SOUTH Milford completed their York Minster Engineering Football League division four campaign with a 3-1 win at Huntington.
Selby Town Reserves also gained three points from their last match of the season with a 7-0 rout of Jorvik Blades.
Kieran Dinsdale, Graham Stewart, Jordan Leybourne, Elliot Precious (2), Tommy Butterfield and Matthew Cooper found the target for Selby.
All-conquering Dunnington made it four reserve ‘A’ titles on the bounce with a 4-1 win over Easingwold Town.
Andy Rose (2), Jacob Hall and Jimmy Wilmoth hit the league-winning goals.
Runners-up Dringhouses led Copmanthorpe by two Joe Galloway goals at half-time.
Ben Sykes pulled one back for the home side but a Sam Lake strike wrapped up a 3-1 win for the visitors.
Danny Cates and Brodie Doherty scored for York RI in their 2-0 win over Huntington Rovers.
Church Fenton White Horse and Old Malton St Mary’s claimed a point apiece from a 3-3 draw. James McLoughlon (2) and Dean Leadill grabbed the Malton goals.
In the League Junior Cup semi-final, Fulford led Cliffe at the interval courtesy of a Guy Codie goal. However, two close range strikes from Andy Addison and a late Tom Hogg goal saw Cliffe advance to the final, where they will face South Milford.