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Martin Kendall leads Bagby’s bashing of poor Duncombe Park
3:04pm Wednesday 23rd October 2013 in Sport
Bagby & Balk rose to second in the newitts.com Beckett League first division after routing Duncombe Park 9-1.
They led only 2-1 at half-time, Martin Kendall and Matthew Tyers their marksmen before the impressive David Elkington replied.
But Bagby then got well on top, Kendall completing his hat-trick, while man-of-the-match midfielder Tyers, John Martin, Ryan Clark and left-back Stuart Winter also scored.
Kirkbymoorside reserves are third after a 7-0 win at Ryedale SC reserves. Aaran Rivis and Jeremy Underwood netted in the first half, Rivis (2), man-of-the-match Underwood, Shaun Cox, and David Gardnerin the second.
Ben Chapman shone for Ryedale.
Fifth-placed Rosedale and Union Rovers, in fourth, drew 1-1.
Rosedale had the better of the first half, taking an early lead when a Tim Hodgson corner was headed in by Matthew Tyreman. Union did much better in the second half but had to wait until the 89th minute to equalise – Nicky Todd crossing the ball, Paul Holder superbly laying it off, and Nicky Drew firing into the top corner.
The men of the match were centre-backs Stuart Dowson (Rosedale) and Dwaine Young (Union).
Thornton-le-Dale enjoyed their first league win of the season, beating Gillamoor 2-0.
Thornton, for whom Tom Atkinson was man of the match, deservedly took the lead on 18 minutes through David Elliot, Rory Lancaster having also gone close.
Gillamoor came more into the game with Danny Drake hitting the bar and Kai Morley missing two easy chances, before Thornton doubled their lead after 55 minutes when Craig Sunley showed superb composure to score.
Craig Harrison missed a good chance for Gillamoor before he had to leave early.
Goalkeeper Adam Durant and Tom Skelton, in defence, were Gills’ best performers.
Wombleton Wanderers moved to the second division summit after a 7-0 defeat of Norton United.
Norton ’keeper Paul Entwhistle was in outstanding form with a string of saves but eventually Tom Ellis beat him with a 20-yard shot, and goals followed from man-of-the-match Luke McLaren (2), Josh Tateson (2), Luke Tateson and Jake Dennison.
Snainton reserves rose to fourth despite being held to a 1-1 draw at home by the improving Thornton-le-Dale reserves.
Ashley Hunt put Snainton in front, Neil Dade equalising, despite a man-of-the-match performance from home goalkeeper Sam Colling. Martin Welford starred for Thornton.
Kirkdale United moved above opponents Pickering Knights after a 3-1 home win, all the goals coming in the first half.
Jonathan Wheeldon put Kirkdale ahead after just 90 seconds, before Ashley Walker, a former Knights and Kirkdale player who transferred from Wombleton on the eve of the match, equalised on his first game back at the Knights.
Phil Ward, with a header from a corner, and Dean Coote put United back in control before Greg Fawcett hit the bar for the Knights.
Kirkdale midfielder Sean Doyle and Pickering centre-back James Boak were the men of the match.
Rillington Athletic reserves were pinned back in stoppage time of a keenly contested 2-2 derby draw with Heslerton reserves.
Heslerton took the lead when a long free-kick was flicked on by Peter Tiffney to Dan Blanchard, who slid the ball past the advancing ‘keeper, Tom Delaney making certain from close range. Rillington levelled when Lee Oxendale capitalised on a defensive error.
Heslerton created many chances after the interval but, with four minutes remaining, Rillington were awarded a penalty and Lee Oxendale profited.
In the dying seconds, Heslerton’s Chris McPhilemy evaded everybody in a crowded penalty area for 17-year-old substitute Tyrone Walton to pounce and net a fine equaliser.
The men of the match were Rillington centre-half Aidan Smith and Heslerton pair Liam Bradley and Chris McPhilemy.
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