Toolstation NCEL Division One Round-Up
Jimmy Eyles sent Emley AFC to the top of the league for Christmas after scoring a hat-trick in the 4-1 win against his old club Nostell Miners Welfare.
Kane Reece also netted against his former side as he hit the second minute opener for Richard Tracey’s men.
Nathan Hawkhead brought Nostell level from the penalty spot for the half-time interval after Amir Berchill was upended.
Two quick-fire Eyles goals just before the hour put the game effectively to bed. The striker completed his treble in the final few minutes.
The post Jordan Stocks era at Swallownest began with a bang as interim chief Alex Nightingale led them to a 5-2 victory over Rossington Main.
Richard Williams, Callum Greaves, Thomas Cropper, Alex Lill and Tyler Bradley found the net for Swallownest. Jordan Buckham and Tyla Bell got Rossington’s goals.
Goals in either half from Iwan Heeley and Levi Tarbotton sent North Ferriby up to third following the 2-0 home success against ten man Worsbrough Bridge. Leighton Sawyer was the Worsbrough player sent off.
Mark Ferguson’s opener for Glasshoughton Welfare was cancelled out by Retford FC in the second half of the 1-1 draw.
Freddy Tracey was the hero as Parkgate produced another late comeback to beat Dronfield Town 3-2. Brandon Bagley broke the deadlock for Andy Dawson’s side but Dronfield led 2-1 with 12 minutes to go until Tracey intervened.
Hallam were losing 2-0 to Brigg Town on 67 minutes when Kieran Watson (2) and Iren Wilson scored inside just six minutes to win it for Craig Denton’s side.
Lee Morris’ first game in charge of Armthorpe Welfare ended in a 5-1 home defeat to Winterton Rangers. Harry Brown got his side’s goal.