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Station in 8-1 win at Wiggington Grasshoppers
10:40am Friday 30th August 2013 in Sport
STATION took their goal tally to 14 in two games with an 8-1 win at Wiggington Grasshoppers in division one of the Ian’s Cars of Barlby Sunday Morning League.
Gary Collier was Station’s top scorer with four, followed by Steve Lyon with a brace. Also on target were Michael Braithwaite and Ryan Whitlam. Steve Jarvis netted Hoppers’ lone reply two minutes from time.
Hounds Chris Jackson, right, scored his second hat-trick in two games in Hounds’ 5-1 win over Severus. Also on target were Danny Rodwell and Gary Chapman, Severus replying through Mark Woodward.
With two goals from Danny Aston and a Rob Hart effort Dunnington were 3-1 winners at Derwent United.
In the first round of the Ian’s Cars of Barlby Junior Trophy, Bishopthorpe United’s James Fedyszyn hit three penalties in his four-goal haul, with team-mate Andy Manns bagging a hat-trick in a 9-4 win over Selby Railway. Josh Knowles (3) and Janos Tacaks replied.
Brayton FC needed extra time to see off a plucky Marcia Bishopthorpe 5-3.
Ahead 3-0 just after the hour with goals from Rob Guest (2) and Will Beedham, Brayton then saw Marcia hit back with a brace from Hash Sharif and an Andy Noble strike to take the game in to extra time.
Pat Guest and Luke Lambert sealed the tie for Brayton.
Britannia Tadcaster eased into the next round after trouncing York RI 7-0 led by Adam Field (4), Scott Nicholas, Jordan Willoughby and Jamie Glover.
Eggborough were 5-4 extra time winners at Haxby Lions.
Sean Gandy was Eggborough’s top scorer with three followed by John Nurden and Louis Smith. The home side’s plunder was shared between Billy Ross, Adam Wash and Jason Kelly.
A Liam Foster penalty six minutes into added time gave FC Barlby a 4-3 win at Marcia Grey.
The visitors raced into a 2-0 lead when Alan Richards hit the target with Foster scoring his first.
Paul Harris pulled a goal back for Marcia to make 2-1 at the break.
In the second period, Marcia levelled with a goal from Alex Day only for Alan Richards to restore Barlby’s lead.
Marcia looked to have sent the tie into extra time when two minutes from time Tommy Medd hit a 20-yard free-kick to make it 3-3 before Foster struck from the spot.
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