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Hounds rise to the top after thumping Sunday football victory
Only goal difference separates Station and Hounds at the top of division one in the Ian’s Cars of Barlby Sunday Morning Football League after Hounds thumped near neighbours Bubwith Nomads 5-1.
Hounds never looked in trouble against a side yet to gain a point in five games and were 4-0 up at the break with a brace from Chris Jackson, right, plus Danny Rodwell and Ben Yorke goals. Hounds’ Gary Chapman added the fifth just after the restart before Sam Milner scored a late consolation.
King William beat visitors Enterprise 4-1.
After a goal-less first half the reigning champions took the lead early in the second period when Danny Snaith netted from the spot but Enterprise hit back straight away through Zac Lovely.
The home side gradually took control and were rewarded when Snaith scored his and King William’s second. Neil Ducey then struck for 3-1 before Snaith completed his hat-trick.
Manager Graham Ireton headed the home side in front after nine minutes, and Hoppers lead’ was doubled just three minutes later via Dan Zambelli’s 20-yard drive.
Dunnington broke through Hoppers’ offside trap to halve the deficit on the half-hour mark, but Clancey hit a volley to restore the two-goal cushion just before the break.
After the restart, Jamie Willstrop carved open the Dunnington defence to put Clancy through for his second before the visitors hit back.
Willstrop then got on the score sheet himself, Clancy then hit a quick brace to put the result beyond doubt. The scoring was completed when Ireton was gifted a second and Clancy hit his fifth and Hoppers’ ninth.
Hambleton continue to top division two after beating Albion Vaults 4-3.
Hambleton took an early 1-0 lead through a Mark Holman penalty before Albion levelled through Chris Coxon.
Hambleton went 2-1 up in the second period with an Eddie Neate strike but again Vaults were level with a goal from Dave Hullah. Hambleton’s Oliver Lister then struck for 3-2 before Vaults substitute Ollie O’Neill came off the bench to tie the scores yet again before Hambleton finally sealed the result 4-3 with a goal from Matthew Prosser.
Leeman United are three points behind the leaders with a game in hand after beating visitors Hemingbrough United 3-2.
Ollie Newby struck to put the home side 1-0 up but the visitors made it 1-1 just before the break with a goal from Tom Collins.
In the second period he struck his second to restore Leeman’s lead but the visitors were soon level when substitute Adrian Wood grabbed a goal. With time running out the home side’s Jamie Moore hit the winner.
Huntington Rovers used their collective bonce to beat Bubwith White Swan 3-1 – all three goals coming from headers. Lee Bunce opened the scoring for Rovers with a bullet header after a sliced clearance.
Danny Franks then glanced the ball in from a Gareth Hirst corner before Chris Dyson nodded a header over the ’keeper to make it 3-0.
White Swan’s late consolation goal was bagged by Simon Holder.
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