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Severus in 7-3 win over Senior Trophy holders Station
Severus provided the only major shock in the quarter-finals of the Ian’s Cars of Barlby Senior Trophy with a 7-3 win over holders Station.
Nick Hutchinson, Dave Watson and James Edmond each bagged a brace of goals with Kevin Martin completing the scoring.
Station’s replies were shared by Luke Durham, Gary Collier and Brett Collier.
Wigginton Grasshoppers needed extra time to see off hosts York Nomads.
Hoppers raced into a two-goal lead early on courtesy of Kevin Butler and a deflected Eddie Clapham strike.
But Nomads hit back through James Willmoth and Nick Lawrie before half-time.
There was no further scoring in the second half, but into extra time Hoppers began to dominate and regained the lead through a Luke Roberts header. Butler then added his second before veteran Neil Walker came off the bench to seal the tie 5-3.
Enterprise went through to the semi-finals after beating a plucky Derwent United 2-1, both goals coming from in-form striker Carl Stewart. Kingsley Daffern replied.
Hambleton also needed extra time to see off Hemingbrough United 3-2.
Luke Zacharenko put United 1-0 up but Hambleton hit back just before the interval with a goal from Dan Smith.
In the second period, Nigel Croad got Hambleton in front, but a defensive slip enabled Hemingbrough to level to take the tie into extra time when substitute Adrian Wood netted.
Hambleton dominated extra time and a second goal from Smith clinched the semi-final slot.
In the Junior Trophy quarter-finals, Tadcaster Magnets hammered Albion Vaults 9-0.
Leading by just a lone Kingsley Wetherald goal at half-time, they stormed to victory with second-half strikes from Sam Farthing (3), Tom Deighton (2), Matty Howgate (2) and John Darnton.
Despite a hat-trick from Lewis Blackwell and a Lee Carter strike, Barlby exited 5-4 to visitors Marcia Bishopthorpe.
Brayton needed extra time to see off NUR 4-3.
Brayton led 2-0 at half-time with goals from Jeremy Hall and Chris Thompson and looked to be coasting to victory only for NUR to counter in the second half through Nicky Fletcher and Danny Cotton to guarantee extra time.
NUR struck first when Jordan Burnitt hit the target only for Brayton to equalised ten minutes later with a goal from Dale Holt.
With time running out Rob Guest netted to put the villagers through to the semi-finals.
The final last four place was seized by New Earswick after they beat St John 1-0, the decisive strike notched in the first half by Kevin Martin.