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Richard Jennison brace gives Huby first win of the season
11:08am Tuesday 30th October 2012 in Sport
Huby moved off the bottom rung in the York Minster Engineering Football League third division after a 2-1 home win over Ouseburn.
After a goalless first half, the visitors took the lead, but two goals from Richard Jennison earned Huby’s first win of the season. LNER Builders bounced back to winning ways in division dour after three successive defeats.
They ousted Huntington 3-0, with first-half goals from Sam Hill and Andy Hurren, and Dan Swires on the mark after half-time.
York Acorn moved to the top of the table, albeit on goal difference, after a 6-1 win at Melbourne.
Connor Larner took his tally for the season into double figures with a brace to add to goals from Andy Dutton (2), Chris Ellerker and Lee Dutton. Jake Winspear replied.
Ben Thompson came off the bench for the last 20 minutes to rescue reserve ‘A’ leaders Wigginton from their first home defeat in a dozen matches.
Visitors Old Malton led through a Dan Hodgson goal in the first half – the first goal conceded by Wigginton in more than six hours.
Rob Pinder doubled their lead but two goals from Thompson in the last ten minutes salvaged a draw.
A goal in each half, the first from Jason Kelly, the second from Nathan Green, helped Haxby to their first win in four games at the expense of Riccall.
Reserve ‘B’ draw specialists Amotherby chalked up their fourth share-all this term at Heslington.
George Everett put Amotherby in front before John Hughes levelled for Heslington.
Malton & Norton are the new reserve ‘C’ leaders following their 2-0 win at Thorpe. Callum Holmes hit their opener with their second coming from Steve Hoggard. In reserve ‘D’, a Sean Taylor hat-trick helped F1 Racing to record their first home win over Huby in five attempts. Mark Foster hit the other goal in the 4-0 win.
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