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Redcar Town are celebrating after a narrow win confirmed their top tier Teesside League status for next season.

Second division leaders Redcar Town have secured promotion to the first division after a hard fought 1-0 victory at Staithes Athletic with a rather fortunate goal after only five minutes from Ben Sandie, Boro Rangers also look on course for promotion after a 3-0 victory at Billingham FC after Jamie Lisle, Joe Woods and Nathan Liddle all scored in the first half, in which they also missed two penalties, Yarm played their penultimate league match of the season at Kader and recorded a 3-1 victory, after a goalless first half, Jack Dalton with his 32nd of the season gave Yarm the lead six minutes into the second half, Andy Herbert pulled it back to 1-1 eight minutes later, but Jamie Dunn regained the visitors lead in the 75th minute when he made it 2-1 and with ten minutes remaining Ryan Dunn made it a final score of 3-1, Billingham Synthonia recorded a 3-0 victory over Middleton Rangers with a goal in each half from Ashly Lavan with Danny Aldridge making it 3-0 with eight minutes remaining while St Mary’s College beat Guisborough Globe 6-0 with Jonathan Squires scoring four time and Ryan Mackey a brace Loftus Athletic drew 2-2 with Cargo Fleet AFC, Anthony Barnes gave Fleet a 1-0 half time lead, Carl Gray pulled it back to 1-1 in the second half, but a minute later in the 68th minute Barnes regained the Fleet lead at 2-1 but Gray with his second of the match and 15th of the season made it all square in the last minute.

With first division leaders Whinney Banks YCC without a game the two teams below them failed to make any headway on their lead after BEADS were held to a 2-2 draw by Thornaby Dubliners who took a 9th minute lead through Chris Moore but Mark Sowerby pulled it back to 1-1 in the 32nd minute, five minutes later Joe Carter with his first of the season regained the Dubliners lead at 2-1 at half time, BEADS fought back and on the hour Lee Ure made it all square at 2-2 although BEADS felt aggrieved when they looked to have scored when the ball looked to have crossed the line in the goal but the ball was scooped out by the keeper and play was waved on, Grangetown Boys Club slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Richmond Mavericks after Carl Pottinger scored in the first half and Richard Bastow in the second, Stockton West End recorded a 5-1 victory over Lingdale, 1-1 at half time with Rob Jenkins opening for West End, Jake Thompson equalising for Lingdale, but second half goals from James McLeod four minutes into the second half, Shannon Harker then saved a Lingdale penalty before Ben Turner made it 3-1 with a tremendous free in the 65th minute, McLeod made it 4-1 five minutes later with Michael McLaughlin making it a final score of 5-1 with fifteen minutes remaining, Thirsk Falcons warmed up for their Wednesday evening County Cup Final at Pickering with a 7-0 victory at Great Ayton United with Gareth Barber scoring a hat trick with two goals in the first half and Shaun Hudson and Josh Boynton also on target for a 4-0 half time score line, Mark Cobb made it 5-0 in the 51st minute with Dave Young making it 6-0 five minutes later with Barber completing his hat trick and the scoring with eight minutes remaining, Redcar Newmarket fell 2-1 behind at North Ormesby after Dan Riley and Dean Harper scored for the home side, Chris Hodgson pulled it back to 2-1 with Craig Skelton making it 2-2 ten minutes before half time, Elliott McGlade gave North Ormesby a 3-2 lead ten minutes into the second half but Newmarket fought back to record a 6-3 victory with a brace from Ryan Jennings making it 4-3, Jamie Graham made it 5-3 with Skelton adding his second to make it 6-3 with a minute remaining, Nunthorpe Athletic increased the gap between themselves and bottom club North Ormesby to five points after a hard fought 1-0 victory at New Marske, Kieran Campbell scoring the only goal of the game ten minutes into the second half.


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