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North Derbyshire Radio – Weekend Football Round Up – Sunday 3rd April.

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It was a miserable weekend for Chesterfield as they were defeated 4-1 at home by Grimsby Town in the National League. Laurence Maguire gave the Spireites the perfect start with a goal after just six minutes. However, the afternoon soon turned very sour and goals from John McAtee, Gavan Holohan, Harry Clifton and Ryan Taylor gave the Mariners a resounding victory. The defeat means that Paul Cook’s men have dropped down two positions to fifth in the National League.

Alfreton Town put in an excellent performance to beat Hereford 2-1 away from home in the National League North. First half goals from Bailey Hobson and Yusifu Ceesay gave the Reds a 2-0 lead. Ryan Lloyd pulled a goal back for Hereford to set up a nervy final ten minutes but Billy Heath’s side hung on to claim a much-needed three points. The Reds haved moved up to 14th position in the league table.

Buxton were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw against Lancaster City at The Tarmac Silverlands Stadium. Despite the surprising draw, Buxton remain two points clear of South Shields at the top of the Northern Premier League Premier Division with just four games remaining.

Elsewhere in the Northern Premier League Premier Division, Matlock Town were also held to a 0-0 draw in their game against Morpeth Town at The Proctor Cars Stadium. The Gladiators have drawn their last three games with a goalless scoreline. Despite the dropped points, Matlock Town remain in third position in the table and are six points clear of Whitby Town who sit one position outside the play-off places.
Last but not least, Staveley Miners Welfare fought back from 2-0 down to secure a 2-2 draw away at AFC Mansfield in the NCEL Premier Division. Goals inside the first 20 minutes from Alfie Dodsworth and Kacper Rajter put the Trojans on the ropes but Samuel Kay’s and Declan Howe’s goals rescued Staveley to earn them a point. The Trojans have slipped to 12th position in the league table with just two games remaining.

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