Rhyl Sunday League: Rugby Sports facing action.
RHYL Rugby Sports, who took over top spot in the table with a 6-2 win at Scruples, face disciplinary action by the Rhyl District Sunday League.
The club has been charged with bringing the league into disrepute and a hearing is to be held to deal with the matter within a fortnight. No details of the nature of the alleged offence have yet been revealed.
On the field Rugby Sports raced into a 3-0 interval lead with goals from Iwan Stephens (2) and Ashley Lee.
Scruples hit back through Terry Jones and Alan Hughes but Stephens completed his hat-trick followed by further strikes from John Bamber and Lee.
The George are second on goal difference after a 6-1 success at Kinmel Bay who trailed 3-0 at half time. Rob Wright fired a hat-trick with Alan Winstanley (2) and Dean Owen adding the rest, Mark Hughes replying.
Meliden moved up to third place with a 3-1 home win over Overtown Club while champions Evertonians go fourth following their thrilling 4-3 victory at Rhyl Academicals.
Bottom-of-the-table Accies led 3-2 at the break thanks to Mike Taylor, Paul Banks and Tom Williams with Andy Thomas responding. But in a second-half rally Evertonians turned the tables through Andy Williams, Thomas again with a penalty and Darren Webb, who snatched an injurytime winner.
The Bodunig pulled off a surprise 4-2 win at Magpie and Stump, who drop from third to fifth. Anthony Smith gave the visitors a flying start with a goal after just 22 seconds and they were 3-0 ahead at half time through Phil Griffiths and Bryn Jones. Mark Goldsmith added a fourth before Phil Goodwin and Steve Taylor replied for Magpie.
Queen Victoria came from 2-0 behind at the break to beat Bodelwyddan Ty Fry 4-2. Steve Richardson and Lee Cooper put Ty Fry in control but goals from Roger Dunster, Andy Bailey and Eifion Hughes (2) transformed the game for Queen Vic.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Nov 6, 2002|
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