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Top trio fight it out for Sunday Morning Football League division one title
10:48am Friday 11th October 2013 in Sport
STATION, Hounds and King William are joint-top of division one in the Ian’s Cars of Barlby York Sunday Morning Football League.
The leading trio are all on 13 points after King William’s 4-2 win over visitors Hounds.
The home side led 1-0 at the break, striker Danny Gray’s header breaking the deadlock.
King William started the second period strongest and doubled their lead when Kevin Butler hit the target.
Gray then made it 3-0 from the penalty spot before Hounds got back in the game with two quick goals from Gary Chapman.
Luke Hall struck the hosts’ fourth to seal the win.
Prolific striker Michael Clancy took his tally to nine goals in five games with two strikes in Wigginton Grasshoppers’ 8-1 win over Severus.
Mark Woodford gave Severus the lead after only nine minutes, but the hosts hit back to dominate the game.
Tom Coates hit Wigginton’s equaliser on his first start for more than a year, and a minute later Steve Jarvis put the hosts in front.
Clancy added a third from the penalty spot to give ’Hoppers a 3-1 half-time lead.
Jarvis then hit a quickfire double to complete his hat-trick. Tom Jackson and Eddy Clapham also got on the scoresheet before Clancy got the eighth.
Huntington Rovers were 4-2 away winners against division two leaders Hambleton.
Chris Dyson and Chris Johnson put the visitors 2-0 up, but Ian Huddlestone netted to make it 2-1 at the break.
Rovers extended their lead with a goal from Chris Dixon before substitute Ollie Lister came off the bench to score the hosts’ second.
Dyson’s second rounded off the scoring.
Goal difference separates Hambleton and Leeman United at the top.
Leeman, who have a game in hand on the table toppers, saw off basement side York Medics 4-2.
Goals from Ollie Newby and Jimmy Clamp gave United a 2-0 half-time lead.
After the break, further goals from Clamp and Tosh Reid doubled the lead before Medics’ Stewart Brown grabbed a late brace.
Hemingbrough and Beeswing shared the points in a 2-2 draw.
Matty Zacharencko and Jamie Wheeler scored for Hemingbrough, while Callum McKenzie and Mark Burton netted for Beeswing.
Albion Vaults hit four second-half goals to beat hosts York Nomads 4-1.
After John Cavanagh had scored an early goal for Nomads, the fight back started as Chris Coxon hit a brace, before Daniel Hewitt and Ollie O’Neil bagged a goal apiece.
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