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Old Malton St Mary’s in decisive victory over Wigginton Grasshoppers
After a blank first half which saw Grasshoppers’ goalkeeper Michael Clancy in fine form, the home side asserted their authority and deservedly took the lead when Danny Fogg scored immediately after the restart.
Scott Preston added a second before Richard Dunning hammered home a late superb 20-yard drive.
Riccall United went second with a 3-0 win at home to St Clement’s.
Daniel Rodwell hit a brace and Gary Lumley grabbed the third to make it five wins out of five.
Dringhouses continued their run of good form with a 6-1 defeat of Easingwold.
George Kirk’s fourth goal of the season was not enough for the hapless home side as they fell to strikes from Adam Thornton, Lee Fisher, Joe Gaughan, Tom Hawkesby and a double from Liam Stilgoe.
Huntington Rovers also romped to a 6-1 win, Chris Dyson scoring either side of a Gary Newton strike for a 3-0 half-time advantage over York RI.
Sam Lingard’s free-kick gave RI hope just after the restart. But Dyson’s 11th league goal of this term dashed a revival before John James struck an unstoppable volley and Chris Dempsey rounded off the rout.
Olly Newby hit a hat-trick as Dunnington continued their resurgence with a 9-1 spanking of basement club York St John University. Tom Richards and James Willmoth scored a pair apiece with Robert Chipps and Tom Matthews also on target. Liam Waterworth responded.
Poppleton United inflicted a 3-1 defeat on Terrington Glory. Alex Janes bagged two and Jack Doyle the other while Alex Yates grabbed Glory’s consolation.
With division one leaders Church Fenton playing in the Barkston Ash Cup, both Brooklyn and Tadcaster Magnets took advantage to close the gap.
Chris Seager and Mikey Brown fired hat-tricks as Brooklyn won 6-1 at Malton and Norton for whom Matty Reeves scored.
Tadcaster Magnets edged a nine-goal thriller with Tockwith.
Sam Harrison bagged a brace with Daniel Clarkson, Andrew Kitchen and an own goal making up the rest of the Magnets’ haul in their slender 5-4 win.
Darren Brandon notched a double to inspire Hamilton Panthers to a 4-2 victory at Hemingbrough.
Paul King and Matty Walters also scored as Panthers collected their first points of the season. Stephen Irving and David Young hit Hemingbrough’s replies.
An own goal and a James Saltmer effort proved enough to give Pocklington Town a 2-1 win over visiting Total Sports.
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