RUFFORTH are the new Fulford Ladies Invitational League division two leaders after Sarah Skidmore and Emma Whiting won 19 games in their comfortable 70-38 victory over Pocklington.

Lisa Garland and Liz Taylor racked up 33 games for David Lloyd during a crushing defeat of Poppleton.

Starbeck beat Boston Spa 62-46 with Christine Noddings and Sophie Cousins netting an impressive 33 games.

In division one, York look unstoppable in their quest for the title after winning every rubber as they trounced David Lloyd 84-24.

Bishopthorpe fell to a heavy loss at Pocklington having only been able to field two couples.

In division three, Wistow’s Sue Hudson and Sarah Huggins bagged 25 games, as they defeated Knaresborough 73-35.

Bubwith logged a first win against an injury-struck Bishopthorpe with Lou Smith and Anna Airaksinen finishing undefeated for the former.

Anne Milne and Kate Pirie’s 34 games helped Boston Spa demolish Fulford, who suffered from an early withdrawal of one of their players.

Cliffe are just holding on to top spot in division four after drawing with bottom-placed Sutton.

Chris Howatt and Amber Hickman led the way with 29 games as Appleton overcame Heworth.

Rowntree Park beat Wigginton with Sandra Pauw and Laura Robson winning all their rubbers in a 72-36 victory.

Pippa Bailey and Teena Gallon were top scorers for Tollerton as they edged a close 56-52 triumph over Riccall.

In division five, Nicky John and Emily Broadbent claimed 33 games as New Earswick sailed past Poppleton thirds.

Leaders Wilberfoss lost to second-placed David Lloyd with Fran Critchley and Katy Fowler top scoring in a 56-52 triumph.

Despite recording a positive score, Fulford captain Jane Thresh and Liz Paxman couldn’t lead their team to victory over Copmanthorpe as they went down 60-48.

Dunnington lead division six after defeating Rufforth 66-42 with Linda Malloy and Katy Sykes netting 28 games.

Shelagh Elcock and Oxanne Wlson finished unbeaten for Cawood as they hammered David Lloyd 81-27.

A 26-game haul from Ros Murdoch and Mary Riley saw Knaresborough prevail 75-33 over York.

All three Dunnington couples posted scores of 24 games as they overcame Wilberfoss in division seven.

Sarah Davies and Harriet Smith included a 12-0 triunph as Copmanthorpe scraped past Sheriff Hutton 56-52.