South Bank were two up at Dunnington after 20 minutes of their Reserve 'A' encounter but the home side clawed their way back with goals from Paul Fowler and Andrew Taylor and Jamie Calvert struck Dunnington's winner just after the hour mark.

Dringhouses, the reserve league champions, started their season with a 2-0 home win over Old Malton, thanks to a Ben Ballantyne strike and an own goal. Rob Bailey gave Pocklington the lead against St John's College but the students hit back with goals from Matt Moore (2) and Mark Leask.

Bishopthorpe and Kartiers shared six goals, all coming in the second half. Paul Broadbent (2) and John Moore were on target for Bishopthorpe and James Barrow, Glen Littlewood and Simon Brown replied for Kartiers.

The Reserve 'B' game at Copmanthorpe was held up when the home side's Alistair Hamilton suffered a head injury and was taken to hospital but his team recovered to win the restarted game 2-0 with goals from Dave Peach and Gavin Mears.

A goal for each side in the last ten minutes of the game resulted in a draw between Wigginton Grasshoppers and Huntington. Gareth Kirby thought he had snatched the points for Huntington but Nick Jackson soon equalised for Grasshoppers.

New Earswick continue to set the pace after a 2-1 home win over Wigginton Black Horse. Sean Urquhart scored in the 25th minute, Derek Grant hit a screamer to make it 2-0 and Neil Newton pulled one back for Black Horse.

Updated: 11:15 Monday, October 20, 2003