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Crayke cracker brings Sporting Knavesmire’s run to an end
10:57am Monday 9th December 2013 in Sport
CRAYKE tore up the form book in York Minster Engineering Football League division three to ruin Sporting Knavesmire’s 100 per cent league record.
Shaun Murray and Luke Bilham scored either side of half-time to secure a 2-0 victory for the visitors.
Selby Olympia stayed in the promotion hunt with a 3-0 home victory over Huby.
Damian Steblecki hit a stunning free-kick to put Olympia ahead and Craig Dickinson doubled their advantage.
Pavel Jankowski capped off the win in the second half.
Bishop Wilton were 2-1 winners against Tadcaster Town despite being responsible for all three goals.
Darren Woodhead and Alex Nattrass netted at the right end before Ben Rawlings put through his own net.
Stamford Bridge defeated Civil Service 3-0 thanks to a double from Kalum Horne and a Chris Bowles penalty.
Kirkbymoorside maintained their progress in division four with a 4-1 triumph over Melbourne which keeps them six points clear of South Milford.
Milford triumphed 6-1 at Wheldrake thanks to Charles Duffy, Jamie Potter, John Potter, Glynn Harrison, Robin Fossett and Michael Barnett. Tom Anderson struck for the home side.
Danny Marshall hit four goals as Jorvik Blades scored a convincing 7-2 win at home to Cawood.
Selby Town won 2-1 at Moor Lane, with Michael Cussans and Jake Rastrick on target.
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