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Tadcaster Albion end winless run with brace of ace strikes
A BRACE of second-half goals earned Tadcaster Albion a welcome win in the Northern Counties East League premier division.
After five league and cup games without a win, the Brewers kick-started their campaign with a 2-0 triumph over Maltby Main.
Stuart Rice broke the Ings Lane deadlock with a superb goal on 60 minutes and George Bissett made sure of the points with a second on 78 minutes.
Pickering Town drew 1-1 at Athersley Recreation. Jamie Sutton gave the hosts a 31st-minute lead, but Tom Adams levelled with a penalty a minute later.
Selby Town lost 2-1 to Flaxley Road visitors Cleethorpes Town in division one after having a goal disallowed late in the game.
Brody Robertson gave Cleethorpes the lead on 23 minutes and although Josh O’Neill levelled on 42, Robertson’s second secured the points.
A 16th-minute penalty by Steve Bromley and a 35th-minute strike from Paul Beesley earned Knaresborough Town a 2-1 win at home to Hallam.
Harrogate Town are fifth in Conference North after a 3-1 Wetherby Road win over crisis club Stockport County. Adam Bolder, Martin Woods and Chris Hall all scored in five first half minutes in a Town win which prompted the resignation of County boss Ian Bogie.
Scarborough Athletic were 4-1 winners at home to Ashington in the FA Cup preliminary round thanks to first half goals from Matt Plummer, from the penalty spot, Gary Bradshaw and Tyler Collishaw, plus a second half Bradshaw spot kick.
Harrogate Railway Athletic face a replay trip to West Auckland Town tomorrow after a 2-2 draw at Station View. The Rail hit back from 2-0 down with goals from Jesus Martin-Farina and Daniel Thirkell.
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