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Victory brings Keystones hope in relegation fight
A last-minute goal from Oliver Waite was enough to down Riccall after Jamie Richardson’s opening goal for Keystones was cancelled out by Tom Littlewood.
Keystones have now taken 15 points from their last seven games to give themselves a realistic chance of staying up.
Wilberfoss wrapped up their season with a convincing 8-1 win at relegated Haxby – a scoreline which included hat-tricks for Olly Newby and Jed Vale and single strikes from John Heads and Andy Palfreyman.
Only maximum points at York RI tonight will see Riccall avoid the drop.
A Riccall win would mean Keystones need only two points from their remaining two games to send Wilberfoss down.
Selby RSSC took another step towards top flight football next season with a 3-0 home win in their penultimate division one fixture.
Hayden Parsonage, Danny Graham and Jon Teale were all on target for the Selby side.
Despite occupying sixth position in the table before the win over Heworth, a victory at champions Terrington Glory tonight will see Selby clinch the runners-up spot.
Anything less than that will mean Amotherby & Swinton will be in the premier division next season.
Division two champions White Horse Church Fenton suffered only their second defeat of the season as they lost 2-1 at Cliffe.
They took the lead through John Langrick, but Dave Reasbeck levelled for Cliffe and Kev Taylor hit the winner.
Runners-up Aviva ended their campaign with a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge. The hosts led through Paul Crangle and Mark Smith, with Aviva salvaging a point with goals from Richard Hunter and Neil Richardson.
Heslington lost a third successive game as they went down 3-1 at Thorpe. Glen Littlewood, Craig Campbell and Ryan Lofthouse scored for the hosts. Dunnington and Huntington drew 3-3 in reserve ‘A’. Dan Hood, Arran Ward and James Edmund scored for Huntington.
Dunnington, unbeaten in 15 games, need four points from their remaining two fixtures to retain their title.
In the final reserve ‘B’ game of the season, promoted York RI beat relegated Wilberfoss 6-4.
Shaun Stockdale hit a treble for the visitors to add to goals from Josh Coulson and Steve Gagen (2), while Ben Binnington (2), Matt Hill and Liam Dwyer replied for Wilberfoss.
Selby RSSC collected the reserve ‘D’ championship from league president Bryan Shearer after a 3-0 home win over Huby saw them pip Strensall for the title.
Josh Knowles, Luke Lambert and Kyle Pool were the marksmen.
Tom Deighton hit a hat-trick for Fox in a 4-0 home win over Bishop Wilton in the Division Four Section One Trophy to set-up a meeting with Selby Town in the final.
Strensall stormed into the Reserve Cup final after beating Riccall 3-1. Joe Wilkinson, Jamie Lawrence and Martin Stone scored.