Kole Hall came off the bench, but he could not help to prevent Radcliffe from falling 4 – 1 to Northern Premier League leaders Mickleover Football Club in their battle.
Radcliffe’s talking point may very well be one of the most extraordinary performances from a match official as they collected 9 yellows and 2 Reds.
Dec Bacon scored twice to lead Mickleover to victory with added strikes from Andrew Wright and Phil Watt, while Radcliffe’s lone goal came in the 50th minute when Andy Owens put away a spot-kick.
Tadcaster Albion's Global Stadium played host to Leeds United Women's latest clash with Liverpool Feds, which saw the visitors claim a 2 – 1 come from behind win at the death.
A superb move in the 40th minute resulted in Leeds taking the lead, as Abbie Brown fired in from just inside the box.
In the 77th minute Nolan came close to doubling the lead when she smashed a shot off the crossbar and her teammate Josephine Hewson is denied by twice the keeper.
Rosie Kinvig leveled for the visitors in the 84th minute, Nolan was replaced in the 88th minute, and with time added on, Liverpool Feds would get the winner in the 8th minute of stoppage time when Chloe Fisher scored.
Due to the recent government announcement regarding some areas moving into tier 4 Keunna Dill and her Norwich City Ladies teammate’s match against Hashtag United was postponed.
K’shaela Burch-Waldron’s comeback from injury has been halted yet again as the tier 4 restriction postponed her London City Lionesses Development teammate’s match in their Reserve South East Division against West Ham United Development.
Birch-Waldron and her London City Lionesses Development teammates picked up a 4-3 win over Billericay Town.
Kenni Thompson watched her Deportivo La Coruna teammate’s draw 1 – 1 with Madrid.
Thompson’s teammates fell behind after a scoreless first half with Brazilian Geyse da Silva Ferreira giving Madrid the lead in the 50th minute.
Deportivo La Coruna drew level in the second minute of stoppage time Peke Barea found the back of the net.