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Hounds FC looking to catch leaders Station
11:22am Friday 27th September 2013 in Sport
Liam Olsson, Chris Jackson and Ben Yorke (2) got the crucial goals, as Rob Chipps, Rob Hart and Matty Wain netted for the home team.
Champions King William raced 2-0 up against Bubwith Nomads through Anthony Evans and Luke Hall – the early goals proving vital in a 5-3 win.
The villagers struck back through Danny Best and Dave McMahon, either side of Hall’s second goal, to make it 3-2 at half-time.
King William started the second period strongly, though, and went further in front with a Mitchell Carter goal while Hall completed his hat-trick to make it 5-2 before McMahon grabbed his second and Nomads’ third.
Hambleton continue to top division two after a hat-trick from Ian Huddlestone plus strikes from Eddie Neate, Dan Smith and Jason Atherton saw them beat Beeswing 6-4, Wing replying with a Callum McKenzie treble and a 30-yard scorcher from Liam Robertson.
Leeman United, with goals from James Whitaker, Lloyd Crawford, Ollie Newby and Jack Condren, beat York Nomads 4-1 to go second in the table, Craig Hargreaves netting the lone reply.
Tadcaster teams claim the top two places in division three.
Leading the way are Tadcaster Magnets after they won 4-1 at Haxby Lions, the visitors’ goals coming from Sam Farthing, James Stewart and Matthew Wilson (2), Matty Wash responding.
Britannia Tadcaster were 4-3 winners at York RI, Chris Duffield getting the second-half winner.
It had been 3-3 at the break, Adam Chaplin (2) and Sean Stockdale scoring for the hosts, Adam Field hitting a hat-trick for Britannia.
Brayton and Bishopthorpe United played out a ding-dong 3-3 draw.
Patrick Guest opened the scoring for Brayton but Ben Smith and Andy Manns turned things around either side of half-time.
Brayton soon levelled with a goal from Rob Guest, but Manns hit his second to put United back in front.
Substitute Harrison Summerscales was Brayton’s point-winner, netting a late equaliser.
New Earswick moved into second place in division four after battering basement side York Phoenix 10-0 thanks to hat-tricks from Neil Richardson and Kevin Martin, plus strikes from Alex McKay (2), Rich Carroll and Dan Hunter.
NUR trailed 1-0 at the break against Selby Olympia, Lee Ward the scorer, but hit back via doubles from Liam Waite and Rob Constable – with a penalty and an unstoppable free-kick – to run out 4-1 winners.
Eggborough twice came from behind to win a seven-goal game at Marcia.
David Doone put the hosts ahead but Eggborough hit back through Jake Wild and John Shearsmith to lead 2-1 at the break.
Marcia, with quick goals from Martin Charlton and Andy Noble, went 3-2 up, but the visitors stole the points as Wild scored his second before Matty Harker headed in the winner.
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