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Dunnington's title defence starts with five-star show
10:35am Monday 24th September 2012 in Sport
Dunnington began their defence of their reserve ‘A’ title with a 5-1 win at York RI.
Alex Horseman gave Huntington a first-half lead but Matty Baker struck twice early in the second half to put Cop in front before Stu Aughton converted a penalty to extend their lead before a late Gareth Hirst reply.
Two out of the three games in reserve ‘B’ finished all-square.
A second-half equaliser by James Mackie earned Bishopthorpe a 1-1 draw at home to Amotherby after Joe Horn had earlier given Amotherby the lead.
Nick Daniells hit a hat-trick for Pocklington in their 4-4 draw with Easingwold, John Parsons completed the Pock tally with Gary Raper (2) Andrew Metcalfe senior and Richard Henley replying.
After a blank first half, Callum Holmes and Wayne Hazell netted for the Ryedale side with Tom Hill pulling a late goal back for Foss.
Poppleton began their campaign with a 5-1 home win over Stamford Bridge with goals from Danny Barrett (2), Rob Forester, John Romans and Dan Downey. Matt Free replied.
Rowntrees broke away from 3-3 at the break to hammer Hemingbrough 7-3.
Dan Marshall hit a hat-trick for Trees to add to strikes from Eric Balderstone, Shaun Stewart. Matty Carlton and James Hagen. Ricki Hutton, Andy Davis and Darryl Tate scored for ’Brough.
Selby RSSC trailed three times at Tockwith before eventually winning 6-3 with goals from Oliver Taggert, Mark Dickenson and Gary Howden (2) and Kyle Pool (2). Ben Tobin and Simon Lewis twice had earlier put Tockwith in front.
In reserve ‘D’, Civil Service, with goals from Gareth Strain (2) Mark Lund, Matt Varley and Craig Coates defeated Tadcaster Town 5-2.
F1 Racing trailed to first-half goals from Tom Anderson and Calvin Steele at home to Wheldrake but turned it round to win 6-2 with two goals from Garry Young and four from George Trifan.
Despite a defiant display from Huby ‘keeper James Green, they lost 4-3 to Crayke.
They led 3-1 with goals from Tom Horner (2) and Darren Outerson, but Crayke rallied in the second half with goals from Mark Parrish, Glen Forrester, Carl Slater (2), his seciond five minutes from time.