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25 FEB – SUNDAY CUP – Eckington bow out – Eckington’s Sunday Cup run ended with a narrow defeat at holders Scawthorpe Athletic. Scawthorpe took the lead in the 22nd minute when a corner was bundled home from close range. Scawthorpe got a second two minutes before half time when a foul by the Eckington keeper resulted in a penalty, which the Scawthorpe player slotted home. Eckington grew into the game in the second half and grabbed a goal back in the 80th minute when Pat Stothard battled well to nick the ball away from the keeper and slot home. They went flat out to find an equaliser and almost got it in the final moments, but Scawthorpe held on.

25 FEB – CBC PREMIER – Legion take a grip of the title, while Pheasant win a thriller – Chapeltown RBL beat relegation threatened Woodman Intake 3-1 to go ten points clear at the top and make them clear favourites to take their first League title. RBL’s fifth consecutive victory started when Brandon Whitfield’s mazy run ended up with his deflected cross evading the keeper after 8 minutes. Man of the match Alex Mosley’s corner was headed home by Dave Millen to double the lead ten minutes before half time.

Intake halved the lead shortly after half time with a good finish by Harry Chamberlain, and further pressure saw them awarded a penalty, but RBL keeper Lewis Fox kept his fine form up by going the right way to save. Former Intake winger Luis Afonso-Ferreira beat his marker late on and crossed for Morgan Cowell to finish well left footed to secure the win for RBL.

Wadsley Bridge Pheasant came from behind 3 times to win their crucial relegation battle at FC Inter 4-3 to go six points clear of the drop zone. Sam Read gave Inter a shock 1st min lead but a Chris Steer goal levelled for Pheasant. Within a minute Inter re-took the lead with a Read penalty, but Joe Slater strike drew Pheasant level a second time before half-time. After the break Read completed his hat-trick to put Inter back in front, but Pheasant hit back again and after twice hitting the woodwork their pressure paid off with a Luke Beedham goal. Pheasant kept the pressure up after that and Dylan Parrott got the winner that eased their relegation fears, but left Inter six points from safety.
25 FEB – DIVISION 1 – Dronfield and Boynton both win, but Jubilee are held by Southey – Both leaders AFC Dronfield and fourth place Boynton Sports had good wins against Mosborough Lions and Sheaf House to improve their promotion chances, but Jubilee Rangers hopes were hit when they could only draw with Southey Social.

Only a Charlie Line goal separated Dronfield from their visitors at half-time, but as Lions, playing their first game for six weeks, ran out of steam in the second half, goals from goals from James Taylor, Sam Matata, Mark Ashley & Sam Porter gave Dronfield a deserved 5-1 win, with 4 or the 5 goal scorers 21 or under. Adam Pocock netted Lions’ consolation goal. Boynton also had a 5-1 win over Sheaf House with goals from a Lee Jordan double, Curtis Priday, Jake Gamban and Marc Peacock, with Jake Powell netting for Sheaf.

Jubilee Rangers knew that victory at home to Southey Social was vital, but they had to settle for a 2-2 draw. Southey took the lead inside 10 mins as Jubilee failed to deal with a ball into the box and Daniel Jenkinson fired home from 6yds. Jenkinson then had a great chance to double the lead when he raced clear of the Jubilee defence but the keeper saved his effort. Southey continued to have the better chances, but failed to capitalise and were made to pay on the stroke of half-time when a deflection fell kindly for the striker to poke home from close range.

The 2nd half saw Jubilee have plenty of the ball, but without creating any clear cut chances and it was Southey who re-took the lead when Jamie Hopkins fired home a free kick from edge of the box. Southey looked good for all 3pts but in 8th minute of stoppage time a cross into the box was turned onto the post and bundled home from close range.

25 FEB – DIVISION 2 – Brunsmeer win at Wadsley to go top and Cotts keep their hopes alive – Brunsmeer A.J.W. won 4-0 at Wadsley FC to go top and they now need just two wins to be certain of promotion. Goals by Gaz Murdoch and Jake Hatton in the first half, followed by Dan Fox and Ollie Hall goals in the second half gave Brunsmeer victory.

An Andrew Swift double gave Cotts a 2-1 victory over Royal Oak (Dronfield) to keep their outside promotion hopes alive. Cotts started quickly and Swift netted both his goals in the first twenty minutes, but after that Royal Oak began to get on top and they reduced the arrears with a Josh Sugden penalty before half time. Royal Oak battled away in the second half, but Cotts held firm to take the points.

Chapeltown FC gained their second away win of the season, 2-1 at Norton Oaks. Goals from Ben Smedley and Harry Hurst gave Chapeltown a two goal lead at the break, but Oaks dominated after the break and after spurning several chances they eventually pulled one back when Tom Blacksell was fouled in the box and converted the penalty himself, but it was too late in the game to salvage any points.

 

 

 

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