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Hounds pull off King coup
HOUNDS toppled leaders King William 2-0 in division one of the Ian’s Cars of Barlby York Sunday Morning Football League.
Goals from Rich Gladwell and Chris Jackson sealed the win for Selby-based Hounds.
In division two, second-placed Leeman United moved three points clear of the chasing pack after winning 7-2 at Marcia Grey.
Mark Moore opened the scoring for United, but the home side levelled with a goal from Nick McBride.
Joe Dale, Moore and James Barrett then hit the net as the visitors led 4-1 at the break.
United’s dominance continued in the second period and Dale struck his second, Liam Stilgoe made it 6-1 and Craig Fletcher added a seventh.
Roger Loraines got a second for Marcia.
Haxby Lions gained three vital points in their fight against relegation as they beat York Medics 4-2.
A hat-trick from Paul Scaife and a John Simpson strike gave them the edge against a depleted Medics team, whose scorers were Luke Thornton and Greg Chambers.
Leaders Albion Vaults increased their advantage at the top of division three to seven points with a 7-3 win over second-placed York Five Lions.
Dave Hullah hit four to add to goals by Chris Coxon, Darren Rollinson and Ash Smith.
Five Lions’ marksmen were Liam Keenaghan, Leigh Dutton and Will Moore.
Division four leaders Britannia Tadcaster won 6-2 at Barlby, whose scorers were Lewis Blackburn and Steve Lukes.
NUR remain second after thumping visitors Eggborough 7-1.
First-half braces from Jordan Burnitt and Danny Cotton put NUR 4-0 up at the break.
Paul Fletcher added to the lead just after the restart before James Newnham pulled a goal back from the penalty spot.
Newnham spurned a second spot-kick chance and NUR added two more goals through Tom Knight and Burnitt, who rounded off his first-ever hat-trick.
SEVERUS reached the final of the Ian’s Cars of Barlby York Sunday Morning Football League Senior Trophy after an extra time 5-4 victory over Hambleton.
There were two goals apiece for Dave Watson and Mark Woodward plus a Jason Race strike, while Hambleton man of the match Ian Huddletone bagged a hat-trick to add to a Kane Snelson goal.
The final of the Junior Challenge Trophy will be between Tadcaster Magnets and New Earswick.
Magnets thrashed Marcia Bishopthorpe 8-0.
Kingsley Wetherald opened the scoring from the penalty spot and Jon Darnton made it 2-0 just before the break.
Magnets were quickly 3-0 up at the start of the second period when Ben Wilson hit the target.
Tom Deighton scored the fourth before Christian Derrick netted a brace.
Wetherald scored his second and Billy Thompson came off the bench to complete the rout.
New Earswick were 2-1 winners over Brayton in their semi-final.
Paul Young headed in a flick from Nick Hindle to give New Earswick the lead, but Brayton drew level ten minutes later with a great goal from Rob Guest.
Young won it when he headed in an Alex McKay corner.