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 Post subject: Monday 2nd May Marske United vs GTFC
PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2016 9:05 am 
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Today we travel the short distance to the GER Stadium to face Marske United for the first time in the league this season

It's an 11am kick off for Derby Day

Come on the Priorymen

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 Post subject: Re: Monday 2nd May Marske United vs GTFC
PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2016 8:42 pm 
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Cracking result well done lads. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Monday 2nd May Marske United vs GTFC
PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2016 11:19 am 
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OFFICIAL RELEASE thanks to Bill Perfitt

Guisborough end Marske’s title hopes with an emphatic derby win to climb up to third in table

Marske United 0, Guisborough Town 2
(Ebac Northern League Division One – Monday, 2 May 2016)


Guisborough Town’s highly impressive 2-0 May Day Bank Holiday Monday victory at arch-rivals Marske United ended the Seasiders hopes of retaining the title and instead ensured Shildon would be crowned new title Northern League Division One champions without kicking a ball!

A goal in either half underlined Guisborough’s emphatic superiority over their local neighbours to ensure the Priorymen can enjoy derby ‘bragging rights’ – until at least the next time the keen rivals clash on Friday, 13 May at the KGV.

The Priorymen’s thoroughly deserved victory also ensured Guisborough extended their current superb run to 11 games without defeat while bringing an abrupt end to a Marske run of seven successive wins. The. three points lifted Guisborough into third place above Morpeth

In front of a crowd of 275 – with a fair proportion of vociferous Guisborough fans making their presence felt – Guisborough started much the brighter side with the potent strike-force of Connor Smith and Danny Earl both going close and both having compelling penalty appeals turned down.

In between these incidents Guisborough took the lead on 25 minutes when Curtis Round, looking very sharp after making a welcome return from injury, surged forward with typical pace and purpose and let fly with a 25-yarder which flew into the top left hand corner of the Marske net, aided by a slight deflection.

The goal was no more than Guisborough deserved for their efforts which in the first 45 minutes were making Marske look decidedly second best.

After the interval Marske came out with a much better attitude and started to cause the Guisborough defence problems but with the entire back four of Paul Roddam, Leon Carling, Andrew May and Danny McWilliams looking very assured, Marske were restricted mainly to half-chances which Guisborough coped with well in the main.

In the last 20 minutes Guisborough regained the upper hand with Ste Snaith, Gary Wood and Jonny Helm controlling the midfield.

It was no surprise when with just two minutes to go Guisborough surged forward and Snaith finished off a lovely move by sliding the ball under Marske ‘keeper Robert Dean to seal the points and a thoroughly deserved 2-0 win for the Priorymen.

“I couldn’t be prouder of the lads” - Dowlo

After the game Guisborough Manager Steve Dowling commented: “I couldn't be prouder of the lads today. In an excellent first half performance some of our play was outstanding and as I seem to say every week we should have been a few more goals up and had a definite penalty turned down.

“I'm not one to criticise referees as they have a thankless task but even I had to question the no-penalty decision at half time,” Dowlo continued.

“Curtis Round was a paramount to our play in the first half and was rewarded with an excellent goal. The second half was as I expected with Marske putting us under pressure with their direct, powerful play which has won them many games this sea-son.

“But Leon Carling and Andrew May stood up superbly to this pressure and limited Marske to a few goalmouth scrambles with our goalkeeper Nick Liversedge standing firm once again with his only real save coming from a flicked header from our very own Gary Woods!

“Leon and Andrew were well supported by Paul Roddam and Danny McWilliams, who both enjoyed good games. We defended well throughout and always looked dangerous on the counter with Danny Earl and Connor Smith being well supported by Steve Snaith, Jonny Helm and Curtis Round.

“My man of the match today was Danny Earl who used his experience to keep Mar-ske’s back four on their toes all match and he was also excellent with his link-up play,” added a highly-delighted Dowlo.

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 Post subject: Re: Monday 2nd May Marske United vs GTFC
PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2016 11:22 am 
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James Cartwright's take on the game:

https://teessidefootballblog.wordpress. ... pirations/

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