HOTSHOTS: Hall Road Rangers squeeze home at North Ferriby
HALL Road Rangers came back twice from behind to eventually win 3-2 against North Ferriby at a cold and windy Swanland playing fields in the under-13s Myton League.
Ferriby took an early lead when James Tullett's clearing header found Jake Martindale whose shot hit the woodwork and Henry Foster followed up.
Both teams exchanged chances with Billy Rhodes going close for Ferriby, and Hall Road having two shots wide.
Hall Road had a great chance to equalise but the ball rolled in front of goal and their forward missed the ball.
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Five minutes later, Hall Road got their equaliser from the edge of the box.
In the second half, Hall Road shot over from close range.
Five minutes later, Ferriby went back in front when a Rhodes free-kick wasn't cleared and Martindale scrambled the ball home.
One chance each was created before Hall Road got a second equaliser from a free-kick that was clinically finished with 10 minutes remaining.
Four minutes later, Hall Road were in front for the first time with another well-taken shot.
Both teams still went for it, with Ferriby's Foster going close, Hall Road hit the cross bar, and Ferriby keeper Joseph Fenwick made a point-blank save just before the end.
EAST Hull Rangers dominated a match played out in difficult windy conditions to beat Rockford Rangers 11-1 in the Wyke League.
The home side stormed into a three-goal lead within 10 minutes, all converted with aplomb by in-form man-of-the-match Alex Kellington.
Further strikes by Jacob Filby and George De-Vries carried East Hull into a five-goal advantage at half-time.
The second half saw Rockford hitting East Hull on the break, sliding a well-deserved goal past East Hull keeper Luke Rutter.
Although Rockford continued to offer a spirited resistance East Hull ran in a further six goals without reply.
Striker Kellington earned a seven-goal personal haul, De-Vries scored another and left winger Wes Murray scored a scintillating solo strike from 25 yards.
COTTINGHAM Rangers Whites beat Cherry Burton 3-2 in the Drypool League.
Cherry took the lead with a well-taken goal.
Cottingham equalised after a corner kick was headed away and fell to Bradley Collingwood whose shot bounced over the keeper.
Cottingham got a second when Dominic Bordas beat the offside trap to rifle home.
Cherry equalised soon after but Cottingham regained the lead when a great through ball reached Hayden Fraser whose shot from outside the area just dipped under the bar.
In the second half, both sides had chances and it was an exciting close half of football.
SOUTH Cave just don't seem to have had the rub of the green in recent weeks and so it proved again as they drew 2-2 in a tense encounter with Bridlington Rangers Dragons.
With a stiff, icy wind blowing across the playing surface, both teams found it hard to play free-flowing football but, as in previous encounters, South Cave dominated the opening procedures. They were unlucky not to open their account early on when Will Gibson was denied by a great save from the Bridlington keeper.
However, Bridlington went ahead thanks to a breakaway goal. They soon added to their tally to make it 2-0.
They could have put the game out of sight but Cave goalkeeper Cameron Jessop denied them with an outstanding save.
With Tom Brown resolute in defence and Felix Nye sweeping up at the back, Cave hung on to their chances of a result.
In the second half, the Cavemen came out with renewed vigour, and it wasn't long before George Brown slotted home after his original shot was parried by the keeper.
An equaliser seemed unlikely midway through the second half for Cave, as Bridlington came ever closer to putting the game to bed, but Jessop again kept Cave in the game.
It wasn't until the last 10 minutes of the second half that Cave got on level terms.
A low corner from George Brown ran through the Bridlington defence, and was presented on a silver platter for Will Gibson at the far post and he silenced the Dragons faithful with a clinical finish.