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Sunday morning football league round-up
11:18am Friday 8th March 2013 in Sport
King William moved a step closer to being crowned champions of division one in the Ian’s Cars of Barlby York Sunday Morning Football League after defeating Severus 3-0.
After a goalless first-half, King William’s Danny Gray opened the scoring within a minute of the restart. Two minutes later Gary Newton doubled the lead before Neil Ducey came off the bench to make it 3-0 in the 68th minute.
Celtic’s goals came from Mark Benton, Lee Powell and Kevin Scott, the visitors replying through Dan Hall, Gareth Miles and Simon Castle.
Derwent United moved 11 points clear at the top of division two after a 2-1 win at Bubwith Nomads.
Early first-half goals from Marcus Godsell and Dean Nuttall saw United go 2-0 up but Nomads pulled a goal back just before the break when Guy May lobbed the visitors’ goalkeeper from 50 yards to make it 2-1.
Hambleton gave their faint promotion hopes a boost when second-half goals from Danny Smith and Kane Snelson gave them a 2-1 win at relegation-threatened Haxby, who had led with a first-half strike from Paul Jacobs.
Beeswing, with two goals from Myron Turbine, beat hosts York Nomads 2-1, Nathan Bradley netting for the home side.
Basement side Hemingbrough were graced by five goals from Luke Zacharenko, plus a Stephen Morton brace, beat York Medics 7-4.
Hemingbrough are now only two points behind Haxby with three games in hand and have four games in hand on third bottom Beeswing.
Division three leaders Albion Vaults were held 4-4 at Huntington Rovers.
Chris Dyson opened the scoring, but Vaults hit back with a Chris Coxon brace to lead at the break.
In the second period, the visitors went 4-1 in front with goals from Darren Rollinson and Dave Hullah.
Rovers’ Chris Johnson then made it 4-2 before Dyson struck twice to complete his hat-trick and give Rovers a share of the points.
Brayton FC’s Rob Guest grabbed four goals and Lewis Chappell one as the villagers beat second-placed York Lions 5-2.
Simon Gilroy and Lee Dutton shared the Lions’ replies.
Bubwith White Swan moved into the promotion race after two goals from Simon Holder, plus a Jamie Sedman strike, sealed a 3-0 win over Bishopthorpe United.
York RI and Marcia Bishopthorpe drew 4-4. The Railway plunder was shared by Gary Rylance (2), Steve Rice and Jake Moyse.
The top of the table clash in division four saw leaders Britannia Tadcaster beat second-placed NUR 3-2. James Constable and Danny Cotton scored the NUR goals.
Tadcaster Magnets thrashed visitors York Phoenix 13-1 with five goals from Billy Wilson, a Matty Wilson brace, and efforts by Jason Lowe, Thomas Askham, Jon Darnton, Sam Farthing, Simon Hughes and Joshua Wrigglesworth. Kieron Hartnell hit the consolation.
Selby Railway’s substitute Jean-Pierre Grenier came off the bench to score the winner in their 3-2 win over Drax FC. Also on target were Kris Walls and Josh Knowles.
Liam Waterworth netted twice to give St John a 2-0 half-time lead against Eggborough Rangers, who hit back with a second-half brace from Jake Wild. But the students made sure of the points when James Peavoy struck the winner.
Hounds are through to the semi-finals of the Ian’s Cars of Barlby League Cup after beating derby rivals Station 3-0.
Rich Gladwell with a brace, and Adam Garner netted the tie-winning goals.
Leeman United also booked their spot in the last four after seeing off FC Barlby 3-1.
On target were Joe Dale (2) and James Barrett from the penalty-spot.