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Old Malton St Mary’s extend lead with win over university
3:59pm Wednesday 9th October 2013 in Sport
Old Malton St Mary’s defeated York St John University to extend their lead at the top of the York Minster Engineering Football League premier division table to four points.
Marcus Godsell hit a brace alongside solo efforts from Danny Fogg and Jon Newton in a 4-0 victory.
There was no such joy for Ryedale neighbours Terrington Glory as Karl Babaro’s penalty for visitors Aviva proved to be the match-winner.
The top five in division one are separated by only goal difference, including Brooklyn, who were not in league action.
Hamilton Panthers are also in the mix after inflicting a 3-2 defeat on Malton & Norton thanks to a brace from Tosh Reid and an Adam Fishwick effort. Richard Stevenson and Simon Reeves replied.
James Windle hit four goals as table-topping Sporting Knavesmire cruised to a 7-2 win at Stamford Bridge in division three.
George Wilson, Tom Williams and Andrew Simpson were also on target for the visitors, with the home side replying through Jamie Rank and Paul Upton.
Division four leaders Kirkbymoor-side edged out rivals South Milford 5-4 in a nine-goal thriller.
Ryan Rivis led the way with three goals, while man-of-the-match Jordan Rivis also made the scoresheet with Robert McDermid.
Old Malton St Mary’s reserves suffered a shock mauling at the hands of Easingwold’s second team in reserve ‘A’. Dean Walker hit four goals in a 9-1 result, following on from his treble in the cup last week.
Brandon Carrick scored two, with Julian Ollive, Jordan Green and Tom Green completing the rout. Paul Cook got the visitors’ consolation.
In reserve ‘B’, Stamford Bridge reserves fell 5-2 at home to Fulford reserves. Joe Konarski bagged a hat-trick while Ryan Horner and Zeus Cabana completed the home side’s scoring. Brandon Read and Steve Hoggard struck as Malton & Norton reserves gained a 2-1 triumph at Pocklington Town’s second team.
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