RESULTS AND REPORTS- Wed 28 Mar, Sat 31 Mar & Sun 1 Apr

Wednesday 28th MarchNORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

7.45pm kick-off

Redcar Town  1 V  1 Thornaby Dubliners
Saturday 31st MarchNORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

2.00pm kick-off

Boro Rangers  5 V  1 Grangetown Boys Club
Fishburn Park  P V  P Redcar Town
Nunthorpe Athletic  P V  P BEADS
St Marys 1947  1 V  3 Guisborough United
Staithes Athletic  P V  P Yarm & Eaglescliffe
Stockton West End  4 V  2 Thornaby Dubliners
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION2.00pm kick-off
Lingdale Village  P V  P Stokesley SC Armstrong Richardson
Loftus Athletic  1 V  3 New Marske Lakes United
Stokesley SC Reserves  P V  P Great Ayton United Royals
Sunday 1st AprilNORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION

2.00pm kick-off

Middleton Rangers  P V  P Guisborough Town
Thornaby  P V  P Redcar Newmarket
RT RAINE TROPHY2.00pm kick-off
Hartlepool FC  2 V  0 Hartlepool Pools Youth
Boro Rangers took another step towards the North Riding Football League Premier Division championship with a 5-1 win over struggling Grangetown Boys Club. Dec Morrison’s strike was emphatically cancelled out by goals from Stuart Rose, Jack Guy, skipper Nathan Liddell and Jamie Bellamy’s brace.

 
A Lewis Reeve hat-trick saw Guisborough United leapfrog St Marys 1947 and Redcar Newmarket to take fourth spot after a 3-1 victory. Reeve fired home in the first-half before slamming in two second half penalties. Ryan Mackey netted for St Marys, who provided the opposition, late in the day, but United were worthy winners.

 
Stockton West End returned to winning ways, overtaking Newmarket on goal difference, to go sixth, in the process. Goals from Ben Turner, Rob Jenkins, Elliot May and Carl Williams ensured victory for West End. Gary Mitchell netted twice for visitors Thornaby Dubliners, who continue to require wins from their games in hand to get out of the danger zone.

The one First Division clash that survived Friday’s rain saw New Marske Lakes United stay in promotion contention after a 3-1 derby win at Loftus Athletic. Bryant Coldwell found the net for hosts Athletic, but Lakes stay fourth and go within four points of leaders Bedale after goals from Dean Goldthorpe, Luke Nicholson and substitute Danny Rowe.
All NRFL Under 19 games were postponed, but there was a Hartlepool derby in the RT Raine Trophy, on Sunday. Shahban Mohammed put FC ahead and substitute Adam Cowen made sure with the winning second as Pools Youth were put to the sword. Their reward is a home tie with league leaders Guisborough Town in the semi-finals.


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