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Ten Out of Ten for Hyde

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Hyde FC made it an incredible ten wins from the opening ten games in the Blue Square Bet North on Saturday.

The Tigers beat in-form Gainsborough Trinity 3-1 at Ewen Fields, taking an early 2nd minute lead through Ryan Crowther.

Danny Hall added a second on 17 minutes and Scott Spencer made it all-but game over with just 21 minutes gone on the clock with Hyde`s third.

Ryan Kendall reduced the arrears in Steve Housham`s first game after being made permanent Trinity boss, and they were reduced to ten-men as injury-time approached.

Hyde`s Tameside neighbours Stalybridge Celtic remain unbeaten after a good 3-0 win at Woodside Park against Bishop`s Stortford, who have slipped to second-bottom as a consequence.

Lloyd Ellams put the visitors in front in the 14th minute and Connor Jennings doubled their advantage 3 minutes before half-time.

Phil Marsh made sure for Jim Harvey`s side with a third goal in the 65th minute.

Guiseley stay third after beating Worcester City comprehensively 4-1 at Nethermoor.

Gavin Rothery put the Yorkshire side in front after 25 minutes and then added a second a couple of minutes after half-time from the penalty spot.

Simon Baldry made it 3-0 with 68 minutes gone, and although Martin Naylor reduced the arrears with a stunning 25 yard free-kick 3 minutes from time, Alex Davidson restored the Lions` three-goal advantage with a minute to go.

Newly-promoted Colwyn Bay are now fifth after a fine 1-0 away win at Gloucester City, courtesy of a goal 12 minutes from time from Jon Newby.

Corby Town were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw against ten-man Workington at Borough Park.

The Steelmen took an early 9th minute lead through Paul Malone but were pegged back 6 minutes after the break as the home side belied their lowly league position when Lee Andrews headed the Reds level from a corner.

On 70 minutes Workington`s Jonny Wright was sent-off for a late lunge on James Ozmen, but the home side held on and it ended all-square.

FC Halifax Town never got out of first gear against inconsistent Vauxhall Motors, with the visitors` Leyton McGivern stealing the show with a superb performance that yielded a hat-trick in a shock 5-1 hammering for the Shaymen.

Josh Wilson put Motors ahead from a 9th minute spot-kick and Craig Mahon added a second on 36 minutes before McGivern took over with goals in the 39th, 52nd and 79th minutes – James Dean sandwiching a consolation for the home side on 50 minutes.

Last week’s win at Boston United seems to have galvanized Solihull Moors as they won 2-0 at home – their first at Damson Park this term – against a decent Altrincham side.

Richard Walker in the 11th minute and Jordan Fitzpatrick 20 minutes from time scored the goals that won the three points.

However, the stars of the game were Jasbir Singh and Stuart Coburn the two respective ‘keepers, who both made a string of superb saves as nineteen shots rained in on target.

Nuneaton Town comprehensively won 4-0 at Liberty Way against Eastwood Town, taking a 9th minute lead through Adam Walker and then seeing James Armson double that on 28 minutes.

Ben Pugh made it 3-0 shortly after half-time and Armson`s second on 63 minutes confirmed victory and ended the scoring.

Histon produced an equally emphatic victory at their own Glassworld Stadium against Harrogate Town.

Dan Holman bagged a brace in the 5th and 58th minute, with Daniel Sparkes on 68 minutes and Omar Riza 10 minutes from time completing a comfortable afternoon for the Stutes.

Hinckley United enjoyed one of their best results of the season to date, winning by the odd goal in five at the Butcher`s Arms – never an easy place to try and get a result.

And when Ciaran Kilheeney after 4 minutes and Danny Johnson in the 13th gave the Bloods a 2-0 lead things looked bleak for the Knitters.

However, Jamal Clarke crucially pulled one back just before the break and then Jake Holt on 76 minutes and Danny Newton as injury-time approached, grabbed the goals that turned the game in Dean Thomas` side`s favour.

And finally Phil Cave’s disputed penalty on the hour-mark was the only thing separating Blyth Spartans from visiting Boston United at Croft Park.


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