Get in touch: send your photos, videos, news & views by texting YOGAZ to 80360 or send an email»
Ricky Greening bags five for Edgehillm against Westover Wasps
2:50pm Wednesday 16th October 2013 in Sport
Man of the match Greening was joined on the scoresheet by Danny Collins, who got four, Aaran Jenking, who scored a brace, Shaun Dodson, and Paul Watson.
Aidan McCallion and Curtis Rose scored for Wasps, whose man of the match was Luke Jones.
Newlands Park lead the division by five points after a 4-1 win over reigning champions West Pier.
Paddy Mancrief put Newlands ahead, but Martin Cooper equalised for fourth-placed Pier.
Newlands regained the lead just before half-time when Jamie Gallagher unleashed an unstoppable 22-yard strike.
In the second half, Newlands got well on top with further goals by Dan Freer and Sean Exley.
Second-placed Eastfield St James beat visitors Hunmanby United 2-1.
After a goalless first half, Eastfield’s Eric Hall scored early in the second period.
Hunmanby equalised when they capitalised on a defensive blunder, but Lee Tate hit the winning goal five minutes from time.
Seamer Sports hit back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with Ryedale Sports Club.
The visitors took control with goals by Adam Hornby, Jack Hall, and David Hoyle, but Gary Lawton headed a goal just before half-time for Seamer.
Craig Love netted a fantastic free-kick in the second half before Lawton got his second.
Ryedale had to fight to hold onto a point as Seamer’s Joe Tiffany hit a post, and Greg Chadwick had a header cleared off the line.
Falsgrave won 5-3 at Whitby Fishermen thanks to goals by Lee Drydale (2), Gavin McGough, Nick Ellis and Mikey Anderson.
In division two, United Sports Bar consolidated third place with a 4-2 home win over fourth-placed Newlands Park Reserves.
Matty Turnbull netted a hat-trick for the hosts, whose other goal was scored by Craig Rackham. Luke Delve scored twice for Park.
Cayton Corinthians Reserves beat Westover Wasps Reserves 4-1 in division three.
Sean Thornton put the Wasps ahead, but Cayton hit back through Wayne Johns, Ashley Durham, Jamie Whitelaw, and Mike Stanworth.
Comments are closed on this article.