Mon 16th-Thurs 19th April- MIDWEEK RESULTS & REPORTS

Monday 16th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Grangetown Boys Club  3 V  1 Thornaby Dubliners
Nunthorpe Athletic  2 V  7 Stockton West End
Tuesday 17th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Kader  P V  P Middleton Rangers
Northallerton Town  P V  P Coulby Newham
Wednesday 18th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Boro Rangers  7 V  1 BEADS
Redcar Newmarket  2 V  0 Fishburn Park
Staithes Athletic  P V  P Yarm & Eaglescliffe
LOU MOORE TROPHY
6.10pm kick-off
Nunthorpe Athletic 3 V 1 Guisborough United
Stockton West End  2 V  3 Thornaby Dubliners
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Lingdale Village  P V  P Bedale
New Marske Lakes United  2 V  1 Whitby Fishermens Soc
Stokesley SC Reserves  0 V  3 Great Ayton United Royals
Thursday 19th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Boro Rangers  P V  P Kader
Hartlepool FC  P V  P Guisborough Town
Middleton Rangers  2 V  12 Coulby Newham
Redcar Newmarket  P V  P Northallerton Town
Stockton West End’s unlikely title challenge in the North Riding Football League Premier Division continues. 
They’ve now caught up their games in hand on leaders Boro Rangers and are five points adrift, in fourth. They hold games in hand on Fishburn Park and Redcar Town above them too, following a 7-2 win at bottom club Nunthorpe Athletic. Athletic’s Lee Armes and Josh Blakely notched, but visitors West End powered back through Ben Hamilton’s brace and Ben Turner’s hat-trick, with further goals from Rob Jenkins and Carl Williams.

At the other end, Grangetown Boys Club picked up another vital Monday night victory in their battle to stay up. Grangetown netted through Lewis Patchet and Lee Seed’s dual strikes. Dubs replied through James Tattersfield.

Boro Rangers extended their lead at the top of the North Riding Football League Premier Division after a 7-1 win over BEADS, on Wednesday.

Man of the match Stuart Rose hit a hat-trick, with Jamie Bellamy, Matty McQueeney, Jonny Squires and Tom Keenan also on target. BEADS replied through Karl Liley.

Redcar Newmarket defeated Fishburn Park, 2-0 after Ryan Hodgson and Dan McCauley found the net. The Whitby side finished the match with ten men after Sam Richardson’s dismissal.

In the Lou Moore Trophy, Elliott May and Michael McLaughlin’s goals weren’t enough to save Stockton West End from tumbling out of the Lou Moore Trophy, 3-2 at home to Thornaby Dubliners. It was an identical result to the sides’ meeting nine days ago in the MacMillan Bowl as Russell Spence blasted a brace and Anton Buchan also scored for Dubs.

Elsewhere, Nunthorpe Athletic enjoyed a 3-1 home win over Guisborough United. Matthew Nelson put Athletic ahead, before Dean Wilson levelled for the visitors. However Luke Smithyman and Stuart Browne’s strikes ensured Nunthorpe’s progress.

In NRFL Division One, Great Ayton United Royals are four points off the top, in third, after a 3-0 win. Ash Woodier, Jamie Atkinson and Mark Shimwell all scored at Stokesley Sports Club Reserves.

Fourth-placed New Marske Lakes United are three points further back with a game in hand after defeating Whitby Fishermens Society, 2-1. Luke Nicholson blasted a brace, while Karl Storr replied for Mark Jones’ men, who had goalkeeper Paul Cull sent off.

The draw for the semi-finals of the North Riding Football League Macmillan Bowl:

Bedale AFC                         v              Boro Rangers

Thornaby Dubliners        v              Fishburn Park

Ties will be played on Saturday 28th April.

Thursday’s only game saw a heavy defeat for the bottom club as Coulby Newham hit double figures.
A double hat-trick is a rare event but a treble hat-trick is something special. Alex Clark hit nine for Newham, with Joseph Scarby and Aaron Smith, with a brace, also finding the net. Struggling Middleton Rangers replied through Dale Mangoye and Kai Carty, who have scored consistently all season.
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