Priestley scores late winner for Yorkshire Amateur

NPL Division One East (Yorkshire) Round-Up

Yorkshire Amateur striker Adam Priestley

Gibraltar International Adam Priestley’s late winner fired Yorkshire Amateur to a much-needed three points.

The 1-0 victory over Pontefract Collieries at Bracken Edge was only the Ammers’ second in the league since late August.

Priestley unleashed a powerful shot from the edge of the penalty area from a cross from the left with ten minutes to go.

Young Harrison Beeden rescued a point for Brighouse Town with the 93rd minute equaliser at Lincoln United.

Andy Janssen’s first half header appeared to have won it for Lincoln.

But Vill Powell’s men kept plugging away and Beeden smashed home at the death.

Nathaniel Crofts scored for Stocksbridge

Threadbare Stocksbridge Park Steels put on a brave account in the 4-2 loss at Dunston.

Even veteran assistant manager Andy Ring even had to play, under-lining Stocksbridge’s injury woes.

Luke Mangham put Stocksbridge in front with a early penalty before Dunston raced into a 3-1 lead.

Nat Crofts scored before the break and Steels were still in the game until the last minute when Dunston hit their fourth.

Frickley Athletic suffered late heart-break in the home 2-1 defeat to Cleethorpes Town.

Brad Beatson looked to have secured a point for Frickley until Brody Robertson scored his second of the afternoon.

Tadcaster Albion were well-beaten in a 4-0 defeat at North East giants Stockton Town.

John Deacey’s side were 3-0 down at half-time.

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