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Tadcaster Town hold nerves in Junior Cup shoot-out
With the scores locked at 2-2 at the end of normal time, it was left to penalties to decide the outcome, with Town winning the spot-kick duel 6-5.
In the Reserve Cup, second-tier Riccall United inflicted a 3-1 defeat on top-flight Huntington Rovers thanks to goals from James Brunyard, Jack Dinnewell and Richard Sowden. Rovers’ reply was a Kevin Martin penalty.
Haxby United also fell to lower league opposition, losing 3-2 at home to York RI, with Josh Coulson, Adam Brooke and Ben Morris finding the net for the visitors.
The other top-tier sides all survived, with Dunnington enjoying a trouble-free passage when ousting St Clement’s 7-0.
Callum Richardson hit four goals and Andrew Rose three as Dunnington secured their place in the draw for the next round.
Lee McQuade picked up a hat-trick on his return from injury as Wigginton put eight past Bishop Wilton with no response. Rob Orr also bagged a brace with Grasshoppers’ other goals coming from Tom Derbyshire, Alex Martin and Craig Harrison.
Dringhouses won a ding-dong battle at Tockwith by the odd goal in nine. Strikes from Sam Kitson (2), Tom Hawkesby and Liam Robertson, allied with an own goal, made up ’Houses tally.
Hamilton Panthers’ cup ambitions were extinguished by Matthew Foot as the striker hit four goals for Copmanthorpe in an 8-0 rout. Andy Turver, James Fedyszyn and a Stuart Auton brace completed the scoring.
Stamford Bridge could not continue their run of penalty successes as they were defeated 5-2 inside the 90 minutes by visitors Fulford United.
In an incident-crammed game, both teams were reduced to ten men before Fulford won with finishes from Joe Konarski, Graham Nichols, Ben Orange and a couple of penalties from Garry Blaymires. Robert Templeton scored both goals for the home side.
Callum Holmes, Joe Jefferson, Dan O’Dwyer, Brandon Read and Adam Cooke were the marksmen for the home side.
A James Parkin brace was enough to help Wilberfoss to a 2-1 triumph over Civil Service. Gary Diltz grabbed the away side’s goal.
Thorpe United made the most of their journey to Strensall, running out 4-2 winners. Nathan Patrick, Sam Clarke, Matthew Howden and Greg Anderson hit the mark for the Selby side, with Scott Hodgeson and Harry Sanderson firing the Strensall goals.
Cliffe’s long journey to Brooklyn ended in a 7-1 defeat. James Grundy notched for the away side, but this was countered by four Brooklyn strikes from Tom Campbell and others by Matty Bean, Ollie Varley and Tom Everitt.
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