THE York Minster Engineering League premier division relegation battle will go right to the wire following Huntington Rovers’ 2-0 triumph over Malton & Norton.

That result now means that the match between Malton & Norton and Sporting Knavesmire will determine who joins York RI in division one next season, subject to a league AGM ballot over the consequences of Pocklington Town 2nds’ inability to be promoted.

Both of Rovers’ goals came in the second half courtesy of Liam Flanagan.

Dringhouses, meanwhile, gained a shock 1-0 win over Old Malton St Mary’s thanks to Cameron Loftus’ second-half goal.

F1 Racing made hard work of defeating a depleted Dunnington and, despite dominating the match, somehow found themselves a goal down after 15 minutes.

Goals from Chris Dempsey and Solly Tomlin-Kent put F1 Racing in front at the break, with George Trifan and Chris Smith getting the second-half goals to seal the points.

Division one runners-up Pocklington Town ended their season in style with a 6-1 defeat of third-placed Kirkbymoorside, while Wilberfoss finished their season to forget with an 8-2 home defeat to Easingwold Town.

Strensall completed their season in division two with a 10-3 defeat of Barmby Moor.

Danny Franks hit five goals with Alex Burton (2), Liam Wingfield, Charlie Coupland and Jason Heslop also on target.

Wigginton Grasshoppers gained a 4-1 success over Huntington Rovers to capture the reserve 'A' crown for the first time in over 20 years.

Former Notts County defender Jordan Holt, deputising for the absent Jack Coates, opened the scoring with a fantastic overhead kick after seven minutes and Tom Derbyshire added a second ten minutes later.

Ex-Rovers keeper Neil Cadywold then had to be at his best twice in quick succession as the visitors piled forward, but it was Wiggy who moved further into the lead when Derbyshire rifled in an unstoppable shot from ten yards.

The second half saw Huntington enjoy a long spell of pressure and they reduced the deficit when Ben Thompson looped a header over Cadywold to make it 3-1.

However, with twenty minutes to go, Steve Jarvis fired a low shot into the corner to seal the points and claim the title for Wiggy.

Easingwold Town secured their reserve 'A' status for next season with a 4-0 win over Dunnington.