YORK I already look unstoppable in division one of the Fulford Ladies' Invitational Tennis League.

Wendy Stirke and Jill Le Pla notched 30 games as they cruised past Bishopthorpe last time out.

Debutant Hana Saito paired up with Emma Loten to top score in Dunnington’s comfortable win over Castlegarth. Pocklington are matching them on points, however, mum and daughter Ruth and Rebecca Hill having continued to flourish in their 62-46 win at Wigginton.

York II edged a tight victory in a tense match against David Lloyd.

Pocklington logged their first win of the campaign in division two, Andrea Bland and Fiona Lambert netting 31 games to see them home against Poppleton.

Fulford returned to winning ways with a comfortable victory at David Lloyd 2. Rufforth top the pile, though, after all three of their couples contributed fairly evenly in their 65-43 defeat of Starbeck.

In the west of York derby, Boston Spa fought out a draw at local rivals Castlegarth.

Dunnington remain undefeated in division three, after easing past Boston Spa II 67-41.

Jane Wallace returned from injury to team up with Pam Campbell and top score for Fulford as they hammered winless Bubwith.

Knareborough overcame Bishopthorpe and Wistow scraped past Copmanthorpe 55-53, aided by Ali Wortley and Lisa Hunter winning all their rounds.

Cliffe top division four after a hard-fought 58-50 win at Appleton, Liz Boville and Gayle Bradley contributing with a 12-0 in their first rubber.

Mary Foster and Dot Hornby bagged 27 games to ensure Tollerton remained hard on their heels by defeating Wigginton 65-43. Heworth beat Rowntree Park to stay in contention, while Riccall overcame Sutton 61-47.

Division five leaders Wilberfoss did not drop a rubber as they battered struggling Fulford 87-21.

Fran Critchley and Joy Craig bagged 34 games as David Lloyd III crushed Poppleton II 80-28. Nicky Georgiou and Emily Broadbent's 24 games were not enough to prevent New Earswick falling to Copmanthorpe II.

Linda Malloy and Katy Sykes scored 26 games as Dunnington III continued their unbeaten run in division six, defeating Knaresborough 63-45. Vicky Wrigley and Carole Withers took 29 games for second-placed Rufforth as they pasted David Lloyd 81-27.

Dunnington IV made it a clean sweep for all the Dunnington teams as they scraped past Copmanthorpe 55-53 in division seven.

Jill Hodges and Chris Drury were in form for Sheriff Hutton, netting 28 games as they overcame Rufforth 74-34 for a first win of the season. Appleton dropped down the table after failing to field a team against Wilberfoss.