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Leaders Station stalled by Sunday Morning League rivals Hounds
10:42am Friday 13th September 2013 in Sport
TABLE-TOPPING Station’s 100 per cent winning start ended with a derby stalemate in division one of the Ian’s Cars of Barlby York Sunday Morning Football League.
Station were held to a 2-2 draw by Selby rivals Hounds.
Olsson brothers Ben and Liam scored for Hounds, but Station responded with goals from top-scorer Gary Collier and Wayne Brook.
Wigginton Grasshoppers collected their first points of the season with a 5-2 defeat of Bubwith Nomads.
Matty Tiplady bagged a brace in the first 15 minutes as ’Hoppers had all the early pressure.
Nomads hit back just after the half hour with a goal from Craig Rowden to make it 2-1.
Five minutes into the second half, Neale Holmes restored Wiggy’s two-goal cushion, only to see Nomads substitute Sheridan Fletcher pounce on a defensive error to make it 3-2.
Steve Jarvis and Michael Clancy sealed the points for Wigginton.
Dunnington made it two wins out two by beating visitors Enterprise 5-1. Defensive mistakes put the home side 2-0 up at half-time and they doubled their lead early in the second period. Enterprise pulled a goal back through Matthew Brown before Dunnington hit the net again.
Rob Hart bagged a hat-trick and there were goals for Rob Chipps and Brad Swainston.
Hambleton lead the way in division two after recording their third win on the bounce, a 10-2 stroll over visitors York Medics.
Ian Huddlestone starred with five goals and there were two each for Eddie Neate and Nigel Croad, plus one for Mark Holman.
Stewart Brown got two for Medics.
Hemingbrough United beat hosts York Nomads 8-4 thanks to four goals from Tom Collins plus a goal apiece from Jamie Wheeler, Elliott Precious, Adrian Wood and Liam Gautry. The Nomads’ scorers were Nathan Bradley (2) and John Cavanagh (2).
Leeman United were 5-0 winners at Bubwith White Swan thanks to a brace apiece by Olly Newby and Neil Hartley, plus a Danny Coulson strike.
Myron Turbine scored in the first minute to get Beeswing off to a flier at Huntington. The hosts hit back with a goal from Danny Franks just before the break but, with the game heading for a draw, Beeswing were gifted a 2-1 win when Huntington’s Danny Shepherd scored an own goal.
Marcia Grey top division three on goal difference after beating Britannia Tadcaster 3-1.
Richard Kendall gave Marcia a half-time lead, but Britannia equalised early in the second period.
Tommy Medd hit an unstoppable 20-yard effort to restore Marcia’s lead before Alex Day’s solo run from the halfway line made it 3-1.
Ten-man York RI came from behind to beat Brayton 5-2.
Davy Cryer gave Brayton an early lead, but Adam Chaplin (2), Mark Powell (2) and Liam Keenaghan turned it around before Dale Holt got Brayton’s second.
Tadcaster Magnets, with strikes from Tristan Batley-Kyle, Simon Hughes and Sam Farthing, beat Barlby 3-2. Jack Dinnewell and Darren Jackson, with a penalty, were on target for Barlby.
Snaith top division four after hitting back from 2-0 down to beat visitors Eggborough 4-2.
Danny Jones netted twice for the visitors, but goals by Matty Whittaker (2), Tom Wright and Danny Coult sealed the win.
Selby Olympia’s Lee Ward fired five goals in a thumping 10-0 win over basement side York Phoenix.
Nathan Horner (2), Pawel Jankowski, Keenan Brewin and David Whisker also scored.
Alex McKay netted a hat-trick and Neil Richardson a brace in New Earswick’s 5-2 win over Drax, whose scorers were Jon Page and Jake Broadhead.
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