Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Football: Dockside So Close Clinching First Win; Local Football MIDDLESBROUGH OVER-35S' LEAGUE

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Football: Dockside So Close Clinching First Win; Local Football MIDDLESBROUGH OVER-35S' LEAGUE

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DIVISION ONE DOCKSIDE 2, SOUTH PARK 2

DOCKSIDE, still looking for their first win of the season, drew their third game in a row.

Dockside took the lead when Craig Povey shot home, but South Park quickly equalised.

The second half was very even with both sides playing good football.

Dockside again took the lead through veteran Tony Scott, but once again they could not hold on to their lead and allowed South Park to share the points with a late equaliser.

ASW 4, STOCKTON 1

STEELWORKS won this game with a good all-round team performance to go joint top with Coronation, although they had to come from behind to do so.

Stockton went in at half-time 1-0 up, and with a half-time roasting from Kalid Mazfari ringing in their ears, Steelies went out in determined mood and scored four second half goals through Paul Burns, Steve Croce and John Putson (two).

DIVISION TWO CASTLE CONSTRUCTION 2, NETC 1

WITH NETC's ground unplayable, they agreed to go to Marton to get the game played.

Unfortunately the move backfired as NETC's goalkeeper got lost and turned up at half-time with his team losing 2-0.

Castle took advantage of this with two early goals from Paul Dalton and Dave Allen.

NETC hit the bar after good work from Owens and Cairns.

There was another blow for NETC as their stand-in keeper suffered a broken arm after a collision with a Castle winger.

NETC played a lot better in the second half and hit the bar twice more before Sean Cairns curled a free-kick around the wall to make it 2-1.

Gary Margates should have put his team level when with only the keeper to beat he put it wide.

NETC could not get a deserved equaliser and were well on top at the final whistle.

ST MARY'S OB 3, GEORGE & DRAGON 0

ST MARY'S continued their good start to the season with a hard-earned win over George and Dragon. …

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