Fishburn Park 1-1 Grangetown Boys Club
Guisborough Town Res 2-5 Yarm & Eaglescliffe
Redcar Newmarket 1-8 Boro Rangers
St Marys 1947 P-P Kader
Staithes Athletic 3-6 Stockton West End
Stokesley Sports Club 0-4 Redcar Town
Thornaby Dubliners P-P New Marske
North Riding Football League Division One
Loftus F.C 3-7 Lingdale Village
Loftus Athletic 2-4 Whitby Fishermans Society
Stokesley Social Club Reserves 2-1 Great Ayton United Royals
The D & G Trophy Second Round
Redcar Athletic Res 0-5 Thirsk Falcons
Sunday 10th March 2019
North Riding Football League Under 19 Division
Seaton Carew 4-1 TIBS
North Riding Football League Premier Division leaders Stockton West End returned to winning ways after coming from behind in a hastily-rearranged clash with Staithes Athletic. Goals from Connor Hood and player-boss Gary Sivills put Athletic ahead 2-1, while for West End, man of the match Elliott May netted twice, Gary Mitchell also bagged a brace, with Jake Large and Peter Caveney completing their scoring. Lewis Wright struck Staithes’ third in a 6-3 setback. This clash was moved from a waterlogged Seaton Crescent to Stockton’s North Shore.
Boro Rangers are right on their tail after an 8-1 thumping of Redcar Newmarket. Matty McQueeney, Stu Rose and Clayton McDonald all scored twice, with Jack Guy and Dan Lockwood also on target, for Rangers. Newmarket’s consolation came from Callum Mains.
Yarm and Eaglescliffe stay third after putting five past Guisborough Town Reserves. Top scorer Sean Mackin was the star with four goals, including a penalty, bicycle kick and clever backheel. Substitute George Austin added late gloss. Guisborough replied through Luke Smithyman and Owen Armstrong.
Stokesley Sports Club will continue to look over their shoulders at the wrong end after a 4-0 home defeat to Redcar Town. Stu Poulter’s terrific hat-trick was interspersed with an own goal as Town ran riot.
The day’s other top tier clash saw Anthony Jones put Grangetown Boys Club ahead at Whitby side Fishburn Park. However, the men in green struck back as Jimmy Organ Simpson ensured a point with the equaliser.
In Division One, Stokesley Sports Club Reserves returned to the top after a last gasp 2-1 win over rivals Great Ayton United Royals, who now can’t make the top two. Charlie Brady opened the scoring for Steve Todd’s men, early on, after great work down the left from Harley Clark. Ayton nodded in to level, but Stokesley won it in stoppage time when Brady again found the final touch.
Whitby Fishermens kept up their late promotion push with a hard-fought victory at Loftus Athletic. Jordan Rowe and Shaun Muir netted for the hosts, but James Armstrong’s hat-trick and Karl Storr’s strike saw Fishermens home 4-2.
Lingdale Village saw off the other Loftus club 7-3, while Thirsk Falcons progressed 5-0 in the D & G Cup, at Redcar Athletic Reserves. Sunday’s Under 19 Division clash saw a shock as leaders Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick lost 4-1 at Seaton Carew.