DIVISION two leaders Haxby Town dropped their first points of the York Minster Engineering League season after being held to a 3-3 draw by Bishopthorpe United.

Josh Winn, Kieran Harris and Dan Clipson struck for the table-toppers but it was not enough to maintain their 100 per cent record.

Adain Bardy's goal was likewise not enough for bottom club Heslington as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat at home to Barmby Moor. Strikes by Curtis Barker and Liam Booth gave Moor the spoils.

Heworth collected all three points from their trip to Stamford Bridge, leaving as 3-2 victors. Bridge's goals came from their man-of-the-match, Sheriddan Fletcher, and Nathan Spreckley.

Lee Dutton hit a hat-trick for division three leaders Rufforth United as they put seven past Fulford without reply. Liam Keenaghan (2), Callum Pattison and Danny Cates were also on target.

Malt Shovel closed in on second-placed Bubwith White Swan after defeating them 5-1.

Selby Olympia got the better of their relegation dogfight clash, collecting their first points of the season from a 4-1 win at Bramham.

Clifford continue to top division four after a 9-2 demolition of St Clements.

Tom Deighton bagged four goals in the win, and Ben Harrison hit a hat-trick. James Jeffery and Wayne Grainge also netted for the hosts, with Thomas Ende and Matthew Horner replying for Saints.

Paul Holmes (3), Luke Conkleton and Oliver Everard hit the target for Stillington Sports & Social Club as they got the better of Huntington FC 5-3. Shane Bogg (2) and Luke Smith netted for the home side.

Goals by Josh Patten, Will Etty and Jordan Siswick earned Elm Park a draw from their encounter with LNER Builders. Tom Bateson, Ken Charman and Dan Shaw ensured both sides left with a point after a 3-3 share-all.

Wheldrake recorded a 4-3 victory over Swinton thanks to efforts from James Smith (2), Ben Tunningley and George Leadley. Sam Mills, Harry Thistleton and Edward Marwood fired back for the hosts.

In the reserve divisions, goal-happy Wigginton Grasshoppers moved 10 points clear at the top of reserve 'A' after handing out a 16-3 beating to Malton & Norton.

Terry Taylor and James Sutton both hit hat-tricks, with Tom Coates, Luke Roberts and Jack Green also picking up braces. An own goals plus strikes from Pete Carney, John Cavanagh and Alessandro Delrio rounded off the home side's plunder.

Andrew Addison (2), Luke Zacharenko, Liam Tomlinson and Tom Shephard bagged for Hemingbrough United as they upset Old Malton St Mary's, winning 5-2, while Thorpe United defeated Church Fenton 3-0.

In reserve 'B', Dringhouses gained a 4-2 success over F1 Racing thanks to a Liam Robertson hat-trick and a single strike from Joe Rawcliffe. Ben Calverley and Liam King hit the F1 replies.

The only game in reserve 'C' saw leaders Malt Shovel record an 8-1 triumph over bottom side Wheldrake.

Meanwhile, a Bailey Torrance hat-trick and a goal from Jack Jefferson saw Heworth Reserves beat Bishopthorpe United Reserves 4-2 in their rearranged York FA Saturday Junior Cup third round tie. Heworth will now travel to Thorpe United Reserves in the next round on December 16.