutes from time, through Ben Turner. Connor Hood then completed the scoring late on, lobbing in from near the halfway line.
 
The one match in the North Riding Football League First Division saw inconsistent Loftus Athletic, in fifth, see off sixth-placed Stokesley Sports Club Reserves, 4-2. Man of the match Jordan Rowe netted twice, with Jordan Woodall and Chris Morrison also on the scoresheet, for the hosts. Stokesley replied through Brad Wheatley and substitute Dan Caney. The visitors were level at 2-2 before conceding twice more, late in the day.
 
Only one game took place in the North Riding Football League Under 19 Division, on Sunday as Billingham Synthonia enjoyed a comfortable victory over Hartlepool Pools Youth. Michael Fisher, Callum Daniels and man of the match Luke Duffy were on target as Synners moved up, one place, to third from bottom.
 

 


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