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Holders Old Malton St Mary’s ease through in cup
3:11pm Wednesday 31st October 2012 in Sport
OLD Malton St Mary’s eased into round three of the York FA Saturday Senior Cup with a 4-2 victory over Riccall United.
Scott Preston put the cup holders in front on four minutes and Callum Scott headed in Saints’ second two minutes before the break.
Dean Nuttall added a third five minutes into the second half and Liam Preston struck on 70 minutes.
The victory ended a run of two games without a win for the York Minster Engineering League premier division champions.
It was a case of unlucky 13 minutes for Duncombe Park as they lost 4-2 at York RI Reserves after extra time of their Junior Cup second round tie.
David Elkington fired Duncombe Park ahead but RI equalised before half-time. Pete Rogers then scored what everyone thought was Duncombe Park’s winning goal in the 90th minute – but the referee played 13 minutes of stoppage time, enough for the home side to equalise again.
RI then scored in each half of extra time. James Oldmeadow was Park’s man of the match.
Stamford Bridge Reserves fell out of the York FA Saturday Junior Cup at the second round stage, losing 5-0 to Osbaldwick, with all the goals coming in the second half from Mike Hattee, Andrew Bilton, Tom Wheatland, Mike Whitely and Adam Kirby.
Amotherby & Swinton have now gone five home games without a win after losing 4-2 to visiting Wilberfoss in the York Minster Engineering League first division.
John Dunning and Matty Webster were on target for Amotherby.
In the only division two fixture, Stamford Bridge lost 4-2 at home to Heslington. Nick Rank and Harry Bryant were the Stamford scorers.
Old Malton Reserves came close to giving reserve ‘A’ leaders Wigginton their first home defeat in a dozen matches.
The visitors led through a Dan Hodgson goal in the first half – the first goal conceded by Wigginton in more than six hours of football – and Rob Pinder doubled their lead.
However, Ben Thompson came off the Wigginton bench for the last 20 minutes and salvaged a draw with two goals in the last 10 minutes.
Reserve ‘B’ draw specialists Amotherby & Swinton Reserves chalked up their fourth share-all this term at Heslington. George Everett put Amotherby in front before John Hughes levelled for Heslington.
Malton & Norton Reserves are the new reserve ‘C’ leaders following their 2-0 win at Thorpe. Callum Holmes hit their opener with their second coming from Steve Hoggard.