Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Redcar's Romp Keeps Pressure on Leaders

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Redcar's Romp Keeps Pressure on Leaders

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Coulby Newham 0, Redcar 4 - midway through the first half James Pacitto opened the scoring for Redcar, then shortly before half-time they added a second through Blake Allison.

After the break Redcar continued to press forward and added further goals through Lewis Ward and Pacitto. Man of the match awards went to Ben Hall (Coulby) and James Pacitto (Redcar).

MARTON 2, STOCKTON 0

STOCKTON'S keeper Grove was man of the match, defying the Marton forwards from scoring with some outstanding saves, but he was eventually beaten when Elliott Duffy converted from close in.

Marton doubled their tally after the break when their man of the match Jonathan Coleby scored from the edge of the box.

PREMIER 0, MT PLEASANT 4

THERE were chances for both sides, but at the half-time whistle it remained goalless.

Mount Pleasant stepped up a gear after the interval, scoring four times to take the points.

STOKESLEY 0, BRINKBURN 0

STOKESLEY dominated, creating many chances, but Brinkburn's keeper Fox made some outstanding saves. Brinkburn threatened on the break, but rarely troubled the Stokesley goal.

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COULBY A 2, NO. ORMESBY 0

THE game was end to end until the final ten minutes when Coulby at last found a way through and fired home two well taken goals through Ashley Clare and Matthew Pearson.

Man of the match for Coulby was Matthew Corner, with Connor Johnson taking the honours for North Ormesby.

CUMBY 0, NEWTON AYCLIFFE 0

THIS local derby was an absolute cracker, the only thing missing being goals.

A draw was a fair result as both defences played well, keeping the other team out.

CUMBY 0, MOUNT PLEASANT 1

AFTER a goalless first half, Mount Pleasant broke the deadlock when Lee Harker fired home.

Cumby almost equalised in the final minute but Bradley Richmond pulled off a magnificent save.

SPRAIRE LADS 1, ELDON 6

ELDON opened the scoring on nine minutes with an excellent shot low past the keeper.

Two minutes later they doubled their lead when Spraire's defence went to sleep.

After the break Eldon scored two more before Jake Davies pulled one back after a good move between L Varley and H Fox. …

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