KING William beat Middlesbrough side Park End 6-2 to book their place in the quarter-finals of the North Riding County Cup.
The York Sunday Morning Football League side opened the scoring on three minutes when Danny Leach latched on to ’keeper Ben Sheehan’s long kick and headed into the net.
Mitchell Carter made it 2-0 six minutes later and it was 4-1 at the break after goals from George Bissett and Leach.
Luke Hall dribbled round the ’keeper to score the fifth on 54 minutes and he produced a carbon copy on 68 minutes, before Park End pulled a goal back.
Acomb Celtic spurned the chance to close the gap on leaders King William when they went down 2-0 at Enterprise in division one.
Tadcaster Albion striker Carl Stewart bagged both goals.
Derwent United’s 6-2 win over Haxby Lions moved them eight points clear at the top of division two.
Robbie Baker, Kevin Oxendale, Kingsley Daffern (2), Marcus Godsall and Sam Hall were United’s scorers, with Tom Kilvington and Paul Jacobs replying.
Leeman United are second on goal difference after beating Beeswing 4-1 with goals from Danny Coulson (2), Neil Hartley and Craig Maxwell.
Two goals from Craig Hodgson and Guy May earned Bubwith Nomads a 3-1 win over York Medics, whose marksman was Greg Chambers.
Marcia Grey eased their relegation fears with a 2-1 win at basement side Hemingbrough. Nick Brooks put the hosts in front at half-time, but Carl Massingham and Nick McBride won it for Marcia.
York Five Lions head division three on goal difference from Albion Vaults after thumping Brayton 5-0. Will Moore netted a hat-trick and Sean Stockdale got two.
Chris Coxon (3) and Daniel Tame struck for Albion Vaults in a 4-1 win over visitors York RI. Dale Holding responded for the visitors.
Marcia’s goals came from Sam Cowley (2), Simon Starkey and Martin Charlton, Olympia replying through George Wojcik (2) and Domonic Welsh.
Division four table-toppers Britannia Tadcaster trailed 2-0 at the break to Selby Railway, but won 4-2 thanks to a hat-trick from Adam Simieonedes and a James Burton goal.
Railway’s first-half scorers were Kevin Weston and James Hanson.
Third-placed Tadcaster Magnets hammered Eggborough Rangers 9-0, with Kingsley Wetherald grabbing a hat-trick, while there were also three goals for Kevin Martin in New Earswick’s 7-0 win over York Phoenix.