Clee Town stay in second position
CLEETHORPES Town and Louth Town both secured big home wins in the Northern Counties East League – but Grimsby Borough slipped to an away defeat.
Andy Liddle's Clee Town boys kept up their promotion push with a fine 4-2 victory over Clipstone Welfare.
They were backed by a good crowd of 214, thanks partly to the free entry vouchers printed in the Telegraph throughout the week.
Two-goal hauls from Jack Debnam and Richard Belding did the damage for the high-flying Owls, who maintained second place in the table, four points behind leaders Athersley.
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Daryl Clare's Louth Town also kept in touch with the division's pacesetters.
Doubles from Matt Kennedy and Elliot Broughton, plus a strike from Andrew Willoughby, helped them to a 5-1 win over Hemsworth Miners Welfare at Park Avenue in front of a crowd of 100.
Jake Thompson netted Grimsby Borough's only goal as they went down 4-1 away against Knaresborough Town.
See tomorrow's Telegraph for match reports