RESULTS and REPORTS- Midweek 9-12 April 2018

Monday 9th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Grangetown Boys Club  3 V  1 Nunthorpe Athletic
Guisborough United  P V  P Yarm & Eaglescliffe
MACMILLAN BOWL
6.10pm kick-off
Stockton West End  2 V  3 Thornaby Dubliners
D & G TROPHY
6.10pm kick-off
New Marske Lakes United  6 V  0 Stokesley SC Armstrong Richardson
Tuesday 10th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Hartlepool FC  P V  P Boro Rangers
Northallerton Town  P V  P Thornaby FC
Wednesday 11th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Boro Rangers  P V  P Staithes Athletic
Nunthorpe Athletic  P V  P Stockton West End
St Marys 1947  0 V  3 Fishburn Park
Thornaby Dubliners  3 V  4 Redcar Newmarket
Redcar Town  P V  P BEADS
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Bedale  2 V  1 Great Ayton United
Redcar Athletic Reserves  P V  P Whitby Fishermens Society
Thursday 12th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Coulby Newham  P V  P Kader
Guisborough Town  P V  P Redcar Newmarket
In the North Riding Football League Premier Division, on Monday, Grangetown Boys Club registered a crucial 3-1 victory over their rivals Nunthorpe Athletic. The Boys Club led through Dean Jones, with striker Mark Ward again on target, notching twice including an impressive 30-yard lob. Nunthorpe pulled one back through Josh Blakey. 
 
Thornaby Dubliners continue to impress in the cup competitions, surprising Stockton West End, 3-2, in the MacMillan Bowl. Gary Mitchell blasted a hat-trick for the Dubliners, with West End replying through Ben Turner and Elliott May. Thornaby will visit the winners of the Whitby derby- Fishburn Park v Whitby Fishermens Society- in the semi-finals.
 
New Marske Lakes United booked a home semi-final with First Division promotion rivals Great Ayton United Royals in the D & G Trophy. Lakes surged past Stokesley SC Armstrong Richardson, 6-0. On 25 minutes, Liam Robson smashed home from distance, after good build-up play involving Joe Canwell and Robbie Farrier. Liam Beadnall’s pressure at the near post, from Ben Marshall’s corner, then forced an own goal, nine minutes into the second half. with 20 minutes left, Ste Barker made it 3-0 with a rising piledriver that flew into the roof of the net. Danny Rowe managed to get himself a hat trick within the last 10 minutes. Some helpful wing play, from Marshall, set Rowe up for his first goal. The marksman then pounced on a fumble from the visiting keeper, after an Alan Taylor shot, to make it 5-0. Marshall then picked the ball up, on the edge of the box, beat three defenders, then drilled the ball towards the front post where Rowe was on hand tap in the third of his treble.

After Tuesday’s North Riding Football League Under 19 Division action was washed out, there were some significant battles at the top of the other two divisions, on Wednesday.

Fishburn Park remain in the hunt at the business end of the NRFL Premier Division. The Whitby side cut leaders Boro Rangers’ advantage to four points, though remain third, behind Redcar Town. They’ve played two games more than the Rangers, though goals from Nathan Storr (2) and Mikey Kilpatrick helped them to a useful 3-0 win at Yarm outfit St Marys 1947.
 
A seven-goal thriller, also in the top tier, went the way of Redcar Newmarket. Simon Kasonali, Leon Bellerby and top scorer Michael Dowse’s brace helped the away side to a narrow 4-3 victory. Hosts Thornaby Dubliners were unable to build on Monday’s excellent cup win despite goals from Gary Mitchell, Russ Spence and James Tattersfield. 
 
Elsewhere, leaders Bedale took another big step to promotion from the NRFL First Division, going three points clear, despite falling behind to Mark Shimwell’s 20th minute opener. Third placed visitors Great Ayton United Royals were pegged back within eight minutes, however, when Joe Martin found the net. Dale won the battle, 15 minutes from time, when Wayne Thompson fired home for 2-1. 


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