Yorkshire Secure Draw In Historic Opening Fixture
Thomas Feaheny, Sport Correspondent
Jordan Coduri made history as he scored the first goal for Yorkshire as they drew 1-1 against the Isle of Man.
Coduri was delighted with the goal he scored: "This meant a lot to me and the lads, it was a good game and I am really proud to have got that goal."
The match played at NCEL side Hemsworth Miners' Welfare, saw a crowd of over 620 in attendance.
The team recognised by CONIFA put in a good display in an entertaining game.
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The Ellan Vannin side were denied on several occasions by Bradford Park Avenue keeper Ed Hall who made a number of fine saves, although they did take the lead just after half-time through Furo Davies.
The game was levelled by Coduri mid-way through the second half, with a fine finish, that sparked wild scenes from both players, staff and fans.
Hall who was man of the match would stop Joey Quayle who had a wonderful chance for the visitors in the final moments, as the two sides couldn't be separated.
Yorkshire Secure Draw In Historic Opening Fixture, 30th January 2018, 15:20 PM