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Tom Metcalfe gets it spot on as Wigginton Grasshoppers stay ahead of chasing pack
Tom Metcalfe struck twice from the penalty spot, while Eddie Clapham and Craig Huggins completed the Grasshoppers tally.
Joe Gallaway equalised Cop’s opener from Matty Baker, before Baker hit his second and Stu Aughton, Stephen Purdy and Matty Bastock also found the net.
Four late goals helped Riccall to a 5-1 win over visitors Haxby United.
Lawrence Walsh, Darren Davis, Jim Darlison (2) and Trevor Robinson bagged for the hosts, while Nathan Green replied.
Fulford suffered their first defeat in reserve ‘B’, going down 3-2 at York St John despite leading with goals from Mark Ratcliffe and a bizarre long punt from ’keeper Callum Atkinson.
The students levelled with goals by James Peavoy and James Long and Sam Burton sealed St John’s first win of the season late in the game.
Easingwold are the new leaders after a 2-1 win at Bishopthorpe.
Bobby Taylor netted for Bish and goals from Tom Everatt and Callum Dunning earned Amotherby a 2-2 draw with Heslington.
Rowntrees striker Dan Marshall hit four goals but finished on the losing side at Tockwith in reserve ‘C’.
Simon Lewis, Andy Walker, Dean Poulter and Graham Hutchinson earned Tockwith a 5-4 win.
Thorpe recorded their first win of the season, beating Stamford Bridge 4-2. Jamie Broughton and Bryon Summers shared the Thorpe goals, with Bobby Templeton hitting both for the visitors.
A hat-trick apiece for Steve Johnstone and Matty Bilham helped new leaders Crayke maintain their 100 per cent record with a 6-2 win at Tadcaster Town in reserve ‘D’.
Lee Quickmire and Keith Hunter scored for the Town.
Civil Service were 3-2 home winners over St Clement’s.
Ross Dixon, Gareth Strain and Tom Campbell were on the home scoresheet, while John Dale hit both goals for Saints. Wheldrake beat Bishop Wilton 3-2, with 16-year-olds Calvin Steel (2) and Campbell Thompson on target.
Alex Gould netted twice in reply.
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