Leaders Hallam extend lead at top after Ferriby lose in last minute

Toolstation NCEL Division One Round-Up 

James Gregory (right) scored twice in Hallam’s 4-0 win over FC Humber United. Picture: Matthew Appleby

Victorious Hallam capitalised on North Ferriby’s slip-up against Retford FC to open up a four-point lead at the top,

Hallam comfortably saw off struggling FC Humber United in a 4-0 victory in front of an amazing 787 people.

James Gregory (2) and Kieran Watson placed Craig Denton’s men in a total controlling position by half-time.

Midfielder Richard Patterson added the fourth late-on.

North Ferriby defender Niall Tilsley

The Hallam players must have been bouncing off the walls at full-time when they learned that Retford had scored a last minute winner in the 2-1 victory at Ferriby.

All had been going swimmingly for Ferriby at half-time as Niall Tilsley had put them ahead.

Ferriby had lots of chances but failed to score again.

Alex Wonham equalised and ex-Worksop Town midfielder Adam Scott won it for Retford in the dying minutes.

Nostell Miners Welfare striker Danny Edwards

Two penalties from Danny Edwards enabled Nostell Miners Welfare to win for the first time since early November.

Ian Walker’s side won 2-1 against Rainworth Miners Welfare at Crofton Community Centre.

Jason Short scored a late equaliser for Swallownest in the 1-1 draw at Ollerton Town in Nottingham.

Worsbrough Bridge goalkeeper Ross Pritchard

Worsbrough Bridge were comfortably beaten 3-1 by Dronfield Town who also had a penalty saved by goalkeeper Ross Pritchard.

Dempsey Smith scored a late consolation for Worsbrough.

Worsbrough Bridge’s Dempsey Smith
Glasshoughton forward Lewis Stephens

Parkgate won 4-3 at Glasshoughton Welfare.

James Stafford (2), Brandon Bagley and Alister Haydock hit the target for Andy Dawson’s side.

Aaron Gray, Lewis Stephens and James Cusworth were on Glasshoughton’s score-sheet.

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