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Wigginton Grasshoppers caught on the hop at the death
10:00am Monday 1st October 2012 in Sport
Grasshoppers had cancelled out James Barrett’s 20-yard free-kick for visiting Huntington Rovers just before the break with a goal from Luke Roberts.
But Grasshoppers then exited the first round to a last minute winner by James Edmonds who headed in as Rovers hit the home side on the break.
On target for Selby were Oliver Taggart (2), Tim Jewitt, John Page and Rob Friar.
York St John’s University routed Rowntree 4-0 led by a Tom Hairs’ hat-trick and a lone Harry Hewson goal.
The FA Saturday Junior Cup produced the day’s most emphatic triumph.
Hosts Barmby Moor routed Rufforth United Reserves 17-0 with four goals from Andrew Palfreyman, three each for Chris Tatterton and Curtis Barker, two own goals and solo strikes apiece for Nesbitt, Holder, Hodgson, Nicholson and Gibson.
Strensall Reserves beat Melbourne 6-1 with four goals from Jamie Lawrence and one each from Martin Stone and Jason Heslop.
Fulford Reserves also scored six with a brace from Stephen Cooper supplemented by efforts by Richardson, Konarski, Ratcliffe and Gordon. Rawcliffe went one better to hammer homesters Heworth 7-0. Ricky Hunter hit a hat-trick with Tom Botterill (2), Danny Coulson and Paul Branscombe on target.
Dunnington Reserves followed up their preliminary round win at Copmanthorpe Reserves with a 4-0 success over Huntington FC with goals from Josh Martin, Andy Rose, Simon Castle and a Ross Wilkinson penalty. Rick Hutton of Hemingbrough United Reserves secured his hat-trick to underpin a 3-2 conquest of Riccall Utd Reserves after extra time.
Five different scorers were on target as Church Fenton White Horse Reserves beat LNER Builders 5-1 with goals from Jones, Parnaby, Hesling, Hudson and a defender.