Results and reports- Sat 17th Nov-Tues 20th Nov

Saturday 17th November
North Riding Football League Premier Division
2.00pm kick-off
Bedale 4-0 Guisborough Town Reserves
Boro Rangers 6-0 Yarm & Eaglescliffe
Grangetown Boys Club 3-1 Fishburn Park
Redcar Newmarket 2-3 Thornaby Dubliners
Redcar Town 3-1 New Marske
Staithes Athletic 3-4 Kader
Stokesley Sports Club 1-3 Stockton West End
North Riding Football League First Division
2.00pm kick-off
Middlesbrough Rovers 0-2 Loftus Athletic
Redcar Athletic Reserves 3-1 Loftus FC
Stokesley Sports Club Reserves 1-0 Lingdale Village
Thirsk Falcons 10-3 Stokesley AFC
Whitby Fishermens Society 2-5 Great Ayton United Royals
MacMillan Bowl
2.00pm kick-off
Tees Valley Tigers 2-0 St Marys 1947
Sunday 19th November
North Riding Under 19 County Cup Second Round
2.00pm kick-off
Grangetown Boys Club U19 11-1 Redcar Town Royals U17
Redcar Athletic U19 1-2 Old Malton St Mary’s U19
Guisborough Town U19 P-P Nunthorpe U19
Guisborough Town Juniors U17 0-7 T.I.B.S U19
Tockwith Juniors 0-2 Redcar Newmarket U19
North Riding Under 19 Division
2.00pm kick-off
Coulby Newham 1-2 Seaton Carew
Tuesday 20th November

North Riding Senior Cup First Round
7.45pm kick-off
Whitby Town 6-1 Grangetown Boys Club

North Riding Football League Premier Division leaders Thornaby Dubliners returned to winning ways in a five-goal thriller at Redcar Newmarket, on Saturday. Arran Brookbanks, Tom Atkinson and Russell Spence netted for Dubliners, with Newmarket notching through the division’s leading goalscorer Michael Dowse’s brace.
Stockton West End remain a point further back with a game in hand after winning 3-1 at Stokesley Sports Club. Goals from Will Botham, Elliott May and Sean O’Brien helped West End to victory, at Broughton Road. Andrew Mackintosh responded for Stokesley.
Boro Rangers are a further point back, also with a game in hand on the leaders. Their goal difference is almost worth an extra point and that was further enhanced with a 6-0 thumping of Yarm & Eaglescliffe. Dave Johnston broke the deadlock inside ten minutes, but there were no more goals in the first half. Jamie Lee did double the advantage within seconds of the restart, however, three goals in eight minutes around the hour mark, put the result beyond doubt. Jamie Bellamy made it 3-0, with Robbie Keenan making it four, two minutes later. Jonny Squires’ brace then rounded off the scoring. 
Fourth-placed Redcar Town are still in the mix after defeating New Marske 3-0. All the goals came in the first half, with Andrew Heerin starting things off after eleven minutes. There were then two goals in five minutes around the half hour as Stu Poulter and Danny Evans both struck.
Kader and Staithes Athletic shared seven goals with the Middlesbrough side just coming out on top. Carl Williams was their clear hero netting all four goals. Athletic bemoaned what they called a terrible performance, despite strikes from Ryan Thompson and Ryan Kane’s brace.
Grangetown also had a hat-trick hero to thank for their victory over Fishburn Park. Dean Jones was the man on the spot with all three of the Boys Club goals. Dan Brown replied for Park.
Bedale enjoyed a comfortable 4-0 win over Guisborough Town Reserves. Three goals in 14 minutes, either side of half-time, settled the issue. Josh Fullarton broke the deadlock right on the break. Col Anderson then made it two, eleven minutes into the second half, with Mark Hemingway adding a third within three minutes. George Fawcett rattled in a fourth, thirteen minutes from time.  
Thirsk Falcons remain unbeaten in Division One and they continued their march with a 10-3 thumping of Stokesley Athletic. Sam Wilson, Robbie Bell and Callum Wilson scored for Athletic.
Stokesley Sports Club Reserves are just a point further back and fought their way to a 1-0 victory. Midfielder John Cairns made the difference, 13 minutes from time with the only goal.
After an unconvincing start to the season, Great Ayton United Royals are right up amongst it and sprung a surprise to put five past in-form Whitby Fishermens Society. Karl Storr had put Mark Jones’ men ahead inside ten minutes but the Royals levelled, within seven minutes, through Ash Woodier’s header. Joe Marsay’s penalty put them ahead for the first time, while Calab White forced home with his body for 3-1 and Marsay’s spectacular second made it 4-1 at the break. Jamie Edwards floated a 25-yard free-kick over Fishermens keeper Paul Cull before Dan Brown’s consolation for the hosts.
Calderbank, Alex Anderson, Ryan Kai Lam, James Ascough, Jake Lance and McCorie Carmichael’s brace put Redcar Athletic Reserves in seventh heaven against Loftus FC- 7-1 the final score.
Loftus Athletic squeezed past strugglers Middlesbrough Rovers, 2-0. In the MacMillan Bowl, First Division Tees Valley Tigers surprised Premier side St Marys 1947 by the same score. Isam Benomran found the net with an own goal sealing their success.
Sunday saw Seaton Carew win 2-1 in the NRFL Under 19 division’s only game, at Coulby Newham. Their goals came from Jack Carling and Jack White. Jacob Pugh netted for Coulby.
The second round of the County Cup saw Grangetown return to their free-scoring ways as they despatched a young Redcar Town Under 17s side 13-1. There were hat-tricks from Owen Wilson and Joshua Ridsdale plus 2 from Charlie Millard and Josh Sowerby and one each from James Moir, Dylan Gellatly and Jacob Miller.
Elsewhere, Redcar Athletic lost out 2-1 at home to Old Malton St Marys- McCorie Carmichael with Athletic’s goal.
Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick also humbled youthful opposition in Guisborough Town Under 17s 7-0. Connor Jinks netted twice for TIBS with Oliver Bielby, Panashe Mwamba, Nathan Bradshaw, Jack French and Jonny Gray also notching.
Redcar Newmarket also progressed, at the expense of Harrogate side Tockwith, 2-0. James Waldon and Jack Reeves did the damage.
Tuesday saw Grangetown Boys Club exit the North Riding Senior Cup at Evo-Stik NPL Premier Whitby Town. Boys Club went 2-0 down but pulled one back with a 25-yard Liam Cooper thunderbolt, seconds before half-time. However, the step 3 side proved too much after the break, finishing 6-1 winners.


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