Results and reports- 23-26th April

Monday 23rd April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

6.15pm kick-off

Fishburn Park  2 V  1 Redcar Town
Guisborough United  9 V  1 BEADS
Redcar Newmarket  1 V  2 Stockton West End
Thornaby Dubliners  1 V  1 St Marys 1947
LOU MOORE TROPHY

6.15pm kick-off

Boro Rangers  13 V  0 Nunthorpe Athletic
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION

6.20pm kick-off

Bedale  P V  P Stokesley SC Armstrong Richardson
Tuesday 24th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION

6.15pm kick-off

Boro Rangers  P V  P Middleton Rangers
Kader  P V  P Guisborough Town
Northallerton Town  P V  P Hartlepool FC
Wednesday 25th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

6.15pm kick-off

Fishburn Park  P V  P Nunthorpe Athletic
Redcar Newmarket  5 V  0 BEADS
St Marys 1947  4 V  8 Stockton West End
Boro Rangers  4 V  0 Staithes Athletic
Thornaby Dubliners  3 V  3 Guisborough United
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION

6.20pm kick-off

Bedale  P V  P Loftus Athletic
New Marske Lakes United  6 V  0 Lingdale Village
Stokesley Sports Club AR  P V  P Whitby Fishermens Society
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Kader  2 V  9 Guisborough Town
Thursday 26th April

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION

6.10pm kick-off

Hartlepool FC  P V  P Thornaby

 

Boro Rangers and Stockton West End continue their two-horse race at the top of the North Riding Football League Premier Division, though five points still separate them.
Another comfortable victory saw leaders Rangers ease past strugglers Staithes Athletic, 4-0, on Wednesday. Goals from Jamie Lisle, Paul Blake, Matty McQueeney and man of the match Stu Rose sealed the three points.
Challengers West End won a 12-goal thriller at St Marys 1947. The Saints made a great start with three goals in 11 first half minutes through Ben Cotts’ brace and Michael Hillary’s goal, but free-scoring Stockton simply scored more with eight blasted home, amongst Matt Calvert’s fourth for Saints, ten minutes from time. Stockton struck through Carl Williams’ five-goal onslaught and additional strikes from Josh Harrison, Ben Turner and Jake Large.
Redcar Newmarket were one-sided victors, defeating BEADS 5-0. Michael Dowse was again on target, with a twin salvo. Leon Bellerby, Lee Jefferson and Simon Kasonali also found the net.
Thornaby Dubliners and Guisborough United battled to a 3-3 draw as Dubs’ steady spell continued. Lewis Reeve, Liam Fox and Liam Johnson struck for United, but they were cancelled out by goals from Thornaby’s Russell Spence, Gary Mitchell and James Tattersfield.
Just one clash took place in Division One and it saw New Marske stay in the promotion race with an emphatic win over Lingdale Village, at Gurney Street. Steven Barker and Kieran Stares fired a brace each, with Liam Beadnall and man of the match skipper Robbie Farrier completing the scoring.
There was also just a sole match in the North Riding Under 19 Division as leaders Guisborough Town stretched their advantage, at the top, to five points, over Boro Rangers. A 9-2 success over a talented Kader side outlined the Priorymens’ dominance this season. Michael Hoyland netted twice for the Middlesbrough side, four goals from John Howard proved pivotal, with Donny Holdsworth blasting a brace and additional strikes from Owen Armstrong, Kyle Trantor and Joseph Morley.
West End fought to a 2-1 victory at Redcar Newmarket on Monday night. Ryan Hodgson struck for Newmarket, but the visitors won it with goals from perennial performers Sean O’Brien and Ben Turner.
Fishburn Park defeated Redcar Town, by the same scoreline in what now looks a battle for third spot. Joe Crowther and Ben Wilson netted for Park, with Redcar replying through Josh O’Donovan. Just goal difference keeps Town third with Park holding two games in hand.
Elsewhere, Guisborough United thumped BEADS 9-1. Jordan Morgan netted for the Middlesbrough outfit, but Lewis Reeve’s four-goal blast was joined by Dean Wilson’s hat-trick and Paul Young’s brace as United won convincingly.
Thornaby Dubliners and St Marys 1947 cancelled each other out, 1-1. Ryan Todd struck for the Saints, but Dubs continued their good recent form as Paul Barker found the net.



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