DUNNINGTON beat Copmanthorpe 4-0 to maintain their seven-point lead at the top of York Minster Engineering Football League reserve 'A'.
Dringhouses, who have two games in hand on the leaders, swept aside Easingwold with a 5-0 victory. Joe Galloway scored a first-half hat-trick, before adding a fourth in the second period. Liam Robertson rounded off the scoring.
Wigginton also gained a 5-0 victory at the expense of Huntington Rovers. Ben Thompson marked his return from injury with a first-half brace, a feat matched by Tom Derbyshire in the second period. Rob Orr then scored the goal of the game from 30 yards.
Haxby United took the scalp of Old Malton St Mary's as the relegation battle began to heat up. Paul Holmes grabbed both Haxby goals in a 2-1 win, Lewis Smith scoring for Malton.
Pocklington hammered newly-crowned reserve 'B' champions Tadcaster Magnets 6-2.
Riccall United virtually made certain of promotion with a 3-1 win over Aviva. Martin Howson (2) and Ryan Griffin got United’s goals, with Ingio Perezza replying.
Joe Conarski scored from a corner for Fulford after just five minutes in their home game against Malton & Norton.
Nathan Dickinson added a second ten minutes later but Malton gained a deserved point through two Si Reeve goals.
Brooklyn were crowned champions of reserve 'C' with three games remaining, after Tom Everitt and Calum Smith scored either side of half-time to give them a 2-0 win over Civil Service.
F1 Racing and Rufforth completed their reserve 'D' seasons, F1 emerging as 2-1 winners over their hosts.
Mark Foster grabbed both goals for F1, with Danny Smith notching for Rufforth.
James Haughian and James Hopwood gave Wilberfoss a 2-0 half-time lead against Cliffe in the reserve 'D' supplementary competition. However, a Nigel Horner second-half double meant that honours ended even.