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Wigginton Grasshoppers go two points clear
Lee McQuade scored for the sixth successive game after he put Wigginton in front at home to Poppleton after only 14 minutes. Josh Hutchinson doubled their lead before McQuade completed his brace in a 3-0 win.
Dunnington dropped their first points of the season after they were held 1-1 at home to Terrington.
Scott Sullivan, with his ninth goal in four games, gave the hosts the lead but Ben Richardson ensured Terrington’s unbeaten run extended into double figures with a late equaliser.
Huntington Rovers came a cropper at home to York RI for the second successive season despite James Edmund giving them an early lead.
The visitors soon hit back and before the break goals from Dave McNichol (2) and Lee Powell (2) put RI well in control.
Gary Mitchinson reduced the deficit early into the second period but RI added further goals from Mark Woodward and Neil Hartley to win 6-2. Dringhouses ended a run of three games without a win when beating Copmanthorpe 2-1.
A John Patrick free-kick separated the sides at the break in Cop’s favour before Javier Shepherd levelled and Dave Watson’s superb goal won it for Dringhouses.
Easingwold recorded their first home draw in 37 games as they drew 3-3 with Selby RSSC.
Three times Easingwold led through Simon Webster, an own goal and a strike from Andrew Metcalfe junior.
But the Selby side replied through John-Pierre Grenier, an own goal and James Barrett as well as rattling the woodwork no fewer than four times.
York St John recorded their first win of the season, ousting hosts Hamilton Panthers 3-1.
Harry Hewson, James Long and Jacob Noble were on target for the students with Adam Fishwick replying for Panthers, who are without a win in 14 matches.
Riccall trailed to a Luke Laverack goal at the interval on their visit to Nestlé Rowntree but second-half goals from Rom Littlewood, Andy Addison and Wayne Brooke secured a 3-1 win for Riccall.
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