Clay Cross take a top scalp with convincing 1-0 win

Pictured is Clay Cross player Ben Goodwin on the ball against Harworth.
Pictured is Clay Cross player Ben Goodwin on the ball against Harworth.
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Clay Cross Town completed the league double of visitors Harworth last Saturday with a strike after 64 minutes from Ian Gee who drove the ball home from the edge of the box after Gary Morton provided the assist.

In a hard fought game this was to be the deciding goal against the third-placed visitors who had earlier been denied by three excellent saves from Matt Bradwell before the cross bar further came to the aid of The Millers.

Josh Clayton headed just wide after Gee’s strike but as the game went on, Clay Cross worked their way into a well-earned victory against the impressive visitors.

This Saturday Clay Cross take on Welbeck.

Dronfield Town 1st team made it four wins in a row with a 4-0 win over Grimsby Borough. Callum Mawbey opened the scoring before Lewis Naylor, Andy Gange and Danny Wood added second half goals.

Town were due to play Eccleshill on Wednesday evening, March 12, at Stonelow , and travel to AFC Emley on Saturday.

Town A team lined up for a clash with Buxworth at Stonelow Road. Jordi Bullen and Dave Gray scored before Pugh forced the Buxworth full-back to turn the ball into his own net. Johnny Pugh scored with a neat lob over the keeper to complete a 4-0 win. Dronfield Under 12s beat Eckington 3-1 with goals from Danny Anson-Bowie, George Washbourne and Mario Contarino. The Under 16s lost to undefeated league champions AFC Pogmoor 7-2. Town’s goals came from Ellie Bates and Jaime Wilde. The Under 12 Girls earned a 2-2 draw at Steel City Wanderers. Emily Barker and Emily Furniss scored. The Under 8s showed energy against Chapeltown with goals from Matthew Denton 3, Aiden Carey 2, Ciaran Woodhead and Joseph Reynolds.