Late penalty drama sinks Frickley, but Parkgate enjoy a stroll in the park

Detail of the matchball at the feet of England's Theo Walcott who is sporting a poppy symbol on his football boots during the International Friendly at Wembley Stadium, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday November 12, 2011. See PA story SOCCER England. Photo credit should read: Nick Potts/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: Use subject to FA restrictions. Editorial use only. Commercial use only with prior written consent of the FA. No editing except cropping. Call +44 (0) 1158 447447 or see www.paphotos.com/info/ for full restrictions and further information
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An 85th-minute penalty broke Frickley’s hearts as they went down 3-2 to Nantwich in the Evo-Stik Premier Division.

Joe Guest’s late spot-kick, after Patrece Liburd was dismissed for his second yellow card, sank Frickley.

Earlier, Frickley fell behind after five minutes when Harry Clayton’s drive looped in from 25 yards.

Frickley’s reply was instant, however, as Jamie Wootton headed an equaliser a minute later.

Town regained the advantage in the 26th minute through Charlie Raglan, before Jake Picton seemingly rescued a point with his 83rd minute strike.

Two minutes later, however, Liburd brought down Clayton and Guest sealed the points for Nantwich.

Parkgate, meanwhile, made the short journey to West Yorkshire to visit Nostell Miners Welfare, and returned with all three points after a comfortable 3-0 victory.

Martyn Lee gave Parkgate the lead after only three minutes, when he met a through ball from Adam Shepherd and lobbed the onrushing Welfare keeper Lee McGrath.

Sam Smith doubled their lead on 18 minutes, converting Jamie Smith’s pinpoint pass, and Smith added his second with ten minutes remaining to seal all three points for the impressive Parkgate outfit.