Cleethorpes Town flying after third win in a row
IT'S now three wins on the trot for Cleethorpes Town after the Owls recorded a hard-fought 3-2 victory over Yorkshire Amateur.
Andy Liddle's men were on the back foot from kick-off and the hosts won a penalty when Clee keeper Scott Drury brought down a Yorkshire forward in the box.
Craig Heard stepped up to put his side in front with less than 10 minutes on the clock.
That goal sparked Cleethorpes into life and it wasn't long before Andy Liddle's men were on terms.
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Luke Mascall delivered a good ball into the path of Lee Stephenson, pictured, who headed in at the far post.
The Owls could have taken the lead minutes later but Stephenson shot wide following Marc Cooper's flick-on.
The lively Cooper then hit the woodwork as the sides went in level at half-time.
Again, Cleethorpes started slowly, and Yorkshire went close with a dangerous free-kick.
But Liddle's men continued to work hard and Jonathan Oglesby fired a warning shot when he cut in and fired just wide.
He wasn't to be denied however, and minutes later, when he found a yard of space on the edge of the box, he fired home to give Clee a lead for the first time in the game.
It didn't last long however, as, when the defence failed to clear, Yorkshire took full advantage and pulled level through Kaydon Fishley.
It was becoming an end-to-end match and Cooper went through on goal but could only fire straight at the keeper.
But Cleethorpes finally scored what would prove to be the winner when Stephenson grabbed his second goal of the game by cooly converting a Tim Lowe cross.