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North Derbyshire Radio – Weekend Football Round Up – Sunday 4th December 2022

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Jamie Vermiglio resigned as Buxton’s manager on Saturday after the Bucks conceded two stoppage time goals to lose 3-2 at home against Bradford (Park Avenue) at The Tarmac Silverlands Stadium in the National League North. Buxton took the lead after 14 minutes through Sam Osborne but the visitors equalised in the 29th minute thanks to Will Longbottom. The hosts took the lead again in the 83rd minute when Serhat Tasdemir scored but the Bucks were then reduced to ten men five minutes later when Tom Elliot was shown a second yellow card for diving. Astonishingly, the visitors scored two goals in injury time through Oli Johnson and Jacob Blyth to claim a 3-2 victory from out of nowhere. The defeat leaves Buxton in 20th position in the table and just three points clear of the relegation zone.

Chesterfield’s excellent unbeaten run came to an end on Saturday as they were defeated 1-0 away at FC Halifax Town in the National League. Robert Harker scored the only goal of the game in the 81st minute. The defeat means that the Spireites have slipped one place to fourth position in the league table.

Chesterfield Ladies drew 0-0 at home against Mansfield Town Ladies in the East Midlands Women’s Premier Division. Mike Noon’s side remain in third position in the league table.

Alfreton Town picked up a point on Friday evening following a 1-1 draw at home against Kidderminster Harriers in the National League North. Jack Bearne gave Kidderminster the lead midway through the first half. Matters were made even worse for the Reds when Milan Butterfield was sent off for a second bookable offence two minutes before half time. However, Matt Rhead came to Alfreton’s rescue with an equaliser with just five minutes remaining. Billy Heath’s side remain in 13th position in the table.

Matlock Town were dramatically denied a victory on Saturday as they drew 2-2 against Radcliffe at The Proctor Cars Stadium. Eddie Church scored on his Gladiators debut after 14 minutes before Jude Oyibo equalised for the visitors just four minutes after the restart. The hosts went 2-1 up when Bradley Abbott scored after 78 minutes but Connor O’Brien scored a heartbreaking goal deep into stoppage time to level the game once again. Craig Elliott’s side remain in ninth position in the NPL Premier Division.

Glossop North End’s poor run of form continued over the weekend as they were beaten 3-2 at bottom of the table Widnes in the NPL Division One West league. Joe Rothwell gave the Hillmen an early lead before Jordan Simpson equalised just before the half hour mark. Luke Nock put Glossop in front once again after 51 minutes before being pegged back in the 72nd minute thanks to Shanif Deans. Steven Irwin then scored the winner with just three minutes remaining. Jacques Etia was then sent off for the Hillmen in the 90th minute. Glossop have now slipped to 15th position in the table.

New Mills secured a 3-0 win over Abbey Hulton United on Saturday afternoon. All the goals arrived in the last 15 minutes of the game thanks to an own goal and a brace from Pa Jenkins. The Millers have risen to eighth position in the NWCFL Division One South league.

Staveley Miners Welfare suffered a surprise 3-1 defeat away at Parkgate in the NCEL Division One league. A first half goal from Ross Duggan and a brace from Joshua Nodder secured all three points for the hosts. Luke Michell scored a consolation goal right at the death for the Trojans. Staveley remain in sixth position in the league table and just a point behind the play-off places.

Dronfield Town Ladies drew 0-0 away at Sherwood Women in the East Midlands Women’s Division One Central league. Dronfield have slipped to fourth place in the table but are only one point behind the top of the league.

Finally, Matlock Town Ladies were held to a 2-2 draw at Shirebrook Rangers Ladies in the Derbyshire Girls & Ladies League Division Two league. Carla Millan and Caitlin Green scored Matlock’s goals. The Gladiators remain in seventh position in the league table.

Written by: NDR NEWS

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