RESULTS & REPORTS- Sat, Sun & Weds 13th-17th October 2018

Saturday 13th October
2.00pm kick-off
North Riding Football League Premier Division
Redcar Town 3-0 Grangetown Boys Club
Thornaby Dubliners 3-3 Fishburn Park
Yarm & Eaglescliffe 3-2 New Marske
 
North Riding Football League First Division
Lingdale Village 1-5 Redcar Athletic Reserves
Loftus Athletic 0-3 Great Ayton United Royals
Loftus FC 3-6 Whitby Fishermens
Stokesley AFC P-P Stokesley Reserves
 
D & G Trophy First Round
Thirsk Falcons 3-2 Tees Valley Tigers
 
North Riding County Cup First Round
BEADS p4-4 Kader
Bedale 5-3 Stokesley Sports Club
Guisborough Town Reserves 2-6 St Marys 1947
Middlesbrough Rovers 1-4 Redcar Newmarket
Staithes Athletic 1-5 Boro Rangers
Sunday 14th October
North Riding Under 19 Division
2.00pm kick-off
Guisborough Town 1-2 Seaton Carew
Nunthorpe 6-1 Coulby Newham
Redcar Athletic 7-4 Grangetown Boys Club
T.I.B.S 2-2 Redcar Newmarket
Thornaby Dubliners took advantage of Stockton West End’s weekend off to go top of the North Riding Premier Division, but they had to battle for a dramatic draw with rivals Fishburn Park. Liam Southall had put the Dubliners ahead but the Whitby side roared back with three goals before half-time. Andrew Menzies and Alex McGovern were on target before Sam Richardson struck to make it 3-1. The hosts laid siege after the interval, hitting the woodwork twice before Tom Atkinson and Gary Mitchell eventually did do the business to rescue a point.
Yarm and Eaglescliffe remain fourth after an equally-dramatic 3-2 victory, at home to New Marske. Sean Mackin put the hosts ahead, before Robbie Farrier levelled. Anthony Chisman put Yarm back ahead, after the break, only for the visitors’ man of the match Farrier to equalise for a second time. However, Chisman wasn’t to be denied and powered home a spectacular winner to take the spoils. 
Redcar Town are one place lower and kept up their challenge with a 3-0 win over Grangetown Boys Club. Ryan Bennions broke the deadlock on eleven minutes and Sam Wheatley doubled Town’s advantage before half-time. Luke Nicholson put icing on the cake, three minutes from the end.
Great Ayton United Royals are up to third in Division One as they hit three goals without reply at Loftus Athletic. Joe Marsay put Ayton ahead and Mark Shimwell made it two, before the interval. Shimwell made things safe, later on, with his second and Ayton’s third.
Whitby Fishermens could go second if they win their game in hand, they stay well in the pack after a 6-3 success, across town, against Loftus FC. Jake Faichney and James Armstrong bagged braces, with Karl Storr and Jord Purvis also on target. Home skipper James Twaddle netted twice in reply, with Liam Johnson also notching.
Five miles away, Redcar Athletic Reserves thumped Lingdale Village 5-1. The Athletic goals were shared between Joe Bennett, Sam Raine, McCorie Carmichael, James Ascough and Thomas Eglinton, while Leon Thorpe responded for Village.
There was a meeting of the second tier’s top two in the D & G Trophy where it went with form. Leaders Thirsk Falcons beat second placed Tees Valley Tigers 3-2, despite goals from Isam Benomran and Chris Mitchell. Ben Calvert, Callum Manson and Cameron Scott goals saw Falcons home. 
The North Riding County Cup kicked off in earnest and the stand-out clash saw BEADS edge an all-Premier tie on penalties after being held 4-4 by Kader. The battle of the bottom two saw basement side BEADS surge into a 4-0 lead, with Lee Mahon breaking the deadlock on 20 minutes and Dan Lofts also netting before half-time. Two goals in ten minutes, early in the second half, from Mark Sowerby and Lofts looked to have put the result beyond doubt but plucky Kader stunned their hosts. Led by the impressive Drew Lambert, they scored through Carl Williams’ brace, along with further goals from Craig Hayward and Luke Tidy, before losing 4-3 on penalty kicks.
The second of four all top flight ties saw Bedale defeat Stokesley Sports Club 5-3. Dan Caisley put Dale ahead inside six minutes, only for Steve Cattle to level within seconds. In-form Col Anderson restored Bedale’s advantage, but the visitors again hit back quickly, this time through Louis Benoit’s 21st-minute penalty. Anderson though, sent Dale in ahead at the break with a well-timed third for Dale. Jonny Rayner made it 4-2 with 19 minutes left, but new signing Kieran Stares took Sports Club within a single goal again, soon after. Rayner then won it with a fifth, six minutes from time.
Boro Rangers kept up their winning run with a 5-1 victory at Staithes Athletic. Star man Lewis Colley bagged a hat-trick, with Phil Horsman and Jonny Squires also netting for Ben Wheatley’s men. Ryan Thompson netted for Staithes.
St Marys 1947 found their shooting boots at Guisborough Town Reserves with an emphatic 6-2 success. Ryan Todd blasted a treble, with Tony Wilson scoring twice and Chris Norlund also finding the net. Guisborough’s goals came from Ross Harrison and Dean Wilson.
Redcar Newmarket had to battle harder than the scoreline suggests in a 4-1 win at Middlesbrough Rovers. It was just 2-1 to Newmarket at half-time, with Daniel O’Brien on target for Rovers. Michael Dowse scored twice and Rob Hannah bagged a brace for Newmarket who upped things after the break. 
The Under 19 Division leaders Grangetown Boys Club were stunned 7-4 at third-placed Redcar Athletic, on Sunday. McCorie Carmichael hit four for Athletic, with Joe Bennett, Joe McGlade and Ross Cole all hitting the target too, for the hosts. Boys Club netted through Callum Hails and a Ben Martin hat-trick.
Second bottom Redcar Newmarket pushed second top Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick all the way as the sides drew 2-2. Nathan Bradshaw and Aiden Middleton scored for T.I.B.S, while Redcar replied through Leon Bellerby and James Waldon.
Nunthorpe were the big scorers of the day, thumping Coulby Newham 6-1. Kai Connelly struck Coulby’s consolation, with Nunthorpe notching through Chris Willard’s hat-trick Shawn Spozio’s brace and a Josh Mitchell effort.
Last season’s champions Guisborough Town continue to struggle, this time around. They lost out 2-1 at home to Seaton Carew. Dominic Harrison did the business for the Priorymen but goals from Lewy Ryder and Louis Hall saw Seaton safe. Wednesday’s one game saw Redcar Town continue their winning room with a comfortable win over visitors Bedale. Town’s Ryan Bennions was in unstoppable form, but it took half an hour before he broke the deadlock, then crucially added a second on the stroke of half-time. Bennions had a hat-trick just after the hour with Andrew Porritt putting it beyond doubt, ten minutes from time. Youngster Jack Stapley hit a late consolation for the away side.
 
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