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Top four neck and neck in York Minster Engineering premier division
10:01am Monday 17th September 2012 in Sport
Terrington goalscorer Danny Bulmer blasts a shot against Copmanthorpe duo Ryan O’Reilly and Jake Moyse
FOUR teams are still locked together on 18 points at the top of the York Minster Engineering Football League premier division.
Reigning champions Old Malton St Mary’s thrashed hosts Riccall 5-0.
Danny Fogg headed the visitors in front after six minutes, with Jon Newton tapping in the second five minutes later. Fogg then completed his hat-trick before the break.
Jack Thackray added a late goal for Saints as they extended their unbeaten away run to 19 games.
Leaders Wigginton hammered Hamilton Panthers 11-2, with Lee McQuade bagging five goals to extend his scoring sequence to five games on the trot. There was a hat-trick for Kev Butler, two for Lee Stewart and an own goal.
Steve Jarman and Neil Hartley replied for Panthers.
Scott Sullivan scored four, while Luke Dove (2), Tom Richards and Josh Tattersall were also on target.
Chris Dyson opened and closed the scoring for Rovers, bookending James Barrett’s first of the season and Gary Mitchinson’s goal.
Nick Moss was the Pop marksman.
Copmanthorpe were brought crashing down to earth after picking up the notable scalps of Old Malton and Wigginton. They lost 2-1 at Terrington Glory despite Joel Dixon giving them an early lead.
Alex Yates levelled and Danny Bulmer hit a second half winner.
Steve Aconley gave Easingwold a 2-0 lead at York RI, but the hosts won 5-3 with a Lee Powell treble, a Liam Keenaghan penalty and a Dave McNichol goal. Tom Green got a third for the visitors.
Marco Shepherd and Mike McKenzie scored in Dringhouses ’ 3-2 home defeat to Nestlé.
St Clement’s top division one after a second successive win, a 2-1 victory at Amotherby. Danny Adams gave Saints the lead from the spot and, although Andy Phillips restored parity, Kenny Sharman’s goal won it.
Tom Raey earned Pocklington a 1-0 win over Wilberfoss, while a late Liam Burdett equaliser enabled Malton & Norton to draw 1-1 at Hemingbrough, whose scorer was Luke Zacharenko.
Aviva won 4-1 win at Total Sports. Tom Shirley, Adam Osguthorpe, Neil Richards and Dara Duffy netted for Aviva, with Tom Robinson replying.
Tockwith were 2-0 winners over Haxby thanks to a James Neville strike and an own goal.