Saturday 4th May 2019
North Riding Football League Premier Division
Boro Rangers 4-1 St Marys 1947
Fishburn Park 2-2 Thornaby Dubliners
Grangetown Boys Club 3-1 Bedale
New Marske 0-3 Redcar Newmarket
Sunday 5th May 2019
North Riding Football League Under 19 Trophy
Grangetown 0-4 Redcar Athletic
Guisborough Town 3-2 Seaton Carew
Nunthorpe 1-3 Redcar Newmarket
Boro Rangers showed why they’ve taken the North Riding League Premier Division title four years running, by putting four goals past St Marys 1947, on Saturday. Stu Rose signed off another prolific campaign with a brace, while Matty McQueeney and Jamie Lisle completed the Rangers scoring. Lewis Kaid struck for Saints.
Grangetown Boys Club completed one of their best campaigns in recent times, they were narrowly edged out of third spot by Yarm & Eaglescliffe, but secured fourth with victory over Bedale. Dale themselves have had a fine campaign on their return to this level, but fell behind to a second-minute Kieran Stares free-kick and Boys Club doubled their advantage through Callum Hickman on 18 minutes. Anthony Jones’ penalty, just after the hour, wrapped things up before Scott McNichol pulled one back in injury time, with a spot kick of his own.
Fifth-placed Thornaby Dubliners and mid-table Fishburn Park battled to a 2-2 draw in Whitby. Ben Libby and Adam Warrilow found the net for Fishburn, but Charlie Raby and Marcus Laing made sure Dubs got a share of the spoils.
Redcar Newmarket end with back-to-back wins to leapfrog Park into eighth. Newmarket ensured a disappointing finish for relegated New Marske with a 3-0 victory. The division’s leading scorer Michael Dowse hit two, with Gavin Jackson grabbing the other.
The NRFL Under 19 Trophy concluded with winners Redcar Athletic Reserves finishing with six wins out of six as Grangetown were beaten 4-0. Jake Lance scored two, with Ross Cole and leading marksman McCorie Carmichael completing the scoring.
Nathan Walls’ hat-trick helped Guisborough Town’s Under 19s to a 3-2 victory over newcomers Seaton Carew.
While Redcar Newmarket won 3-1 on their travels at Nunthorpe. Curtis Holmes struck twice with Sam Keogh firing the other.