Ollerton Town beaten as Westella maintain 100 per cent start to the season

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Westella VIP made it three out of three in the Black Dragon Badges North division with a 3-0 win at Ollerton Town.

The East Yorkshire side were two up at the break, and, despite a second half comeback by the home side, added a third in stoppage time. Rob Petch (2) and Chris Spinks were the goalscorers.

Thoresby Colliery travelled to Thorne Colliery, and found themselves trailing to a Scott Rhodes goal at half-time.

They upped their game in the second period with Luke Pickering, Tommy Durrant and Lewis Bingham putting them firmly in control, before Neil Sheppard reduced the arrears late on.

Easington United made the long haul to Glapwell, but slipped to a three goal defeat.

Neil Grayson gave the home side a seventh minute lead, and second-half strikes from Nathan Whitehead and Josh Parfitt ensured the points for the home side.

After a promising start, with maximum points from their first two matches, Blidworth Welfare suffered a disastrous afternoon in the Black Dragon Badges South division when they were hammed 9-2 by Real United.

The match was a personal triumph for Tyrell Shannon-Lewis who scored five of his side’s goals. The others were shared between Nick Kennerdale, Dalton Stephens, Jordan Blair and Luke Attenborough.

Sam Dockwray and Pete Stubley’s goals for Blidworth could have brought little consolation.

There were two matches in the Reserve Supreme division, with Teversal running in five at Graham Street Prims. Josh Radford’s hat trick was added to by Craig Newton and Sam King, Mitch Williams getting Prim’s consolation goal.

An eighth minute strike by Harry Bunker and another five minutes from time from McKenna Parton were sufficient to give Dunkirk three points at home to Heanor Town.

The solitary Reserve Premier match saw Belper United beat Pinxton 3-0, with goals from Jay Harrison, Shaun Smith and a Tom Curtis penalty.