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Late leveller rescues point for Sunday Morning Football League champions
REIGNING division one champions King William needed a late goal from Danny Gray to claim a share of the points in their game against newly promoted Derwent United in the Ian’s Cars of Barlby York Sunday Morning Football League.
King William led 2-1 at the break with goals from Gray and Anthony Evans, against a Simon Cooke strike. United hit back in the second period with two goals from Dean Nuttall to lead 3-2 before Gray’s equaliser.
Station got off to a flying start with a 6-1 win over Bubwith Nomads thanks to a hat-trick from Steve Lyon, two from Gary Collier and a goal by Luke Durham. Guy May netted Nomads’ lone reply.
Newly-promoted Wigginton Grasshoppers twice led against Hounds, but went down 6-2.
Tom Metcalf got the opener from the penalty spot, but Chris Jackson hit the target to level. Matthew Tiplady restored Hoppers’ lead just before the break, but Hounds dominated the second period with Chris completing his hat-trick and brother Alan grabbing a brace. Billy Atton also scored.
Lions led 1-0 at the break thanks to Dave Crudas, but Lewis Goldsmith and Sam Goodall hit back for Bish before late goals from Tom Matthews, Jason Kelly and Dave Thompson.
Lee Carter’s brace helped Barlby to a 2-2 draw at Tadcaster Magnets.
League new boys Snaith thrashed York Phoenix 24-0 in division four with seven goals from Matty Whitaker, plus strikes by Mark Baggaley (4), Ryan Featherstone (3), Alex Hunt (2), Jack Stocks (2), Bradley Thompson (2), Ben Harrison, Joe Lock, Chris Gilmartin and an own goal.
In round one of the League Cup, first division Enterprise edged past third division hosts Bubwith White Swan 3-2.
Enterprise led 2-1 at the break through Phil Hartley and Chris Dempsey, while Matty Howden hit the target for Bubwith.
Simon Holder equalised on 65 minutes, but Dempsey’s second settled the tie.
NUR bowed out 1-0 at Britannia Tadcaster when a goalkeeping error led to Adam Field scoring the only goal.
Danny Cotton, last season’s top scorer, broke a leg and his NUR side missed a last-minute penalty.
Eggborough beat Selby Railway 4-0 with a brace from Jake Wild, a Daniel Jones strike and an own goal.
Severus hammered hosts Dunnington 9-1 in round one of the Senior Trophy. They led 2-0 at half-time with goals from Mark Woodward and Dave Watson, while Sev ’keeper Sam Lingard saved a penalty.
The scoring was completed by Jon James, Cameron Sanderson (2), Woodward, Craig McShane, Jack Green and Josh Johnson.
Hemingbrough United thrashed Beeswing 6-0.
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