Results and reports-29th & 30th Sep

Friday 28th September
North Riding Football League Premier Division
7.30pm kick-off unless stated
Redcar Town 0-1 Fishburn Park
Stokesley Sports Club 1-1 Yarm & Eaglescliffe
Saturday 29th September
North Riding Football League Premier Division
2.00pm kick-off unless stated
Bedale P-P Guisborough Town Reserves
Boro Rangers 0-1 Stockton West End
Kader 4-8 Grangetown Boys Club
Redcar Newmarket 8-3 New Marske
Staithes Athletic 3-0 St Marys 1947
Thornaby Dubliners 6-3 BEADS
North Riding Football League First Division
2.00pm kick-off unless stated

Lingdale Village 3-1 Loftus Athletic
Loftus 1-3 Stokesley AFC
Middlesbrough Rovers 1-7 Redcar Athletic Reserves
Thirsk Falcons 2-1 Stokesley Sports Club Reserves
Tees Valley Tigers 1-2 Great Ayton United Royals
Scarborough Junior Cup First Round
2.00pm kick-off
Heslerton 1-5 Whitby Fishermens
Sunday 30th September
North Riding Football League Under 19 Division
2.00pm kick-off unless stated

Coulby Newham 3-6 Grangetown Boys Club
Guisborough Town 3-5 Redcar Athletic
Redcar Newmarket 0-2 Nunthorpe Athletic
T.I.B.S 9-2 Seaton Carew
Fishburn Park’s improved run continued with a hard-fought win at Redcar Town on an eventful if low-scoring Friday night’s action.
The Whitby side created chances following a tight first half and took the lead through in-form youngster Callum Halley’s strike, on the hour. Andy Park and Mark Waterfield’s men then held out for a victory that takes them up to fifth spot.
Yarm and Eaglescliffe started the week in third and would’ve been joint top on points but for a late goal for hosts Stokesley Sports Club. Matty Jenkinson had put the visitors in front. However, under the Broughton Road lights, Chris Lax’s men roared back, ending their barren run with a late Marcus Allen goal.

Saturday’s match of the day saw Stockton West End leapfrog Boro Rangers after a 1-0 away victory over their nearby rivals. Both sides featured players from the North Riding Football League representative side, who recently returned from the UEFA Regions Cup, in Romania. It was one of them that settled the clash too- West End’s Ben Turner, with a crucial winner.

Things got worse for Rangers when Thornaby Dubliners kept up their superb start to the season, dropping last season’s champions to third and pushing themselves up to second. Dubliners enjoyed a 6-3 victory over bottom club BEADS with Tom Atkinson and Anton Buchan blasting braces for the hosts. Aaron Brookbanks and Gary Mitchell added to the scoring with the Middlesbrough visitors replying through Dan Lofts’ double and Jake Matthews’ goal.
Grangetown are up to fifth after an amazing 8-4 success at Kader. Anthony Barnes netted five on his own, with James Hunter, Ben Martin and Liam Cooper also on target for the Boys Club. Harry Roocroft, Luke Tidy, Lee Armes and Carl Williams responded for their Middlesbrough hosts.
Elsewhere, Staithes Athletic enjoyed a comfortable win over St Marys, at Seaton Crescent. Connor Hood and Morgan Corner sent them in 2-0 up at half-time, with Hood’s second, wrapping this up for the home side, after the interval.
Redcar Newmarket’s remarkable turn around in form continues apace after an 8-3 victory over New Marske. That pattern was reflected in the game itself too as Newmarket found themselves 3-1 down at half-time. However, Kieran Stares, who had netted twice, for New Marske, alongside Liam Fox’s goal, was sent off which proved a turning point and Redcar were irresistible in the second half. Both Michael Dowse and Lee Jefferson slammed home hat-tricks, with Jamie Graham and Lewis Upton completing the Newmarket scoring in an astonishing 8-3 win.
Bedale and Guisborough Town Reserves saw their match postponed due to players from both sides representing the North Riding Under 18s.
In Division One, the top two met as Thirsk Falcons inflicted Stokesley Reserves’ first defeat of the season. Ryan McKendry’s brace clinched it for the Falcons despite Isaac Walker’s 88th minute reply.
Tees Valley Tigers stay third despite a 2-1 home defeat to Great Ayton United Royals. Connor Bagan scored for Tigers, but Mark Shimwell bagged a brace, in reply, as Royals rise to sixth in a congested First Division table.
Lingdale Village are fourth after inflicting just a second defeat of the season on neighbours Loftus Athletic. A Ben Crooks brace and Antony Cox strike cancelled out Jordan Smith’s goal for Loftus.
The other Loftus side fared no better as Stokesley AFC picked up their first win of the season at Loftus FC’s expense. Robbie Bell, Jack Boddy and Ross Davison found the net for Stokesley, with Dan Stonehouse on target for their hosts.
Redcar Athletic Reserves picked up their first win of the season in style with a 7-1 success at Middlesbrough Rovers. Young guns McCorie Carmichael and Dylan Barker both belted hat-tricks, with Aaron Taylor making it seven. Damon Miller notched Rovers’ consolation.
Grangetown remain top of the Under 19 Division after a 6-3 win at Coulby Newham, on Sunday. Mason Sheekey scored twice for Coulby and Yousuf Bennett added a third, but Ben Martin’s five-goal haul and Jordan Crosby’s strike settled it for the Boys Club.
Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick are second and also 100%. They hammered nine past fellow new boys Seaton Carew. Jack French and Aiden Middleton scored braces, with Josh Galey, Panashe Mwamba, Leo Bullock, Oliver Wilson and Oliver Bielby also scoring for T.I.B.S. Seaton’s consolations came through Ryan Robinson and Louis Hall.
Defending champions Guisborough Town’s shaky start continued as Redcar Athletic won 5-3 at the King George V ground. Liam Doyle, Tomas Yafano and Dominic Harrison notched for the Priorymen. The visitors had too much though and Thomas Eglinton’s hat-trick, plus goals from Blake and Josh Bennett saw them home.
Nunthorpe enjoyed a hard-fought 2-0 win at Redcar Newmarket. Shawn Spozio and Chris Willard netted the vital strikes to complete the job for the away side.


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