THACKLEY won a dramatic derby at Eccleshill United on Saturday, with two last-gasp goals sealing a 2-0 win for them.

The Dennyboys took the lead in the 88th minute through substitute Adam Terrelonge-Jones, with Finn Donovan sealing the win in stoppage time.

After a 30-minute delay to kick off due to an issue with the pitch markings, Edson Prata hit the bar early on for the visitors, before Luke Wilson made a fine save following an Eccleshill counter-attack.

Player/joint-manager Tom Greaves fired an effort inches over the bar for Thackley, but Eccleshill almost took the lead when Liam Hudson was forced into a goal-line clearance.

Ed Wilczynski made a fine double save in the second half to keep out Dennyboys pair Dan Claridge and Nathan Woodward, before a flashpoint on the hour mark.

After a clash of heads left both Thackley’s Lewis Morgan and Eccleshill’s Etienne Sumaili on the floor, both were deemed to have then kicked out in anger at each other and were sent off to leave the sides at 10-men apiece.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The red card incident that saw both sides reduced to 10 players.The red card incident that saw both sides reduced to 10 players. (Image: Martin Taylor.)

David Bayoh then flashed a shot just wide for Eccleshill, before Woodward glanced a header narrowly off target.

Alex King was well denied by Wilczynski with five minutes to go, but when the keeper saved moments later from Donovan, Terrelonge-Jones kept his cool from the rebound, rolling the defender and firing the loose ball home.

Thackley sealed the win when Greaves retrieved King’s overhit pass and laid the ball off to Donovan, who finished well.

Bayoh was sent off soon after, as Eccleshill ended the game with nine men.

Albion Sports have won all four of their league games so far, and with a depleted side, earned a thrilling 5-3 victory at a strong Penistone Church side on Saturday.

The prolific Robbie Fox struck a first-half hat-trick to leave Albion in control at the break, but Penistone hit back with three goals in 10 minutes to draw level on the hour mark.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Robbie Fox grabbed a first-half hat-trick to set Albion on their way to an excellent win at Penistone Church.Robbie Fox grabbed a first-half hat-trick to set Albion on their way to an excellent win at Penistone Church. (Image: Alex Daniel.)

The visitors found a second wind though, and late goals from Robbie Thompson and Lewis Waddington sealed the win for Sports, with a late red card failing to dampen their spirits.

Silsden were phenomenal in attack on Saturday, as they racked up a 9-1 win over a hapless Pickering Town side.

Spencer Harris and Luke Brooksbank put them 2-0 up inside seven minutes, before a Kayle Price double, as well as goals from Casey Stewart and Ellis Hudson, had the Cobbydalers 6-0 in front at the break.

Both Harris and Price completed their hat-tricks in the second half, with Pickering netting the hollowest of late consolations.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kayle Price hit a hat-trick in Silsden's sensational win.Kayle Price hit a hat-trick in Silsden's sensational win. (Image: Linda Gartland.)

After three North West Counties Football League First Division North defeats in a row, Route One Rovers hit back in style with a 6-0 win at 10-man AFC Blackpool.

An early red card for a professional foul from the hosts undoubtedly helped Route One, but they took advantage of having the extra man in superb style.

Musa Jallow helped himself to a hat-trick, while Iyanuoluwa Thomas, Austin Okore and Tawheed Ahmed also all found the net.

Steeton dug deep to come from behind late on and win 2-1 at home to Ashton Athletic, courtesy of goals from Josh McKiernon and Louis Fialdini.

In the FA Trophy first qualifying round, Brighouse Town drew 1-1 at home to divisional rivals Hebburn Town, before prevailing 6-5 on penalties.

They will now host Clitheroe in the next round.

Liversedge are out though, losing 3-0 at home to Nantwich Town.

Guiseley moved above Bradford (Park Avenue) in the Northern Premier League East Division with a 2-0 victory at Bamber Bridge.

Finally, Farsley Celtic claimed a 1-0 win at Gloucester City in National League North.