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Enterprise beat Sunday Morning League table toppers King William
Enterprise claimed another big scalp in division one of the Ian's Cars of Barlby Sunday Morning League.
A week on from beating second placed Acomb Celtic 2-0 they went one better and saw off table toppers King William 6-4.
Enterprise raced into a 3-0 lead in the first 15 minutes with a hat-trick from Carl Stewart.
Nathan Kamara pulled one back for King William before James Shimmin made it 4-1 at the break.
In the second period, Enterprise increased their lead with an own goal and a fourth from Stewart to make it 6-1 before the leaders replied with goals from Mark Willoughby, Danny Gray and Luke Hall.
But even with 30 minutes still to go and King William keeping up the pressure, a resilient Enterprise defence held out.
Severus’s Mark Woodward came off the bench to net a second half hat-trick in a 5-1 win over Skelton. Also on target were Jason Race and Craig McShane. The reply came from Toby Lea.
Leeman United went second in division two on goal difference after braces from Joe Mason, Liam Stilgo and Craig Fletcher helped them to a 6-0 win over York Nomads.
Marcia Grey looked to be in control of their game against York Medics when two free-kicks from Alex Day resulted in a goal from Steve Pickup and an own goal.
But Medics hit back in the second period with strikes from Lewis Warnock, Ben Creswell and Greg Chambers to win 3-2.
Beeswing claimed a vital point in their battle against the drop when Rich Burnett poked the ball home from six inches for a 1-1 share-all with Hambleton, who led for most of the game through Daniel Smith.
Despite goals from Luke Zacharenko and Ricki Hutton, anchor side Hemingbrough lost 5-2 to derby rivals Bubwith Nomads.
York Five Lions still top division three on goal difference after strikes from Will Moore and Liam Keenaghan gave them a 2-1 win at Bishopthorpe, for whom Jack Hulse scored.
Second-placed Albion Vaults beat Bubwith White Swan 4-0 after Craig Hewitt, Paul Tanton, Kevin Taylor and Matty Howden goals.
In the derby duel between Brayton FC and visitors Selby Olympia, the guests opened the scoring through Sean Gandy on ten minutes.
Brayton levelled 20 minutes later with a close-range effort from Rob Guest before Olympia made it 2-1 at the break with a strike from George Wojcik.
Both sides spurned chances after the break before Brayton bagged an 80th-minute leveller from Chris Thompson.
Division four leaders Britannia Tadcaster beat St John 7-3, the students’ goals coming from Thomas Ryan (2) and Rob Gumbley.
Barlby, with a brace from Lewis Blackwell and strikes by Rob Baker, Tom Wright and an own goal, downed Drax 5-2.
Third-placed Tadcaster Magnets maintained their hundred per cent record with a 7-0 win over NUR.
Sam Farthing, Kingsley Wetherald and Daryl Carter struck for a 3-0 half-time lead.
Ben Wilson bagged two after the break, his second a rasping 35-yarder, while Wetherald was also twice on target to complete his hat-trick.
Ryan Willis hit a hat-trick in Selby Railway’s 6-1 win at Eggborough Rangers. Matty Williams, Jon Teale and Danny Oxtoby completed the win. Rangers’ lone reply was from John Nurden.