Leading division one teams on deadly duty
10:52am Monday 19th November 2012 in Sport
THE top two sides in division one both won and have a useful nine-point advantage over the chasing pack.
Leaders Aviva raced into a three-goal lead assisted by two own goals and a Lee Downham strike at home to Amotherby before the visitors rallied with goals from Matty Webster and John Dunning.
Neil Richardson and Tom Shirley then both hit their seventh goals of the season to ensure a 5-2 win for Aviva.
Second-placed St Clement’s hit three second-half goals through Dale Lumley (2) and Chris Rowan to defeat Total Sports 3-0.
Hemingbrough’s Tom Collins scored all his side’s goals in their 4-1 win at Wilberfoss, Mark Hughes replied.
Malton & Norton entertained Haxby in a league encounter for the first time in four years and notched up their first win over Haxby in five attempts despite falling behind to an early Matty Wash strike.
Chris Hodgson levelled before a Marcus Gosell brace and a Ryan Rivis goal sealed a 4-1 victory.
It was all change at the top of division Two, where leaders Heslington lost at Tadcaster Magnets, conceding three goals in the first ten minutes and eventually losing 6-1. Phil Smith (2) Ben Wilson (2) John Crawley and Danny Phillis shared the Taddy tally.
With second-placed Strensall waterlogged, Fulford leap-frogged to the top after their 4-1 win at Bishopthorpe, scoring all their goals in the first half through Sam Harrison, Steve Jarvis, Jamie Husband and an own goal before Ben Jones reduced the deficit in the second half.
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