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United stay bottom despite fighting draw
11:50am Wednesday 23rd October 2013 in Football
Newton Athletic 1
Moore United Reserves 1
TWO goals inside four second-half minutes meant Newton and Moore shared the spoils in Division One of the Warrington and District League.
Moore thought they had done enough to drag themselves off the bottom of the table when Liam Edwards slotted them ahead in the 50th minute, but a thunderous header from the hosts three minutes later restored a parity that neither side could break.
Fife Rangers 2
ROBERT Hunt’s four-goal haul propelled Croft to a comfortable home victory against fellow mid-tablers Fife Rangers.
Fife were allowed to get back to 2-2 after a home wobble, but Hunt grabbed another two before Philip Gittens curled in a lovely long-range shot to put the game to bed.
Daten 3rd 2
Halebank Res 2
DATEN remain second in Division Two after a hard-fought draw against struggling Halebank.
Goals from Curtis McGuire and Ian Hall meant Daten were leading 2-1 entering the final stages and though a draw was a fair result, the late equaliser by the visitors frustratingly prevented the hosts from going top of the division.
Daten 4th 1
Monk Sports 5
MONK Sports cut the gap between themselves and Division Five leaders Daten 4th with a resounding away victory, led by a man-of-the-match performance from Tom Riley.
The visitors jumped into a 3-0 lead by half time, Ryan Davies, Riley and Damon Gamble scoring the goals tp put Monks in control.
They consolidated their lead after the restart with a double from Taylor Foy, Riley setting up his first and Tom Warden was involved in a one-two for his second to ensure Duncan Hill’s well-taken strike in the 80th minute was merely a consolation for Daten.
Pex Hill 13
PENKETH continue to struggle in Division Three, demonstrated against the division leaders, a sixth loss in six games The hosts are yet to win a point and it quickly became clear that this week was not going to be one in which they broke their duck.
Pex Hill were comfortable at 6-1 up at half time thanks to Carl Fonterigo, two, Andrew McDonagh, Marc Radley, two, and Warren Hamlett, but goals either side of the break handed Penketh a slight boost.
However, the visitors heaped further misery on the home side through Tootle, three, Fonterigo, two, and Thomas O’Hanlon, two.
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