Ferriby hold title favourites Skegness

Brody Robertson has made a stunning start to his North Ferriby career

North Ferriby extended the gap between them and fifth-placed Campion to three points after holding Toolstation NCEL Division One title favourites Skegness Town to a 1-1 draw.

Jason Field’s early goal was cancelled out by new Ferriby star Brody Robertson on the half-hour mark, earning his side a point.

A goal-less draw was a fair result as Nostell Miners Welfare drew 0-0 with constantly-improving Rossington Main at Crofton Community Centre.

In a game devoid of quality, Rossington’s best chance came via Zeph Thomas’ fine bullet strike which Gary Stevens tipped over the crossbar.

Nostell never truly looked like conceding as the back four led by Rhys Meynell was solid, with indestructible Jack Wilson deployed as an excellent gatekeeper in midfield.

Pontefract Collieries legend Kane Reece should have won it for Nostell in the first half as he missed an absolute sitter. Nostell also had a stonewall penalty not given after a blatant handball in the first half.

Young starlet Liam Owen went close deep into second half injury-time when his goal-bound shot accidentally blocked by Reece.

Tyler Bradley’s low strike from a corner on the stroke of half-time and Thomas Wilson’s hour mark goal earned Hallam a 2-1 win at Worsbrough Bridge.

Kai Hancock scored a last minute penalty for Worsbrough.

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