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Old Malton St Mary’s go top after St Clement’s win
2:34pm Wednesday 18th September 2013 in Sport
St Clement’s full-back Gareth Watkins clears the ball away from Old Malton St Mary’s forward Danny Fogg as goalkeeper Matty Stables slides past
OLD Malton St Mary’s returned to the top of the York Minster Engineering League premier division after a convincing victory over St Clement’s.
St Mary’s fell behind to a Scott Nicholas penalty but wrestled control of the match and ran out 4-1 winners.
Malton’s haul was made up of a Marcus Godsell double and solo strikes by Scott Preston and Dean Nuttall.
The win sets them up nicely for this Saturday’s clash with previous pacesetters Wigginton Grasshoppers, whose unbeaten start to the season was ended in a fiery encounter with champions Dunnington.
Terrington Glory moved up to fourth in the table with a 4-0 victory at home to Huntington Rovers.
The damage was all inflicted before the interval with Terrington’s goals coming from Tom Paley, Alex Yates and a Danny Bulmer brace.
There is an eye-catching Ryedale derby in division one this Saturday with Malton & Norton entertaining Brooklyn – both sides having had a week’s break from league action.
Stamford Bridge’s opening division three encounter against Huby United yielded blank fare in the first half – but Stamford asserted their authority in the second period with a devastating eight-goal haul.
Once Chris Day opened the scoring from a 25-yard free-kick, the game was effectively over.
The Bridge tally was completed by doubles from James Hunt and substitute Oliver Lee, along with strikes by Michael Pearson, Jamie Rank and Paul Upton.
League newcomers Kirkbymoorside defeated Cawood 4-0 in division four thanks to a sibling partnership as Ryan Rivis bagged a hat-trick while brother Jordan also hit the target.
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