CHURCH Fenton hit F1 Racing with a knockout sucker punch in the York Minster Engineering League Senior Cup first round.

Visitors F1 dominated much of the tie and led 2-0 with 10 minutes to go, Jona Giordano and Dan Hickey on target.

Further chances had also been and gone, with home keeper Simon Hudson having an outstanding game to keep Fenton in the game.

The hosts then pulled one back via Adam Field as the match neared a close and then levelled five minutes later through Jonah Beecher.

Another good save in the last minute prevented F1 taking the tie, and the home side went on to triumph 5-4 on penalties with Hudson the hero with two good saves to see them through.

Rawcliffe saw off Tockwith 4-2. Henry Wharton put them ahead early on and, although Mario Campagna soon levelled, Niall Smallwood and Simon Wilson gave the hosts a 3-1 advantage, Rob Thackwray reduced the deficit but Dave Stoner killed the game off.

Matthew Tiplady hit a hat-trick as Wigginton Grasshoppers beat Copmanthorpe 5-1.

An early curling strike from Jack Willis put Cop ahead but Tiplady levelled. A spectacular save from the Cop keeper denied Jake Duckworth and the sides remained locked at the interval.

Jamie Willstrop came off the bench midway through the second half and immediately put Wiggy in front, firing home from the edge of the area. Tiplady then bagged two more to complete his treble before Tom Derbyshire was felled in the box after a mazy run, picking himself up to score the penalty..

Scott Collins netted for Tadcaster Magnets but it proved only a consolation as they lost 3-1 at a Thorpe United. Cameron Loftus, Joe Rawcliffe, Sam Lake and an own goal saw Dringhouses win 4-2 at Pocklington Town.

Danny Penrose, Paul Crangle and Dan Davison struck in Osbaldwick's 3-1 defeat of Kirkbymoorside, while Callum Richardson (2), James Anderson, Samson Wildwood and an own goal saw Dunnington beat Easingwold Town 5-1, Edward Tomlinson replying.

Warren Lowe and Jason Hogg hit hat-tricks in Harrison Signs' 8-1 victory at Cliffe. Alex Day and Karl Babaro also netted for Signs with Jack Ward getting the consolation.

Old Malton St Mary's put six past York Railway Institute without reply, the plunder shared between Marcus Godsell (2), Damon Cox, Steve Baxter and man-of-the-match Grant Bulmer.

Huntington Rovers beat Brooklyn 6-3 thanks to goals by man-of-the-match Jon James (2), George Brown (2), Lee Bunce and Josh Whaite.

Division four outfit Pollington caused the shock of the round in the Junior Cup, defeating Civil Service 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.

Declan Richardson had put the division two side in front but Jordan Lissenberg's equaliser saw the tie go to spot kicks.

Huby United also needed penalties to see off Heworth after a goalless draw.

Josh Winn, Kieran Harris and Dan Clipston bagged braces in Haxby's 8-1 mauling of Selby Olympia. Dave Fell and Adam Chaplin also made the scoresheet.

Malt Shovel went three better, gaining an 11-1 win at Clifford. Jake Raistrick (3), Deacon Higgs (2), Chris Harkin, Ryan Glover, Charlie Harvey, Nick Redgrave, Mark Harrison and Declan Coulthard all found the net.

Jordan Siswick and Will Etty (2) struck for Elm Park at Stamford Bridge but the home side won 5-3 thanks to strikes by Pipe, Upton, Rank, Harvey and Cooper.

Gary Goodwin came off the bench to hit two consolation goals in Stillington's 5-2 defeat by visiting Cawood.

James Smith scored the only goal to send Wheldrake through against Huntington. Dave McNichol fired a hat-trick in Rufforth's 8-1 win over Heslington. Phil Martin, Liam Keenaghan, Adam Brooke, Brodie Docherty and Danny Cates also struck.

Alan Goforth likewise bagged a treble in Swinton's 6-3 win at St Clement's, while Bishopthorpe United were 4-2 winners over LNER Builders.