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Dunnington FC beat Easingwold Town 5-0
The pacesetters had little difficulty in extending their unbeaten run to 16 games – and their lead at the top of the table to four points.
Jimmy Willmoth started the ball rolling with the opener and, before the break, Scott Stewart and Tom Matthews increased the lead to 3-0.
In the second half, Stewart netted his second of the game and Johnny Andrew completed the rout.
This is the third time in five meetings Dunnington have hit five goals past Easingwold.
Robin Bedford scored a goal in each half to earn Cop a 2-0 away victory.
Old Malton needed a last-minute goal from Rob Baker to secure a second successive draw as they were held 3-3 at home by Terrington Glory.
Mikey Brown gave the visitors an early lead which was cancelled out before the break by Scott Preston.
Dan Fogg, scoring for the fourth game on the trot, then put Old Malton in front, but Brown hit his second of the game before Jordan Grose made it 3-2 to the visitors.
The spoils were shared when Baker levelled deep into injury time, but Terrington are still unbeaten on their last 11 trips.
James Barrett and Louis Blackwell shared the Selby goals, with Alex Janes and Jon Beech replying for the hosts.
Dave Watson and Craig McShane were on target for ’Houses.
Rowntrees were beaten 3-2 at home by York RI. Stu Nichol gave RI an early advantage but, before the interval, parity was restored courtesy of a Chris Horwell penalty.
Luke Laverack gave the home side the lead just before the hour mark, but Lee Powell levelled and Darren Sellars secured a third away win on the trot for RI with a goal eight minutes from time.
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