Yeowart late show clinches promotion for F1 Racing

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F1 RACING guaranteed promotion from York Minster Engineering League division two with a last-gasp 3-2 victory at Fulford United.

The leaders went in 2-0 down at half-time, trailing to a Steve Cooper strike and an own goal. After the break, Neil Yeowart headed home a Darryl Boulton free-kick to reduce the arrears before Adam Tiffany swept home the equaliser from the edge of the box. Yeowart added his second late on.

Heslington leapfrogged Rawcliffe into second spot after a 4-1 home win over Thorpe United.

Stuart Dickinson bagged a brace, with Martin Pepper and Alex Sutherland also on the scoresheet.

Sporting Knavesmire and Bishop Wilton shared the points in division three after a 1-1 draw.

Andrew Simpson’s goal for the hosts was cancelled out by a Josh Knowles effort.

Knavesmire must now collect maximum points from their final two games to be promoted as champions.

Tadcaster Town went down 8-7 at home to York Acorn.

Adam Dobson, Lee Quickmire, Louis Duffill, James Burton (2), Lewis Chipchase and Sam Owers found the net for the home side.

The Acorn haul comprised strikes from Lee Jacobs (3), Wilson Briggs (2), Connor Larner (2) and Sam Lingard.

Division four champions Kirkbymoorside defeated LNER Builders 4-0.

Michael Cooper and Michael Cussans combined to give Selby Town Reserves a 2-1 win over Wheldrake. Mike Goldsworthy scored the visitors’ consolation.

In reserve 'A', Huntington and York RI drew 1-1, York RI’s goal coming from Cameron Sanderson.

Reserve 'C' champions Brooklyn beat Hemingbrough 3-1 with strikes from Danny Foxton, Cameron Swift and Tom Everitt. Adam Fulcher replied for Brough.

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