POCKLINGTON Town made it two wins from two in division one of the York Minster Engineering League after coming from behind to register a 4-1 success at Cliffe after

Isaac Leach had given the hosts the lead.

Two goals from Dale Holding gave Rawcliffe their first victory of the season – a hard-fought 2-1 win over Harrison Signs, for whom Jason Hogg netted.

Josh Brigham and Patrick Conlan were both at the double for Riccall United in a 4-3 victory over Brooklyn, while Tockwith started their campaign brightly with a 3-2 defeat of Wilberfoss.

Kirkbymoorside could not make the most of their early chances at home to Easingwold and found themselves reduced to ten men after just 20 minutes following the dismissal of Jonny Brown.

Easingwold came back into the game and were unlucky not to take the lead when Jermaine Tansey made a fantastic goal-line clearance to maintain the deadlock.

In the second half, the Moorsiders' pressing was finally rewarded in the 70th minute when David Gardner's powerful header converted Keelan Simpson's corner.

Honours were shared, however, when a half-chance from the edge of the box found its way into the goal to earn Easingwold a 1-1 draw and a point.

A Lloyd Crawford goal proved all that Civil Service had to cheer as they suffered a 4-1 setback at Haxby Town, who made it two wins out of two as they set the pace at the top of the third tier.

Dan Marshall hit four goals for Heworth in their 5-2 triumph at Bishopthorpe, while Ashley Hope also struck for the visitors.

Bubwith White Swan produced an outstanding display to register a 4-0 win over Selby Olympia, Will Nicholson bagging a hat-trick for the hosts, with Jamie Sedman also netting.

Rhys Turbine netted a brace for Fulford as they defeated The Raj 2-1.

The first division four table of the season is topped by Elm Park after their free-scoring 7-2 success over Wheldrake.

Jordan Siswick (2), Amos Laverack (2), Nathan Wright, Josh Hatton and Will Etty all hit the target for the home side, with James Smith scoring both of the visitors' goals.

Stillington Sports & Social Club got off to an excellent start with double strikes from Brandon Carrick and Paul Holmes gaining them a 4-1 win at LNER Builders.

Huntington FC defeated St Clements 3-1, with Pollington and Swinton securing a point apiece from their 2-2 draw.

* Corey Littlefield came off the bench to score four goals for Reserve Division A leaders Thorpe United as they gained a 7-1 success at Hemingbrough, with Jay Smyth (2) and Tom Knight also netting.

Wigginton Grasshoppers sit second after a 4-0 win at Easingwold, thanks to goals from Steve Jarvis, Tom Kite and James Sutton (2).

Pocklington Town also made it two wins out of two with a 1-0 triumph over Copmanthorpe.

Old Malton St Mary's took the derby spoils in a 2-1 win over Malton & Norton, while Dunnington and Church Fenton played out a 2-2 draw.

In Reserve Division B, a closely-fought game between Dringhouses and Haxby Town went the way of the visitors, thanks to a match-winning goal from evergreen veteran, substitute Dave Thompson.

Tom Hawksby and Dave Watson had earlier scored for Dringhouses, with Billy Lindsell and George Rhodes being the other Haxby scorers in their 3-2 win.

F1 Racing gained a comfortable 6-1 win over Bishopthorpe United, with Dan Hickey (4), Paul Bentley and Ben Calverley firing the New Earswick-based side to success.

Poppleton United left Tadcaster Magnets with the points following a 5-1 triumph, while Chris Campbell converted a Sam Thompson cross to earn Osbaldwick a point in a 1-1 draw with Tockwith.

Stamford Bridge had Dan Litherland (2) and Will Wood to thank for their goals after a 3-1 win over Malt Shovel, while Connor Larner (2) and Ryan Davison netted for York RI as they defeated Brooklyn by the same score.

Matt Jackson gave Civil Service the lead at Fulford, only to see his effort cancelled out by a Luke Murray goal.

Late goals from Louis Duffield and Jon Crowe saw Service victorious.

Callum Pattison bagged a brace for Rufforth as they edged a seven-goal thriller over Cliffe. James Ford and Sontaya Phabpho were also on target for the hosts, with Cal Petch, Dan Smith and Paulo Pavesi replying.