Results, reports & table- 29th August 2018

Wednesday 29th August
North Riding Football League Premier Division
6.30pm kick-off unless stated
Bedale 0-2 Yarm & Eaglescliffe
Boro Rangers 7-0 BEADS
Grangetown BC 1-4 Thornaby Dubliners
Guisborough Town Reserves 2-2 Fishburn Park
Redcar Town P-P Stockton West End
St Marys 1947 1-4 Staithes Athletic
Stokesley SC 0-1 New Marske
Thornaby Dubliners returned to the top of the North Riding Football League Premier Division after a strong win at Grangetown on Wednesday night. Boys Club scored through Ben Martin but strikes from Russell Spence, Arron Brookbanks, Anton Buchan and Liam Southall took Dubs top.
Boro Rangers are second after dishing out another thumping, this time to BEADS. Jamie Bellamy and Jamie Lisle both blasted braces, with Jamie Lee, Matty McQueeney and Jonny Squires putting Ben Wheatley’s men in seventh heaven.
Yarm and Eaglescliffe, perhaps one of the early season surprise packages, are third after a hard-fought 2-0 win at in-form Bedale. Fresh from victories over Stokesley and Fishburn Park, Dale were pegged back by goals from Mike and Sean Mackin.
Staithes Athletic picked up their first victory of the campaign in style after a 4-1 success at St Marys 1947. Connor Hood’s hat-trick was the catalyst for Gary Sivills’ men, with Morgan Corner also on target. Ryan Todd replied for Saints.
Stokesley’s struggles continue as New Marske picked up their first points of their maiden Premier Division campaign. Kieran Stares was the hero with the sole strike in a 1-0 victory at Broughton Road.
A lively encounter saw Nathan Storr and Dan Brown ensure a share of the spoils for Fishburn Park. Hosts Guisborough Town Reserves built on Saturday’s heavy 13-1 victory over Redcar Newmarket with a decent point as the sides drew 2-2.

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