DUNNINGTON moved to the top of the York Minster Engineering League Premier division on goal difference after a 3-0 win at home to Dringhouses saw them edge ahead of Huntington Rovers in the race for the top division crown.
Robert Chipps, Jonny Andrew and Jimmy Willmoth all made the scoresheet for the home side.
Wigginton Grasshoppers are four points behind the top two after a narrow 3-2 victory over York RI.
The Railway Institute side took the lead after 16 minutes when Danny Gray powered a header past Michael Clancy but Wigginton were level by half-time, a goalmouth scramble resulting in Eddy Clapham forcing the ball over the line.
There were more chances for both sides early in the second half but it was Gray who restored RI's lead on the 58th minute - making no mistake the second time after a good save from Josh Luckhurst who had replaced the injured Clancy in goal.
Clapham struck once again in the 65th minute to restore parity and five minutes later he set up Gary Newton to fire Wigginton into a decisive lead. Both sides continued to attack and only an excellent last ditch tackle from Jordan Holt prevented an almost certain equaliser for RI in the last minute of the game.
Robin Bedford gave Cop the lead early in the first half, but Josh Dinsley cancelled the strike out before the break. Jake Moyse then put the home side 2-1 up from the penalty spot before Bedford added a third following a well-worked passing move.
Osbaldwick gained a hard-earned 3-2 success over an injury hit F1 Racing.
Sam Thompson put Osbaldwick into the lead after 17 minutes but Liam King levelled the scores ten minutes before the interval.
F1 suddenly found themselves 3-1 down after early second half efforts from Tom Wheatland and Mike Hattee gave Osbaldwick an all important two-goal cushion. A Jason McCloud penalty reduced the arrears but, despite Ross Howard hitting the post late on, Osbaldwick held firm as they pulled three points clear of the bottom two.
Tadcaster Magnets continued their recent string of good performances with a 5-1 win over Brooklyn. John Crowley (2), Jordan Willoughby, Andrew Kitchen and Phillip Smith were on target for the home side.
With second placed team Malton & Norton and enjoying a free week, Poppleton closed the gap to four points following a 5-4 win over York St John University. Ben Brannigan bagged four goals and Joe Dale the fifth as the home side edged a thriller.
Tockwith gained three points with a 1-0 win at Sporting Knavesmire to hold onto fourth spot. Heslington strengthened their promotion charge with a 3-1 win over Hemingbrough.
Danny Cates scored early for the home side, who added to their tally in spectacular fashion thanks to great strikes from Dale Holding and Gareth Hirst. Luke Zacharenko replied for 'Brough.