THE chasing pack moved three points closer to York Minster Engineering Football League division three leaders Bishop Wilton.

While Bishop Wilton were without a fixture, Barmby Moor moved into a second place on goal difference after an 8-0 thrashing of struggling Crayke.

Their tally was shared between Chris Tatterton (2), Will Nicholson, Simon Houlder, Jamie Sedman, Curtis Brooke, Andrew Palfreyman and Alex Downey.

F1 Racing slipped down to third despite a 3-1 win at Ouseburn. Richard Dwight gave the home side an early lead but Neil Yeowart levelled before the break. George Trifan, scoring for the sixth consecutive game, put F1 in front and the win was confirmed as Yeowart hit his second.

Fourth-placed Civil Service trailed to an early Selby Olympia goal but won 2-1 thanks to Craig Theaker and Chris Smith.

Rufforth and Elvington drew 4-4. Daniel Whitcombe, Connor Hares, James Everard and Steve Gagen bagged for Rufforth, with Neil Alexander, Ben Small, Tim Carrington and Sam Martin responding.

Division four leaders York Acorn came from 2-1 down to win 8-2 at Wheldrake.

Half the tally came from Leigh Dutton, while brother Andy Dutton weighed in with a brace to add to a goal each for Lee Jacobs and Jordan Pearce.

LNER Builders kept their promotion hopes alive with a 4-2 win at Moor Lane.

Nathan Berry gave the hosts the lead after only five minutes but, in a 20-minute spell, the visitors hit three goals.

James Shaw reduced the arrears before the break, but Builders got a fourth goal three minutes from time.

Melbourne registered their first home win in a year, beating Huntington 1-0.