Weekend Review: Tyrone Gay scores dramatic equaliser for Brighouse Town in stunning 2-2 draw

Tyrone Gay scored Brighouse Town's dramatic last minute equaliser at Kendal Town

Tyrone Gay scored Brighouse Town’s dramatic last minute equaliser at Kendal Town

Brighouse Town somehow came back from the dead in their stunning 2-2 draw at Kendal Town.
Brighouse were trailing 2-0, two minutes into injury-time when they were awarded a penalty.
Ryan Hall converted the spot kick and then Tyrone Gay completed a remarkable fightback moments later.
Harrogate Railway are up and running in the Evo Stik Division One North after Billy Miller’s men won 3-1 at Burscough.
Lamin Colley and Nathan Cartman put Harrogate in the driving seat and the latter secured Railway’s their first three points of the campaign in the last minute.
A second half Aaron Hardy penalty earned Farsley AFC a 1-0 win over Northwich Victoria.
Ben Grech-Brooksbank and Conor McDonagh scored, but, Ossett Albion were beaten 3-2 at home to Bamber Bridge.
For the second season running, a Steven Jeff penalty secured Ossett Town a draw in their 1-1 stalemate at Radcliffe Borough.
Two late Gary Bradshaw and Jordan Thewlis goals staged Scarborough Athletic’s 2-1 comeback win against Prescot Cables.
In Division One South, Lee Garside scored twice as Stocksbridge Park Steels beat Carlton Town 3-2.
Goole comfortably beat Norton United 3-0.
In the Premier Division, Frickley Athletic lost 1-0 to Skelmersdale United.
Glasshoughton Welfare manager Jon Miles faces plenty of questions after his side were embarrassingly beaten 11-0 at Runcorn Town in the FA Vase first qualifying round.
Penistone Church lost 4-0 at Atherton Collieries.
Knaresborough’s bad week finished with a 3-1 defeat at Chester Le-Street.
There were wins for Hemsworth, Retford, Rossington and Athersley.
Thackley, Parkgate and Eccleshill are sadly out.
Selby and Stockport Sports face a replay after a 5-5 draw.
In the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division, Pickering Town have their first win after a narrow 5-4 win at Armthorpe Welfare.
New signing Ryan Cooper got two goals.
Handsworth thrashed Nostell 5-0, while Garforth Town held Shaw Lane Aquaforce to a 2-2 draw.
Liversedge lost 3-0 to Heanor Town.
In Division One, Yorkshire Amateur won 5-1 at Lincoln Moorlands Railway, while Hallam’s season goes from bad to worse after a 3-1 defeat at fellow strugglers Winterton Rangers.

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