Farsley Celtic were left without a game this weekend as their trip to Workington was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. The Celts have dropped to eighth in the Evo-Stik Premier Division following the weekend’s results, but will look to return to winning ways tonight as they travel to Stourbridge, writes THOMAS RITCHIE. In Division 1 North, Brighouse Town blew a two-goal lead as they slumped to a 3-2 defeat at home to Goole AFC.
There was just one game in the Premier Division last weekend, as Wakefield City moved off the bottom of the table with a 5-2 victory over Thornton United. Jermaine Moyce was the star of the show finding the back of the net on four occasions, with Nash Connolly also on target for the hosts. Wakefield leapfrogged Britannia Sports and DRAM Community FC with their third win of the season, whilst Thornton remained in eighth, five points ahead of Wakefield having played three games more.
Hednesford Town made it nine games unbeaten as they fought back to defeat Farsley Celtic 3-1 in the Evo-Stik Premier Division on Saturday. Farsley started the game superbly and Hednesford shot-stopper James Wren had to be at his best to deny Isaac Baldwin and then Adam Clayton, before Farsley broke through in the sixth minute. Paul Walker was at the centre of a brilliant team move and he slipped the ball through to Ben Atkinson who rounded Wren and slotted home into the empty net.
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