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Ridley gets Rosedale off the mark in Beckett League
2:54pm Wednesday 2nd October 2013 in Sport
Rosedale enjoyed their first newitts.com Beckett League first division win of the season when they defeated Ryedale SC Reserves 3-2.
Adam Ridley (2) and Kyle Clackerty the marksmen for Rosedale, while Jamie Fewster and Heath Brown replied. Centre-back Martin Foxton was named man of the match with Ben Lealman the pick of the Ryedale players.
A first-half brace from Stuart Wilkinson saw Sinnington win 2-0 at basement side Gillamoor.
Jon Mitchell was man of the match with left-back George Oyston impressing most for the hosts.
A hat-trick from Martin Kendall, including a penalty, helped Bagby & Balk overcome Union Rovers 5-3.
Matthew Tyas and Ryan Chalk also added their first goals for Bagby with Union star man Paul Holder getting all his side’s goals with another two coming from the spot.
Centre-back Stuart Winter was man of the match.
In the second division, Wombleton Wanderers maintained their 100 per cent start to the season by beating Union Rovers seconds 6-3.
Man-of-the-match Tom Ellis (2), Josh Tateson (2), Sam Appleton and Jake Dennison were all on the scoresheet with Ashley Cooke, the impressive Paul Downes and Callum Dent netting for Union.
Pickering Knights’ Steven Carter snatched an equaliser in the second minute of stoppage time to secure a 1-1 draw with Heslerton Reserves.
Defender Nick Schofield had earlier opened the scoring with a wind-assisted, 70-yard effort that bounced in off the hard surface and John Porritt also hit the bar for Heslerton.
Centre-backs Nick Schofield (Heslerton) and James Boaak (Knights) won their teams’ respective man-of-the-match awards.
Midfielder Damian Newman was the man of the match with Eddy Paxton and ’keeper Paul Entwhistle in form for Norton.
Goals from man-of-the-match Sam Wallace (2), Adam Beadle and Tom Ellenby saw Snainton Reserves recover from going behind to Phil Horton and Nick Johnson strikes for Rillington Reserves, whose Ross Leckenby stood out in a 4-2 loss.
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