OLD Malton St Mary's moved to the top of the York Minster Engineering League premier division thanks to a superb 3-1 victory over title rivals Huntington Rovers.

The home side trailed to a Steve Jarman strike at the break but came back strongly in the second half to record a trio of second-half strikes to secure the points, and put them on track to regaining the league crown.

In another key clash, defending champions Wigginton Grasshoppers drew 1-1 with Dunnington in a closely fought game at Common Road.

Both sides had several chances to take the lead in the first half but Josh Archer and Michael Clancy in opposing goals produced excellent saves to keep the game scoreless.

The deadlock was broken 10 minutes into the second half when Angus Richardson produced some sublime skill and an excellent curling finish to put the hosts in front.

However, their lead did not last long, Neal Holmes rifling home from 20 yards to level the scores and earn his team a point.

Copmanthorpe produced a shock result, inflicting a 3-1 defeat on the previously unbeaten Church Fenton.

Lee Bannister and Ellis Stephenson (2) notched the goals for the home side.

Cameron Sanderson (2) and Matthew Mulhearn fired Dringhouses into a 3-0 half-time lead against Poppleton before Joe Rawcliffe increased their advantage after the interval. Poppleton hit a late consolation but by then the contest was over.

F1 Racing led Sporting Knavesmire through a Chris Dempsey strike at the close of the opening half.

Four more goals came after the break with Dempsey completing his hat-trick, and George Trifan and Tich Mashumba also making the scoresheet.

Osbaldwick had to wait until the last minute to secure the points from their game at Malton & Norton, Harry Sheppeard heading home to make it 3-2 as the final whistle sounded.

Chris Bilton had bagged a brace earlier on to keep his side in the game after Simon Reeves and Dean Nuttall had hit the target for the hosts.