Results & Reports- 20th/21st October 2018

Saturday 20th October
North Riding Football League Premier Division
2.00pm kick-off
BEADS 1-3 Thornaby Dubliners
Guisborough Town Reserves 2-2 St Marys 1947
Staithes Athletic 0-1 Boro Rangers
North Riding Football League First Division
2.00pm kick-off
Redcar Athletic Reserves 1-0 Loftus Athletic
Thirsk Falcons 6-0 Loftus FC
MacMillan Bowl First Round
Great Ayton United Royals 1-2 Yarm & Eaglescliffe
New Marske 0-1 Redcar Town
Redcar Newmarket 2-1 Kader
Whitby Fishermens 4-3 Stockton West End
D & G Trophy First Round
2.00pm kick-off
Stokesley AFC 4-3 Middlesbrough Rovers
Lingdale Village P-P Stokesley Sports Club Reserves
Sunday 21st October
North Riding Football League Under 19 Division
2.00pm kick-off
Redcar Newmarket 1-3 Redcar Athletic
Seaton Carew 0-11 Grangetown Boys Club
Thornaby Dubliners continue to lead the way in the North Riding Football League Premier Division. Arran Newman, Tom Atkinson and Gary MItchell did the damage for Dubs. Dan Lofts responded for hosts BEADS who stay bottom after a 3-1 defeat.
Boro Rangers stay second but were made to work for their 1-0 victory by a stubborn Staithes Athletic. In the end, it was only Jamie Lisle’s second half header that separated the sides at Seaton Crescent.
The division’s other game saw Guisborough Town Reserves and St Marys 1947 locked 2-2. It was Paul Young and Lewis Reeve’s late equaliser for the Priorymen, with Saints notching through Matty Calvert and Ben Cotts.
Thirsk Falcons stay top of the second tier after crushing Loftus FC 6-0. 
Redcar Athletic Reserves then defeated the other Loftus side, Loftus Athletic, with Thomas Eglington’s goal proving decisive.
The stand-out result in the MacMillan Bowl saw First Division Whitby Fishermens keep up their great run to shock Premier title chasers Stockton West End 4-3 at Lythe Sports Field. This despite West End goals from Elliott May, Ben Turner and Chris Peacock. Mark Jones’ Fishermens side netted through Jake Faichney, James Armstrong and a brace from man of the match Karl Storr.
Great Ayton United Royals weren’t able to follow suit as they lost 2-1 at home to top tier Yarm & Eaglescliffe. Elton Gray netted on 25 minutes for Yarm, who had their goalkeeper red carded a minute before half-time. Michael Langan levelled matters, with 20 minutes remaining, but Michael Mackin won it for Yarm, five minutes from time.
Redcar Town edged one of two all-Premier ties with in-form Ryan Bennions netting the only goal of the game, on 77 minutes.
Neighbours Redcar Newmarket also defeated Premier rivals as Kader were seen off 2-1. Richard Mills’ penalty cancelled out Michael Dowse’s opener for Newmarket. Only for a late Lee Jefferson strike to take the spoils.
One D & G Trophy tie went ahead as Stokesley AFC just about beat Middlesbrough Rovers, in a 4-3 thriller. Daniel O’Brien scored twice for Rovers with Michael Mayberry also on target. However, strikes from Robbie Bell, Callum Khatun, Sam Wilson and Liam Beadnall ensured Stokesley’s progress.
Sunday saw two games in the Under 19 division. Leaders Grangetown Boys Club remain six points ahead at the top after an 11-0 thumping of hosts Seaton Carew. Grangetown attacked from the start and went ahead when Adam Welsh lashed the ball home after the home side failed to clear a corner,they continued on the front foot but Seaton keeper Jack Bennison was in top form and made save after save to keep his side in the game. H/T 0-1. 2nd half saw Grangetown throw everything at the home side who had 2 key players off due to injury and Jordan Crosby and Ben Martin soon put the game beyond reach, further goals by Williams, Ridsdale, Sowerby and Martin who completed his double hat-trick to take him to 21 for the season saw the league leaders home and dry in at one stage looked like being a very close game right until the final whistle. Bennison was Seaton’s man of the match making some fantastic saves plus the team battled really hard throughout.
However, Redcar Athletic are second, with two games in hand after defeating nearby Redcar Newmarket 3-1. McCorie Carmichael was the Athletic hero with all three goals, while Curtis Holmes responded for Newmarket.



 

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