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Good day Wednesday

It turned out to be quite a miserable weekend for Yorkshire’s footballing contingent as only Sheffield Wednesday managed a victory over the weekend.

The Owls picked up an amazing 3-2 win over Norwich City at Hillsborough thanks to goals from Tony McMahon, Leon Clarke and Marcus Tudgay.

Middlesbrough and Hull City both played out draws against Newcastle and Stoke City respectively whilst Sheffield United and Doncaster also drew.

Barnsley slipped to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of fellow strugglers Nottingham Forest.

In the Conference York City snatched a point from Salisbury in a 1-1 draw thanks to a 83rd minute strike from Richard Brodie.

There was a massive shock in the FA Cup as Leeds United became victims of a giant killing at the hands of Histon in a 1-0 defeat whilst Bradford City were knocked out by League 1 outfit Leyton Orient 2-1 at the Coral Windows Stadium.

Remembering that only league results effect the Yorkshire Super League this weekends results see Sheffield Wednesday climb a couple of places to 4th and despite Doncaster’s recent run of form they remain stranded to the foot of the table.

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