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King William open gap at top of Sunday Morning Football League
Gary Newton fired the opener in the 28th minute, but, pushed hard by their resilient visioters, the leaders only confirmed the points with an 82nd-minute strike from Matty Bastock, pictured right.
Trailing 2-0 at half-time to hosts Severus, Dunnington hit back with goals from Josh Tattersall, Matty Playle, Simon Castle, Dan Barrett and Rob Hart to triumph.
Division two front-runners York Medics beat Marcia Grey 3-1 with a Stuart Brown brace and Luke Thornton goal. Rich Kendall replied.
Derwent United moved into second after a 7-3 win at Hemingbrough, where Danny Fogg hit four goals, the rest shared between Paul Holder, Damon Cox and Marcus Gosim. Jamie Wheeler, Neil Darley and Luke Zacharenko netted for Hemingbrough.
James Barrett bagged six goals in Leeman United’s 7-1 win over Haxby Lions, Liam Stilgoe the other scorer, while Lions’ lone reply was by Tom Beattie.
Division three leaders Huntington Rovers countered from a 2-0 deficit to York RI, whose Ben Hodgson and John Colinger breached the visitors’ defence, to triumph 7-2. Chris Dyson (3), Danny Franks (2), Chris Johnson and Arron Rose were the marksmen.
Brayton enjoyed a comfortable 5-1 win at Bishopthorpe United thanks to a brace of goals from Matty Curotto and solo efforts by Rob Guest, Lewis Chappell and Dale Holt. Andy Manns bagged the reply.
It was another goal fest in division four, where free-scoring table-toppers Britannia Tadcaster carved apart Shoulder of Mutton 21-0. On target were Adam Simeonides (7), James Burton (3), Andy Simpson (3), Joe Smyth (2), Josh Tinker (2), Jon Sebine (2), Steve Davis and Chris Duffield.
Barlby were another high-scoring side when they battered York Phoenix 16-0. Louis Blackwell top-scored with seven goals, followed by Rob Baker with four, a hat-trick from Marco Puliga and lone strikes by Thomas Wright and Sean Smith.
Second-placed NUR beat F3 6-2 with braces from Nicky Fletcher and Daniel Cotton, plus a Liam Waite strike and an own goal.
Eggborough Rangers came from behind three times to beat derby rivals Drax 4-3 and claim their first win of the season.
Niall McEvoy led the way with a hat-trick, supplemented by a goal from John Nurden. The Drax replies were shared between Steve Cannon, Ian Blythan and Stuart Harrison.
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