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Tadcaster Albion denied by Plummer strike
10:21am Monday 22nd October 2012 in Sport
IN-FORM Tadcaster Albion stretched their unbeaten run to eight games with a 1-1 draw against Northern Counties East League high-flyers Scarborough Athletic.
Third-placed Athletic needed an 83rd minute strike from Matt Plummer to salvage a premier division point at Ings Lane after Steve Jeff had netted a 39th minute penalty for the Brewers.
Ryan Williams and Danny Gray both went close to grabbing a second Albion goal as the game reached a climax.
Seventh-placed Albion host bottom side Lincoln Moorlands Railway tomorrow (7.45pm).
Resurgent Pickering Town grabbed their third successive premier division win, beating visitors Liversedge 3-0 at Mill Lane.
Ged Dalton fired the Pikes in front on 35 minutes and striker Liam Salt netted two goals in two minutes either side of half-time.
Manager Jimmy Reid takes his side to Barton Town Old Boys on Wednesday (7.45pm).
Knaresborough Town are up to fifth in division one after a 2-1 win over struggling Selby Town.
Joel Freeston struck on 15 minutes and 37 minutes for hosts Knaresborough and the Robins hit back through Danny Rodriguez six minutes before the break but were unable to force a leveller.
A Jonny Allan goal two minutes from time earned Harrogate Town an FA Cup replay with Hyde.
Town were trailing to a first-half penalty in the fourth qualifying round tie, but Allan’s goal means the sides will meet again at Wetherby Road tomorrow (7.45pm).
The winners will travel to Torquay in round one.
Struggling Harrogate Railway Athletic were thumped 6-1 at home by Burscough in Evo-Stik League division one north. Railway host Ramsbottom tomorrow (7.45pm).
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