CITY of York VI conceded after the final whistle as their mid-table division four north battle against Mirfield ended in a 2-2 stalemate.

The result means that both sides have inched up the table by a point, but City remain a position behind their visitors.

A hard-fought goalless first half saw both teams creating chances, but with both defending well.

The second period was more open, as both teams went for the win, and a Mirfield counter attack resulted in the first goal.

Zach Pierson’s deflected strike and Rob Barker’s back-post tap-in gave the hosts the lead with ten minutes to go.

The final whistle blew as Mirfield won a short corner, and a well-worked move allowed them to score.

Mark Turner was the man of the match.

In the same league, Henry Wilson bagged a brace as City of York VII lost 5-2 at high-fliers Boston Spa II.

City of York VIII’s division five north game at home to Airedale III was called off because Airedale could not raise a team.

In the same league, City of York IX lost 5-1 at league leaders Harrogate.

Richard Tanner Smith’s goal meant the sides went into the break only one goal down, but the side capitulated in the second half.

City of York X suffered their first loss of the season 2-1 at home to Ben Rhydding.

The visitors scored twice as they started the second half strongly. Player-of-the-match Josh Perryman pulled one back from Amy Birch’s assist, who was unlucky not to score herself at the end.

City of York Over-40s beat Chesterfield O40s on penalties after a 2-2 draw in which City had two goals disallowed.

Chris Dutton netted a double, and Roz Ramli scored the winning penalty.

Ali Birch was man of the match.