DIVISION three leaders Sporting Knavesmire kept up the pace with a 4-1 win over Civil Service.

The goals came from Ali Brown, Tom Williams, James Windle and an own goal, though Windle was dismissed late on. Dan Craig hit the Service consolation.

Ouseburn stayed in touch with a 2-1 win at home to York Acorn.

Chris Ellerker bagged for Acorn.

Bishop Wilton leapfrogged Stamford Bridge after an impressive 4-0 away win over the same team.

Tom Knowles struck twice, ably supported by goals from Darren Woodhead and Jason Nattrass.

Rufforth United enjoyed a 4-0 win over Huby United thanks to goals from Lee Bartlett, Steve Gagen, Rob Murphy and Jack Crowland.

Mark Paris scored for Crayke to ensure they went in 1-1 at half-time with Selby Olympia but, despite Luke Bilham giving the home side a 2-1 lead, it was the Selby side who emerged as last minute 3-2 winners.

Ryan Taylor, Keenan Brewins and Robert Harris struck Olympia’s goals.

Kirkbymoorside made it 12 wins out of 12 in division four but they were pushed all the way by a resolute Moor Lane side.

Kirkby took the lead early on only for David Dawson to level.

The visitors regained the lead just before the break and a ’keeping error led to a third goal.

Andrew Kenyon reduced the deficit before Kirkby scored their fourth.

Gavin Harford made it 4-3 and Moor Lane missed a golden chance to equalise before Kirkbymoorside hit their fifth from the penalty spot.