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Leaders Dunnington beat Dringhouses 5-1
Josh Tattersall scored twice in the first half for the hosts and, although Craig McShane pulled a goal back for Dringhouses, the win was confirmed with second half goals by Grant Bulmer, Luke Dove and Tom Richards, from the penalty spot.
Second-placed Wigginton left it late to seal a 3-2 win at home to Riccall.
Scott Stewart gave the home side the lead after six minutes, but Chris Jackson equalised six minutes before the break.
Wayne Brook then put Riccall in front but the lead lasted only three minutes as Josh Hutchinson levelled.
Wigginton’s first top flight win over Riccall was assured by Kev Butler’s goal three minutes into added time.
Neil Holmes’ early goal for Rovers was cancelled out by John-Pierre Grenier before Gary Newton settled the game from the penalty spot. Old Malton lost ground on the leading trio after they were held to a 4-4 draw at much-improved York St John University.
Damon Cox put the Ryedale side in front but two goals in as many minutes from Tom Hairyes saw the students leading before Scott Preston restored parity from the penalty spot.
After the break, a Danny Fogg goal was cancelled out by Harry Hewson.
A second penalty from Preston appeared to have won it for Old Malton, but Hairyes completed his hat-trick with a late goal.
Copmanthorpe, staging their first home league game of the season, beat Easingwold 3-0.
Oliver Bird and Chris Storey struck in the first half, with Mark Featherstone netting after the break. Alex Yates hit a hat-trick as Terrington Glory beat Hamilton Panthers 5-0.
Dave Bradshaw and Ben Richardson completed the scoring. Pocklington Town missed out on the chance to go top of division one as they lost at home to St Clement’s.
Pock had not conceded a goal all season but Saints surprised their hosts with two goals in the first eight minutes on their way to a 3-0 win. Lewis Bootland (2) and Liam King were the goalscorers.
Malton & Norton drew 3-3 at Amotherby after some late penalty drama.
Malton led 3-1 at the break courtesy of a Marcus Godsell hat-trick.
Amotherby had earlier taken the lead through Matthew Webster, with Andy Philips reducing the arrears in the second half. With two minutes remaining Amotherby missed a penalty, but within a minute they were awarded a second penalty which Webster tucked away. Hemingbrough recorded their first win of the season, goals from Craig Haythorne, Jamie Wheeler, Luke Zacharenko and Tom Collins earning a 4-0 success at Haxby.
Wilberfoss are still looking for their first win after a 2-2 draw with Total Sports.
Brothers Matt and Dave Burrows gave ’Foss a half-time advantage but Ben Brannigan converted a second half penalty to add to an earlier Danny Walton effort.
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