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Football: Derby clash for Wombleton and Gillamoor
3:43pm Wednesday 25th September 2013 in Sport
WOMBLETON Wanderers set up a Scarborough & District FA Junior Cup second-round derby clash with Gillamoor next month after an eight-goal thriller and shoot-out victory at Brotton RA.
Wombleton stunned their hosts by taking a two-goal lead through Sam Appleton and Connor Campbell, but Brotton levelled via a Scott Templeman penalty and a Michael Garbutt goal.
Campbell scored a second goal early in the second half, but Carl Fletcher scored twice at the other end – the second two minutes from time – to put Brotton 4-3 up.
Wombleton were heading out but then Michael Turnbull netted a fine equaliser in stoppage time to send the tie to penalties.
For the Wanderers, Luke Tateson, Josh Tateson and Tom Ellis all scored before Luke McLaren saw his effort saved.
For Brotton, goalkeeper Craig Tyreman, Carl Fletcher, Richard Bailes scored, but Templeman, putting his spot-kick in the same place as in normal time, saw this effort saved by Tom Clements.
Turnbull then netted for Wombleton and Paul Agar for the home side.
In sudden death, Campbell scored for Wombleton, before Brotton skipper Stuart Lyon saw his weak effort saved by Clements.
Both sides had had a man sent off in the second half – Brotton’s Robert Ovington and Wombleton’s Appleton. Agar, Ellis and Clements were the game’s top performers.
Old Malton reserves lost 3-1 at home to a strong United Sports Bar side.
Craig Rackham put the visitors ahead in the first half and, although Shaun Wilford equalised early in the second half, the visitors won it through Fadel Spivey and Tim Moore, despite a man-of-the-match display by Malton goalkeeper Stuart Corner. Former Pickering Town player George Rose was United’s top performer.
Brooklyn reserves beat Westover Wasps reserves 5-0 thanks to a hat-trick by Matty Bean and strikes by Tom Everett and Steve Boyes. In the second round, Brooklyn reserves will host Goldsborough United.
A weakened Rosedale side lost 7-3 at Falsgrave reserves. Rosedale’s marksmen were man-of-the-match Jonathan Seller, Mark Raw and Kyle Clackerty.
Kirkdale United, of the newitts.com Beckett League second division, beat first division Ryedale Sports Club reserves 4-1.
Jamie Harper put Kirkdale ahead against the run of play and man-of-the-match Graham Atkinson doubled the lead before setting up Harper to make it 3-0 at the break. Paul White increased the lead a minute after the resumption.
Ryedale’s Matty Gardner missed a penalty, before Ben Lealman scored a stunning right-foot volley by way of consolation. Goalkeeper Tom Croot was Ryedale’s man of the match.
Kirkdale will host Lealholm in the next round.
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