NELTCNorth East Lincolnshire Target Club (UK)
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The result leaves NELTC in a very precarious position in the bottom three.
James Hargreaves with all five for NELTC taking him to seven for the season.
In Division 2 South Alumni outplayed NELTC Res winning 7-0 as Ian Williams netted a hat-trick for Alumni and South Liverpool Reserves kept up the pressure with a 2-1 win over Alder while Liobians beat Halebank 2-1 to go third.
Veterans Steven Gell and Barry Harrison scored the NELTC goals New boys Croxteth showed they will have a say in the League with a 3-1 away win at South Liverpool Reserves.
NELTC lost 1-0 at Old Holts as Ryan Edwards netted in a vital win and Romawere beaten 6-4 away to Angus Village, for whom Dave Hughes grabbed a treble.
BRNESC beat Mackets 3-2 to move to 11th position in a difficult season, and finally, NELTC and Copperas Hill played out a 0-0 draw at the Dockers.
NELTC needed an extra time triumph over BRNESC with a Danny O'Brien winner in a 2-1 win.
REMYCA United look the best bet for promotion after a 3-0 win at struggling NELTC who have lost their way in the last two months.
NELTC and BRNESC shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw as Collegiate OB and Halewood Town also shared a six-goal thriller.
In the all First Division tie, a tighter game ensued as extra time was required between Essemmay OB & NELTC, as the score was level at 2-2 after 90 minutes, however in extra time Scott Isaac struck the all important winner for Essemmay OB who now meet Page Celtic next Saturday.
In Division One leaders Essemmay OB won 3-0 away at Collegiate OB with Graham Molly and Steve Parle amongst the goals as Angus Village stay second after a 5-1 win over BRNESC as NELTC stay third despite being held 2-2 at REMYCA United despite a Yinka brace for NELTC while Paul Benson and Jay McGreal replied for REMYCA.
BRNESC and NELTC needed extra time for NELTC to triumph 2-1 with a looping winner from Danny O'Brien after Anthony Dillon had equalised in the 89th minute for BRNESC.