Nothing in reserve as leaders Dringhouses edge to 4-3 Old Malton St Mary’s triumph

Gazette & Herald: Nothing in reserve as leaders Dringhouses edge to 4-3 St Mary’s triumph Nothing in reserve as leaders Dringhouses edge to 4-3 St Mary’s triumph

Dringhouses notched a seventh consecutive win in York Minster Engineering League reserve ‘A’, beating Old Malton St Mary’s 4-3.

The ’Houses marksmen were Stuart Jenkins, Joe Galloway, Liam Robertson and Sam Lake, with Adam Newell and Dean Nuttall (2) scoring for Malton.

Andy Rose and Matty Playle scored for unbeaten Dunnington as they dismissed Huntington 2-0.

Easingwold are third after goals from Brandon Carrick and Jordan Green gave them a 2-0 win against Haxby United.

Copmanthorpe beat Wigginton 3-0 with a Jack Ryder goal and a Steve Purdy brace.

David Clark and Gary Cates scored two apiece as York RI defeated Church Fenton 4-1.

Tadcaster Magnets made it seven wins from seven in reserve ‘B’ with a 5-1 home win over Pocklington Town.

Malton & Norton thumped Heslington 8-1. Simon Reeves got five. Callum Holmes, Jack Walker and Steve Hoggard also scored.

Thorpe lost 3-1 at Brooklyn in reserve ‘C’. Max Fraser, Brad Spink and Steve Boyes scored the Brooklyn goals. Hemingbrough were 2-1 home winners over Civil Service thanks to goals from Dan Collins and Steve Irving.

In reserve ‘D’, Cliffe beat F1 Racing 2-1. Gareth Anderton and James Grundy scored.

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