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Great Scott does it for Dunnington FC
They inflicted a second successive home defeat on Wigginton Grasshoppers with a single-goal settling the proverbial six-pointer.
Scott Sullivan was the marksman, his 19th league goal of the season stretching Dunnington’s unbeaten run to 24 games.
After a goalless first half, Liam Preston’s opener for Old Malton was cancelled out by Joe Dale but the Ryedale side took control as Jon Newton – scoring for the fourth game on the bounce – restored their lead before Darren Dunning scored twice with Tom Fenwick adding a fifth late goal for Old Malton. Danny Temple hit Poppleton’s second.
Copmanthorpe’s Robin Bedford scored all his side’s goals in their 4-2 home win over Terrington Glory. Dan Bulmer and Jordan Grose replied for the Glory boys.
A late equaliser from Lee Bunce earned Huntington a share of the points from a 2-2 draw with visitors Riccall.
An own goal gave Huntington the early advantage but Riccall led at the break through Dave Heron and a Wayne Brook penalty.
Selby RSSC ended a run of six games without a win by toppling York RI 2-0 to move out of the relegation zone. Richard Sykes put the Selby side in front with Matty Musgrave adding the second.
Dringhouses chalked up their sixth straight win over York St John as goals from Will Pepper, Javier Shepherd and Mitch Carter earned a 3-0 victory. Aviva remain top of division one despite losing their top-of the-table clash at second place Malton & Norton, who closed the gap to just four points with a game in hand.
Liam Burdett gave the hosts the lead at the break before second-half goals from Ryan Rivis and Simon Reeves confirmed a 3-0 win for Malton & Norton. St Clement’s, who have never lost a game this season when they have scored a goal, continued the trend with a 3-0 home win over Pocklington.
The Saints led at the break courtesy of an own goal and a Danny Adams effort before Mike Heels con confirmed the win.
White Horse, with games in hand, continue to be a promotion contender. They enhanced their chances with a 2-0 home win over Total Sports. A Dave Marshall free-kick broke the deadlock in the second half before John Langrick wrapped up the points.
The Church Fenton side are unbeaten in their last 15 home games but it was a first win over Total Sports in seven attempts.
Despite a brace of goals from Jedd Vale, Wilberfoss slumped to their 12th home game without a win as they lost 4-2 to Tockwith.
The visiting tally was shared by Chris Clarke, an own goal, Will Richmond and Adam Fairhurst.
Amotherby put some space between themselves and the drop zone after they registered their first home win of the season, coming back from a Jon Wileman strike to beat Hemingbrough 5-1. John Dunning, Andy Phillips (2), George Moore and Mike Lindsay hit the Amotherby goals.
• More reports in The Press tomorrow