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 Post subject: Results & Reports- 5th, 6th & 7th Jan
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Friday 5th January 2018
FRIENDLY
8.00pm kick-off

Guisborough Town 7 V 1 Redcar Newmarket

Saturday 6th January 2018
NORTH RIDING FA CHALLENGE CUP THIRD ROUND
2.00pm kick-off

Lingdale Village 7 V 2 Leyburn Town

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
2.00pm kick-off

Boro Rangers 3 V 2 Nunthorpe Athletic
Guisborough United 3 V 0 Fishburn Park
St Marys 1947 1 V 2 Redcar Town
Staithes Athletic P V P BEADS
Stockton West End 4 V 1 Yarm & Eaglescliffe
Thornaby Dubliners 2 V 2 Grangetown Boys Club

NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION
2.00pm kick-off

Loftus Athletic 0 V 0 Whitby Fishermens Soc
New Marske Lakes United P V P Redcar Athletic Reserves
Stokesley SC AR 0 V 3 Great Ayton United Royals

Sunday 7th January
NORTH RIDING FOOTBALL LEAGUE UNDER 19 DIVISION

Billingham Synthonia 5 V 3 Richmond Town
Guisborough Town 4 V 1 Boro Rangers
Hartlepool FC P V P Thornaby
Hartlepool Pools Youth P V P Coulby Newham
Kader P V P Redcar Newmarket
Northallerton Town P V P Middleton Rangers

NORTH RIDING UNDER 19 CUP
Nunthorpe Athletic 7 V 1 Northallerton Town

Boro Rangers extended their lead at the top, but were made to fight all the way by determined bottom club Nunthorpe Athletic. Tom Atkinson and Scott Webb put the strugglers 2-1 ahead but strikes from Stu Rose, Jonny Squires and Nathan Liddell ensured Rangers hold an eleven point advantage at the summit.

That's because Guisborough United pulled off a shock against second-placed Fishburn Park with a 3-0 success. Lewis Reeve fired a brace, with Dean Wilson also on target.

Redcar Town came from behind to claim victory at St Marys 1947. The Yarm side led through Ryan Todd's strike, midway through the first half. However, Town roared back, with Matthew Sullivan levelling ten minutes into the second period, before Stu Poulter fired the winner on 69 minutes.

A rollercoaster encounter saw the points shared at Thornaby. The Dubliners opened the scoring around the half hour through Gary Mitchell, but visitors Grangetown equalised, just before half-time, with Dean Jones netting. Boys Club turned the match on its head, five minutes from time, through Adam Finnegan, only for Jake Maughan to level for the hosts, with three minutes remaining.

Stockton's good form continued as they enjoyed an emphatic 4-1 win over Yarm & Eaglescliffe. Sean Mackin scored the visitors' consolation as Ben Turner struck a brace for West End, with Sean O'Brien and Jake Large also on target.

In Division One, Loftus Athletic and Whitby Fishermens battled to a 0-0 draw. Defences were on top as Jordan Rowe and Benn Sullivan took the respective man of the match honours.

Great Ayton United Royals keep up their promotion challenge, making vital ground on leaders Redcar Athletic Reserves- whose match was postponed at New Marske- after winning 3-0 at Stokesley Armstrong Richardson. Ash Woodier slammed home twice, with Mark Shimwell adding the Royals' third.

Another Division One club, Lingdale Village, meanwhile, advanced to the quarter finals of the North Riding Challenge Cup after a tremendous 7-2 victory over Wensleydale League Leyburn Town. Joe Warrior led the way with an impressive double hat-trick, with Charlie Ferguson also on target.

Sunday saw the top two meet in the North Riding Under 19 division. It was advantage Guisborough as the Priorymen scored a crucial 4-1 victory at the King George V ground. Owen Armstrong hammered a hat-trick, with John Howard ensuring the league leaders had four. Visitors Boro Rangers had to settle for a sole Ollie Henderson strike.

Billingham Synthonia came out on top in an eight-goal thriller against Richmond Town. Callum Daniels notched a hat-trick for Synners, with Will Mackie and Adam Fletcher adding scoring support in a 5-3 victory. Richmond replied through Joe Shields' brace and Tom Carnegie-Brown's goal.

The only other game that survived the weather was a disappointing defeat for Northallerton Town, who were dumped out of the North Riding Under 19 Cup, after a 7-1 thumping from Nunthorpe. Saul Bamber Lister netted Northallerton's consolation.


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