Saturday 16th March
North Riding Football League Premier Division
BEADS 1-2 Boro Rangers
Bedale Athletic P-P Fishburn Park
Grangetown Boys Club P-P Redcar Town
Kader 3-2 Guisborough Town Res
New Marske 1-6 Yarm & Eaglescliffe
St Marys 1947 P-P Stokesley Sports Club
Stockton West End 7-1 Redcar Newmarket
Thornaby Dubliners P-P Staithes Athletic
North Riding Football League Division One
Great Ayton United Royals P-P Thirsk Falcons
Lingdale Village P-P Stokesley Social Club Reserves
Whitby Fishermans Society 11-3 Loftus F.C
Stokesley AFC P-P TS1 Tees Valley
Sunday 17th March
North Riding Football League Under 19 Division
Redcar Athletic P-P Nunthorpe Athletic
Seaton Carew 1-3 Redcar Newmarket
TIBS 4-2 Coulby Newham
Grangetown BC 1-1 Guisborough Town
Chris Peacock slammed in a hat-trick, but it was Sean O’Brien who took man of the match for leaders Stockton West End. The North Riding Football League Premier Division’s top side beat Redcar Newmarket 7-1. O’Brien himself netted, with Jake Large, Elliott May and Michael McLaughlin also on target. Callum McNally struck a consolation for Newmarket, who were missing 17 players for differing reasons.
Second-placed Boro Rangers keep up the pressure, but were under pressure themselves as they snatched another victory. Strugglers BEADS scored through Robson Jinks, but Rangers edged home as Paul Blake and Jamie Lee found the net.
Yarm & Eaglescliffe stay third after thumping New Marske 6-1. Yarm opened the scoring in the 16th minute when skipper Calum Stevens slotted into the bottom-right corner. The hosts doubled their lead on the 24th minute mark through poacher Sean Mackin. Two turned to three around the 35th minute mark when winger Matty Jenkinson swerved a left-footed effort into the roof of the net.
After the interval, Elliot Longstaff’s penalty was comfortably despatched.
Five minutes later, New Marske responded through a spot kick of their own. The hosts made it five with Mackin hitting his 20th goal of the season so far. Jenkinson then nodded in his second of the game.
Free-scoring Kader won by the odd goal in five against Guisborough Town Reserves. In a 3-2 success, Kader’s goals came from Ross Taylor-Watson, Drew Lambert and leading scorer Carl Williams. The Priorymen responded through Josh Trimble and Dom Harrison.
The sole encounter in Division One saw Whitby Fishermens hammer basement side Loftus FC 11-3. Karl Storr fired five, with Dave Welham hitting a hat-trick, a brace for Ian Smith and a further goal from Benn Sullivan.
Sunday saw leaders Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick return to form with a 4-2 win over Coulby Newham. The visitors replying through Lee Riley and Jacob Pugh.
Redcar Newmarket saw off Seaton Carew 3-1, on their travels. Newmarket notching through Michael Urban, Curtis Holmes and Leon Bellerby. Grangetown Boys Club were held 1-1 by Guisborough Town.