|Saturday 12th May
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
|Guisborough United||4||V||1||Yarm & Eaglescliffe|
|Stockton West End||1||V||6||Boro Rangers|
|Thornaby Dubliners||4||V||0||Fishburn Park|
|NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION
|Sunday 13th May
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION
|Boro Rangers||P||V||P||Middleton Rangers|
|Northallerton Town||5||V||7||Coulby Newham|
|RT RAINE TROPHY
|Hartlepool FC||P||V||P||Guisborough Town
Boro Rangers saw off their nearest rivals in style just days after sealing the first-ever North Riding Football League Premier Division title.
Ben Wheatley’s men took second-place Stockton West End apart, racing into a 4-0 half-time lead. Stockton pulled one back, but Rangers powered home to seal a superb season. They struck through braces from Paul Blake and Stu Rose. Jack Guy and Nick Robinson were also on target as Boro clinched a 6-1 win.
Nunthorpe Athletic will finish bottom of the NRFL Premier after a 4-2 home defeat to BEADS. Lee Mahon blasted a brace for the Middlesbrough outfit with Karl Liley and Matthew Nelson were also on target.
Thornaby Dubliners continue their decent run of late with an emphatic victory over Fishburn Park. Russ Spence and Anton Buchan both struck twice, with Gary Mitchell also finding the net to see off the Whitby side.
Guisborough United sprang into the top three for the first time after a big 4-1 win over Yarm & Eaglescliffe. Lewis Reeve smashed in a hat-trick, with Liam Fox also scoring. Andrew Cullum netted Yarm’s consolation.
Bedale’s clash with Loftus Athletic was postponed but the NRFL First Division champions were presented with their trophy by Len Scott to captains David Cooke and Ross Hodgson, after a training match.
Sunday’s only game was a 12-goal thriller as Coulby Newham with a 7-5 victory opened up a six point cushion in fourth place. Hosts Northallerton Town notched through Saul Bamber Lister’s hat-trick and a brace for Jack Stapley. Newham, who led 3-2 at half time, found the net through Lee Riley’s treble, two for Alex Clark and further goals from Jay Parkin and Adam Robinson. After the away side went 6-2 up, Town roared back to 6-5 before Riley’s third made the points safe.
Tables correct up to 13th May 2018
North Riding Football League Premier Division