Newark Through As All Whites Beat Gedling

Newark Town beat Basford United U21’s in the Notts FA Senior Trophy to progress into the competitions semi-finals.

The Central Midlanders were ahead after thirteen minutes at Greenwich Avenue when Jackson Buckthorp poked in Sam Bartle’s header from a corner and the away side were two up nine minutes before half time when Ainsley Finney struck home past goalkeeper Musson.

Newark were three ahead just nine minutes into the second half when skipper Lewis Chambers cut in to fire home and it was four when Finney netted his second after more good work by his captain.

Basford did miss a penalty late on which was well saved by Town goalkeeper Eatough, himself earning a man of the match performance after a result kind to Newark, that perhaps didn’t show a true reflection of the game as the home sides young guns gave true fight against robust opposition.

Basford United U21: Musson, Ridgley, Nicholson, Timson, Frogson, Muir, Harrison, Peters, Rourke, Newell, Bonner. Subs: Bartley, England, Lowery, Bull Camm.

Newark Town: Eatough, Jemson, Gardner, Arnold, Bartle, Parsons, Wadada, Buckthorp, Chambers, Finney, Mphande. Subs: Sibilskie, Ogie, Nwobi, Rattigan, Haywood.

Watch the full game courtesy of Grassroot T.V

Newark will now go into the hat for the last four with the remaining Quarter Final ties to be played this weekend. League rivals Retford United travel to Hucknall Town Reserves whilst Ruddington Village host Southwell City and Wollaton welcome fellow NSL outfit Awsworth Villa to the WSA.

In the Northern Counties East League last night, Sherwood Colliery moved up to second in the Premier Division table with a 3-1 win at Silsden. Lewis Weaver put the away side ahead in the first half before Bradley Riley levelled midway through the second half. Two late goals for Sherwood by Liam West (87) and Jamie York (89) however sending the three points back to Mansfield.

Speaking of Mansfield, Sherwood’s local rivals AFC Mansfield were beaten 2-1 at Knaresborough Town last night. The Bulls currently sit sixteenth in the table all be it with a comfortable 19 point cushion on the relegation places.

In Division One it wasn’t a great night for our NCEL clubs. Rainworth Miners Welfare were thumped 7-2 at league leaders Hallam whilst Clipstone lost 2-0 at home to Nostell Miners Welfare. Retford FC were beaten 3-0 at Worsbrough Bridge Athletic.

In the Uhlsport United Counties First Division there was an entertaining 4-2 win for Clifton All Whites over Gedling Miners Welfare at Green Lane.

Kieran Cummings opened the scoring for the home side before Greg Tempest equalised with six minutes remaining of the first half. Two goals for Adam Khan either side of the break however put Clifton in control, Connor Deakin then made it 4-1 before Niall Hylton pulled another back, the All Whites seeing out victory to go tenth in the table whilst Gedling stay in thirteenth.

Clifton: Warren, Banks, Chapman, Leggitt, Burrows, Williamson, Dunkley, Spence, Cummings, Deakin, Khan. Subs: Grace, Spencer, Peck, Howard.

Gedling Miners Welfare: Simpson, Patterson, McCaughey, Mason, Thornton, Hogg, Hylton, Tempest, Hastings, Wiggins-Thomas, Piliero. Subs: Appiah, Marks, Papworth.

*Main image @clifton1963 celebrations for Clifton who beat local rivals Gedling 4-2.

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