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Tom Robinson strike sees Bubwith White Swan close gap on Leeman United
Bubwith White Swan moved to within a point of leaders Leeman United in division two of the Ian’s Cars of Barlby Sunday Morning League after a hard-fought win over York Medics.
Matthew Harris gave Medics an early lead and, although White Swan levelled just before the break when Jamie Sedman rifled home a free-kick, Medics retook the lead through Luke Thornton.
The turning point came when Si Holder challenged the Medics goalkeeper and the ball rebounded off him to make it 2-2. Tom Robinson then hit the winner.
Hambleton’s promotion challenge took a knock when they lost 4-3 at Hemingbrough. Luke Zacharenko (2), Tom and Daniel Collins secured the points for Hemingbrough.
Marcia Grey’s 4-1 win over Bishopthorpe United saw them go six points clear at the top of division three.
Two goals from Tommy Medd, his second being a delicate chip from an angle, and a tap-in from Lee Harris gave Marcia a 3-0 half-time lead.
Bishops pulled a goal back after a poor clearance from the Marcia ’keeper but Steve Abbott struck Marcia’s fourth to seal the points.
Brayton moved out of the relegation zone after winning 6-0 at eight-man Haxby Lions.
Patrick Guest opened the scoring when heading in a cross from his brother Robert. Lions ’keeper Jon Brown saved a penalty but two quick goals from Robert Guest saw Brayton go 3-0 up.
Joshua Knowles struck before the break and Brayton continued to dominate in the second period, with Knowles scoring two further goals to complete a hat-trick.
Eggborough Rangers made it five wins in a row in division four, after coming from behind to beat hosts New Earswick 2-1.
The home side led on the half-hour mark when Neil Richardson headed in from a corner.
Both sides created further chances but the score remained the same until the visitors levelled after the interval when a John Shearsmith corner was side-footed in by Matthew Harker.
Rangers wrapped up the points when the Earswick ’keeper fumbled a James Wye cross and Phil Newstead was on hand to tap the ball home.
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