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Stewart spot on as Wigginton Grasshoppers close the gap on Dunnington
Jordan Grose headed the hosts into an early lead but Lee McQuade levelled before the break and a Lee Stewart penalty midway through the second half won it for Wigginton, who have played three games more than Dunnington.
A penalty also decided a fiery affair between Copmanthorpe and vsitors Rowntrees, who had Joe Cox and Chris Johnson sent off.
Cop ’keeper Ben Sheehan converted his fourth spot-kick of the season in the last minute to seal a 1-0 win.
Dringhouses extended their unbeaten run to seven games with a 1-1 draw at Riccall.
After a goalless first hour, the deadlock was broken by Wayne Brooke’s penalty, but Dave Watson levelled for ’Houses on 70 minutes. Promotion-chasing St Clement’s beat division one leaders Aviva 2-0.
Mike Heels gave Saints the lead before the break and a last-minute goal from Scott Nicholas condemned Aviva to a second consecutive 2-0 home defeat.
White Horse could still take the title, but a third away defeat on the trot did not helped their cause.
They lost 2-0 at in-form Tockwith, who are eight games unbeaten, with James Neville putting the home side in front on 20 minutes and Graham Hutchinson adding a second goal late on.