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Skelton hit for six as Huntington Rovers pull off big cup shock
Chris Dyson ht a hat-trick for the underdogs, with Danny Franks, Arron Rose and Joe Davison also netting.
Prolific scorer Carl Stewart hit six in Enterprise’s 9-2 win at Marcia Grey. He gave his side a 3-0 half-time lead and bagged another treble before Marcia hit back with a penalty from Paul Harris and a Chris Murcutt strike. The fightback was short-lived as Matty Brown (2) and Paul Bentley sealed the win.
Louis Blackwell grabbed all five goals in FC Barlby’s 5-4 win over York Medics. The visitors, who hit back through Matty Fortnam (2), Stuart Brown and Lewis Warnock, could have sent the tie into extra time but Barlby ’keeper Dave Laverack saved a penalty.
Marcia Bishopthorpe striker Stuart Dickinson also hit five but found himself on the losing team in an 8-5 loss at York RI, for whom Dale Holding and Jake Moyse hit hat-tricks with Ben Hodgson and Steven Rice also on target.
Darren Rollinson was another hat-trick man as Hounds hit Bubwith 6-0, Jon Page (2) and Rich Gladwell also scoring.
Acomb Celtic breezed through as 9-1 winners over Selby Railway thanks to a Lee Powell treble plus braces from Neil Richardson and sub Ian Rankeil-lor. Mike O’Shaughnessy and Cameron Sanderson completed their scoring, Josh Knowles netting a late consolation.
Bubwith Nomad’s Craig Rowden gave his side a first minute lead at Wigginton Grassshoppers, but Graham Ireton levelled by the break.
A stunning goal from Guy May from half-way put Nomads ahead again but Ireton again equalised. Terry Taylor then put the hosts 3-2 up and, although Bubwith levelled through Rowden with 15 minutes left, Matty Tiplady scored from 18 yards to send Hoppers through.
Albion Vaults, through Dave Hullah (2), Chris Coxon and Dave Reasbeck, saw off local rivals Brayton 4-0.
Tadcaster Magnets hit the woodwork three times against Derwent United before the visitors scored twice through Dan Fog, his first a penalty, to win 2-0.
Drax beat Selby Olympia 3-1. Neil Harrison and James Barrett sent them on their way, and although Olympia set up a tense last five minutes when Jon Cox made it 2-1, Jordan Bradshaw’s breakaway goal sealed the result.
Haxby Lions, with a treble from Tom Beattie plus strikes by Nathan Greene and Paul Scaife, beat York Nomads 5-3, Chris Bilton (2) and Liam Wingfield got the replies.
Leeman United with first-half goals from Jamie Dawe, Craig Fletcher and Jamie Moore, beat Beeswing 3-2, Myron Turbine and Callum McKenzie replying in the second half.
NUR were 9-2 winners over Shoulder of Mutton thanks to hat-tricks from Matty Rockett, Danny Cotton plus efforts from Sam Jackson and the Burnitt brothers Jordan and Matty.
First division pace-setters King William made it five wins out of five in the league by beating visitors Dunnington 4-1.
Simon Castle gave Dunnington a fifth-minute lead, but George Bissett levelled before the break and two goals in two minutes from King’s Mark Willoughby and Neil Ducey were supplemented by sub Matty Bastock’s strike.
Adam Simeonides led the way with six goals while Gavin Evans hit five, as Tadcaster Britannia humiliated basement side York Phoenix 15-1. Jordan Willoughby (2), Jonathon Sebine and James Burton also netted. Rob Martin got the reply.