Toolstation NCEL Division One Round-Up
Glasshoughton Welfare extended their unbeaten run to five games with the 3-1 defeat of local neighbours Nostell Miners Welfare.
Ash Bell set the wheels in motion with the opener close to half-time after burying the rebound from his initial shot which was saved by Nostell goalkeeper Lee Kelsley.
In-form Mark Ferguson headed home the second straight after the interval after meeting Danny Youel’s cross.
Louis Penny-Larter briefly brought hope for Nostell until Nathan Perks went round Kelsey to add the third.
Jason Stokes was the last minute saviour for ten man Rossington Main in the Doncaster derby as his goal rescued a 1-1 draw at Armthorpe Welfare.
Welfare captain Steve Garner’s hour mark deadlock breaker was on course to give Lee Morris his first win since taking charge.
The chances looked strong, especially when Rossington centre-back Watson was sent off late on for a second bookable offence.
However, Stokes had the last word.
East Hull’s achievement for getting a totally new side out under recently-appointed manager Mark Maspero outweighed the disappointment of losing 5-0 to Winterton Rangers.
Selby Town and Harrogate Railway was abandoned at half-time because of a power cut.
The scores were goal-less but Selby had seen a penalty saved.