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North Derbyshire Radio – Weekend Football Round Up – Sunday 13th March

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Chesterfield drew 1-1 away from home against Boreham Wood in the National League on Saturday night. Akwasi Asante’s converted penalty in the 80th minute looked to have secured all three points for the Spireites but Adrian Clifton scored in the 88th minute to equalise for Boreham Wood. The draw means that the Spireites remain in second position in the National League and have cut Stockport County’s lead at the top to four points but have now played two games more than The Hatters.

Chesterfield Women thrashed Rise Park Ladies 13-1 away from home in the East Midlands Womens Premier Division. Four goals from Georgina Williams, four goals from Georgia Willson, a brace from Gina Camfield and goals from Hannah Baker, Emily Mapley-Sims and Kelly Fidler secured all three points for Mike Noon’s side in a hugely convincing victory. The win means that Chesterfield Women have now moved to the top of the league on goal difference ahead of Northampton Town Women.
Alfreton Town were held to a 0-0 draw by Farsley Celtic at The Impact Arena in the National League North. The draw means that the Reds remain in 15th position in the league table.
It was an excellent weekend for Buxton as they beat Radcliffe 3-0 at home to extend their lead at the top of the Northern Premier League Premier Division to four points. A first half hat-trick from Diego De Girolamo killed the game off early on and ensured maximum points for the Bucks.
It was a bitterly disappointing weekend though for Matlock Town. The Gladiators lost 1-0 at home to Atherton Collieries after Aaron Smith scored a heartbreaking goal in the 89th minute to severely dent Matlock’s title hopes. The Gladiators are in third position in the Northern Premier League Premier Division and are now six points behind league leaders and local rivals Buxton but do still have one game in hand on the Bucks.
Staveley Miners Welfare suffered their fifth defeat in a row last weekend. The Trojans lost 3-0 away from home at Sherwood Colliery. A brace from Gareth Curtis and a late goal from William Norcross condemned Staveley to another defeat. The Trojans have now fallen to 11th place in the NCEL Premier Division.

Written by: NDR NEWS

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