Railway answer the call to arms; WILF NOBLE BUILDING SUPPLIES ESKVALE AND CLEVELAND LEAGUE.
Two from Richard Playforth helped Brotton on their way and they took the lead with goals from Scott Wilson and Scott Templemas n.
Ten minutes from time Chris Blood completed Brotton's fight back with a thundering 30-yard free-kick.
Kevin Hugill hit four as Stokesley demolished Spennithorne and Harmby 9-1, and hat-tricks from Ben Crooks and Ryan Scott helped Lingdale on their way to a 9-0 win at home to Brafferton.
Lingdale United needed penalties to beat Seamer Sports who took the lead with just 30 seconds gone.
Luke Woodall equalised before Bob Ovington gave United the lead in extra time from the penalty spot.
A last minute equaliser from Seamer''s Liam Spivy however sent the game to a penalty shoot-out which Lingdale won 4-2. Carlin How also progressed, hitting eight past Askrigg, with Ross McMillan, Harry Hume and Danny Jempson scoring two apiece and Steve Bedingfield and Gary Cockerill both adding late goals.
Boosbeck St Aidan's went through at the expense of fellow Eskvale and Cleveland side Loftus Athletic, while 4-0 scorelines enabled Hollybush United to beat Thornton Dale, and Staithes to see off Fishburn Park.
In the league, Fox Inn produced the upset of the day as a Michael Lamb brace helped them come from behind to beat Goldsborough.
Great Ayton picked up a valuable point in a 2-2 draw at Lealholm.
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||Oct 8, 2009|
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