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Easingwold Town lose to York RI in York Minster Engineering Football League
Tom Cadd scored for the hosts but the visitors overpowered them with strikes from Joe Mason, Matt Pygott, Tom Medd, Steve Martin and Sam Clayton.
Huntington Rovers went second with a 3-1 triumph over Church Fenton. A John Hetherton goal separated the sides at half-time, with Rovers leading, but Kyle Hesling hit back for White Horse just after the break to level.
Late goals from Nicke Rakocevic and Chris Johnson, from a penalty, ensured a Huntington victory.
For the rivals shared six goals after the break for Haxby to win 6-3. Richard Wishart, Shane Bogg, Akif Kaya and Billy Ross, with a hat-trick, were the Haxby marksmen, while Steve Purdy, Tom Settle and Matt Foot replied.
Kevin Kozicki, Richard Sowden and Josh Levitt all scored for Riccall United as they defeated Stamford Bridge 3-2 in reserve ‘B’. Darren Burke and Jordan Elliot replied.
Heslington thumped Aviva 7-2 with Russell Carr and Dan Topping both bagging braces. Daniel Fenwick, Lee Topping and an own goal completed the home team’s tally. Aviva’s replies came via James Dunwoody and an own goal.
Thorpe continue to head reserve ‘C’ following St Clement’s’ failure to collect any points from their trip to Poppleton.
Dan Powell, James Gledhill, Alec Scott and Danny King struck for Poppleton, with Liam Kettlewell and Chris Rowan notching for Saints.
In the only reserve ‘D’ game, leaders Wilberfoss maintained their 100 per cent record with a 3-1 victory at Rufforth thanks to a Johnno Parkin hat-trick. Simon Tealal replied.
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