Results and reports- Sat 15th/Sun 16th Sep

Saturday 15th September
North Riding Football League Premier Division
2.00pm kick-off unless stated
Fishburn Park 4-2 St Marys 1947
Kader 4-3 BEADS
New Marske 0-3 Bedale
Redcar Newmarket 6-1 Stockton West End
Redcar Town 2-1 Stokesley Sports Club
Staithes Athletic 0-3 Grangetown Boys Club
Yarm & Eaglescliffe 1-2 Guisborough Town Reserves
 
North Riding Football League First Division
2.00pm kick-off unless stated
Lingdale Village 2-3 Thirsk Falcons
Loftus 3-4 Loftus Athletic
Middlesbrough Rovers 0-5 Tees Valley Tigers
Stokesley SC Reserves 5-2 Redcar Athletic Reserves
Whitby Fishermens 5-0 Stokesley AFC
 
Sunday 16th September
North Riding Football League Under 19 Division
2.00pm kick-off unless stated
Coulby Newham 2-6 Redcar Athletic
Guisborough Town 5-2 Grangetown Boys Club
T.I.B.S 6-2 Nunthorpe
 
UEFA Regions Cup
Group C
West Slovakia 2-2 North Riding Football League
None of the North Riding Football League Premier Division’s top four gained points on Saturday. With the league’s representative side competing in the UEFA Regions Cup in Romania, Boro Rangers and Thornaby Dubliners had their games postponed. However, their nearest rivals were unable to capitalise. 
 
Goals from Rangers duo Matty McQueeney and Stu Rose early in the second half saw the North Riding briefly lead West Slovakia in Group C of the Regions Cup before eventually having to settle for a 2-2 draw.
 
Back home, in Premier action, the big shock saw Redcar Newmarket continue their turnaround with a 6-1 thumping of second-placed Stockton West End. The prolific Michael Dowse blasted four goals for Newmarket with Jamie Graham and Lee Jefferson also on target. Chris Peacock replied for a stunned Stockton, who lost their unbeaten record.
 
Yarm and Eaglescliffe suffered just their second reverse of the campaign, as Guisborough Town Reserves edged home, 2-1. Dion McGrother notched for the third-placed side, but Guisborough took the honours thanks to goals from Paul Young and Dean Wilson.
 
Redcar Town squeezed past Stokesley Sports Club, by the same score, whose poor run continues. Steven Thompson and Elliott Clark found the net for Town. Shayne Ketley was Stokesley’s scorer. 
A seven-goal thriller saw Kader pick up their first points of the campaign. Lee Mahon fired all three strikes for BEADS in this Middlesbrough derby. However a second half fightback saw Kader’s win with goals from Carl Williams, Craig Hayward and Nathan Tidy, who netted twice.
Bedale are up to sixth after maintaining their strong run with a 3-0 win at New Marske. The battle of the newly-promoted sides saw all goals netted in the second half. Within seconds of the restart, Dan Caisley’s angled drive put the visitors ahead, after Col Anderson headed on Mikey Stevens’ throw. Four minutes later, Dale’s lead was doubled as Anderson struck when Dom Yeates parried Callum Fletcher’s 25 yarder. Ross Hodgson nodded in David Cooke’s left-wing free-kick, for the third, 19 minutes from time.
Grangetown returned to winning ways as Staithes Athletic were seen off 3-0, at Seaton Crescent. Lee Dooley, Ryan Emmerson and Ben Martin were the goalscorers, with the Boys Club now level on points with sixth-placed Bedale.
Fishburn Park bounced back from last week’s 7-2 thumping, with victory over fellow mid-table outfit St Marys 1947. Dan Brown bagged a brace, with teenagers Callum Halley and Adam Warrilow, with a superb solo effort, also netting. The visitors responded through a Paul Vaughan double.
Thirsk Falcons and Stokesley Sports Club Reserves continue to lead the way in Division One with three wins from three. Falcons enjoyed back to back 3-2 victories, this time at Lingdale Village. 
 
Stokesley’s second string went in 2-0 up at half-time, against Redcar Athletic’s Reserves, thanks to Matty Lazenby’s double on six and 39 minutes. Athletic levelled with a quickfire double early in the second half. McCorie Carmichael and Sam Raine did the damage as Steve Todd’s men were pegged back. However, Harley Clark put Stokesley back ahead on the hour, with Lazenby completing his hat-trick from the penalty spot and Clark bagging his second late on.
 
A ferocious Loftus derby saw the more experienced Loftus Athletic race into a two-goal lead early on. However, newcomers Loftus FC battled back to 3-2. in front of more than sixty supporters. Dean Sanderson, Adam Thomas and an own goal turned things in FC’s favour but Athletic rallied to edge home 4-3 in a real thriller. Sadly FC’s Carl Harris sustained a broken leg in the clash, we wish him a speedy recovery.
 
Tees Valley Tigers enjoyed a 5-0 win at fellow new boys Middlesbrough Rovers, with Whitby Fishermens defeating Stokesley AFC by the same score. Jord Purvis hit two, with Peter Scaife, Karl Storr and former Staithes marksman James Armstrong scoring for Mark Jones’ men. 
 
The big surprise in the North Riding League Under 19 Division saw defending champions Guisborough Town go down 5-2 at home to Grangetown Boys Club. Kai Gingell and Nathan Walls notched for the Priorymen, but Williams’ brace, with further strikes from Callum Harris, Sowerby and Jordan Crosby made all the difference.
Another new side, Redcar Athletic, are second after their 6-2 victory at Coulby Newham. Lee Riley and Yousuf Bennett struck for Coulby, but McCorie Carmichael’s hat-trick, Joe McGlade’s brace and Joe Bennett’s goal saw Redcar home.
The day’s other clash saw TIBS defeat Nunthorpe by the same scoreline.
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