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Wigginton Grasshoppers beaten at home by Dunnington
In a game which saw as many cautions as it did attempts on goal, Dunnington proved too strong for the home team for a 4-1 win.
Tom Matthews put the visitors ahead from the penalty spot after 15 minutes, and Grasshoppers gave themselves a bigger mountain to climb when Luke Roberts was sent off for denying a scoring opportunity five minutes later.
Robert Chipps then doubled the champions’ lead from the resulting free-kick before adding his second, and Dunnington’s third, on the stroke of half-time. Ollie Newby bagged a fourth for the visitors before Josh Tattersall saw red, allowing Wigginton ’keeper Michael Clancy to score a consolation penalty for his side.
Old Malton St Mary’s returned to the top despite falling behind to St Clement’s through a Scott Nicholas penalty.
The Ryedale side wrestled control of the match late on and ran out 4-1 winners. Malton’s haul was made up of a Marcus Godsell double and solo strikes for Scott Preston and Dean Nuttall.
Terrington Glory moved up to fourth with a 4-0 victory at home to Huntington Rovers.
The damage was all inflicted before the interval with Terrington’s goals coming from Tom Paley, Alex Yates and a Danny Bulmer brace.
Dringhouses gained a decisive 5-0 triumph at York RI with Mark Woodward hitting a hat-trick past his former side. Liam Stilgoe and Steve Rambridge also found the net.
A similar scoreline was seen at Easingwold, where Aviva notched five without reply.
Neil Richardson bagged a brace to put Aviva into a 2-0 half-time lead before an Adam Humphries header increased the margin. A 20-yard strike from Mark Benton was then eclipsed by an excellent solo effort from Karl Barbaro.
Copmanthorpe took all three points from their visit to bottom of the table side, York St John’s. Robin Bedford, James Peace, Mark Featherstone and Matty Bastock all hit the target in a 4-2 win with Michael Grugan (2), replying.
In division one, Church Fenton White Horse made it two from two with a 3-0 victory over Hamilton Panthers.
Dave Marshall fired the visitors ahead from the penalty spot before Jonah Beecher and Connor Brady completed the scoring.
Selby RSSC got the better of Hemingbrough by the odd goal in five to register their first points of the season. Dave Young and Guy May were on target for Hemingbrough.
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