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Riccall United beat Bishopthorpe to maintain record
Riccall United kept their 100 per cent York Minster Football League reserve ‘B’ record intact.
Goals from Daniel Tame and Josh Levitt gave them a 2-0 win over Bishopthorpe.
Adam Cook, Cal Holmes and Brandon Read notched for Malton with Paul Fowler hitting both of Stamford’s replies.
Thorpe United had to come from behind to gain a hard-fought 4-2 win over Civil Service.
Adam Hardy and Matt Williams gave Civil Service a two-goal cushion early in the game, but a brace from Adam Tessyman restored parity by the interval.
Thorpe proved superior in the second half with Tessyman completing his hat-trick before Nathan Patrick scored their fourth.
Poppleton won 4-1 at Tockwith with Reece Asan, James Gledhill, Curtis Bowles and Danny Barrett all finding the net.
Luke Bishop hit a brace for Bishop Wilton against Rufforth in reserve ‘D’ but despite Alex Gould also finding the net for the home side, it was Rufforth who scored a 4-3 success.
The day’s most one-sided game went to Hamilton Panthers who destroyed Huby 16-0.
Kevin Butler was the top marksman with seven, ably supported by four goals from Daniel Coombs and a hat-trick from Sean Stewart. Stephen Ward also made the scoresheet with a double strike.
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