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Football: Top three hit the road in search of crucial points
11:01am Monday 14th January 2013 in Sport
The top four sides in York Minster Engineering Football League division three all collected points on their travels.
Leaders Bishop Wilton extended their unbeaten run into double figures with a 6-1 win at Selby Olympia, with four goals for Charlie Bond and two for Michael Wood.
Shaun Gandy replied for Selby.
Second-placed F1 Racing drew 2-2 at Rufforth despite leading twice through Richard Proctor and George Trifan.
The hosts hit back with goals from Steve Gagen and Phil Jones.
Third-placed Barmby Moor won 5-0 at Huby, while Civil Service kept in touch with the leaders with an 8-3 win at Crayke.
On target for Civil Service were Tom Wright, Chris Smith, Gareth Inness (2), James Windle (2) and Michael Quinn (2). Jack Cartwright, Matty Dixon and Dan Smith shared the hosts’ goals.
Elvington drew 2-2 at Sporting Knavesmire.
Alex Martin restored parity after George Winfield’s opening goal for Sporting.
After Dan Smith had given the hosts the lead, Edmund Houldridge levelled for Elvington.
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