POCKLINGTON Town head up the York Minster Engineering League reserve 'A' division after putting five goals past Old Malton St Mary's without reply.

Tom Knowles (2), Liam Serginson, James Harvey and Jack Holman struck for the home side.

Huntington Rovers raced into a three-goal lead at Poppleton United thanks to efforts from Paul Scaife (2) and Lee Bunce. Ciaran Blondrage pulled one back for the hosts before Bunce added his second to make it 4-1 to Rovers at half-time.

A second from Blondrage shortly after the break made it 4-2 but goals from Dane Winn and a third from Bunce, completing his hat-trick, rounded off a 6-2 victory for Rovers.

Defending champions Wigginton Grasshoppers welcomed back Lee McQuade after a four-year absence and he quickly picked up where he left off by hitting the opening goal against Easingwold Town.

A John Cavanagh double strike and a James Sutton goal gave Hoppers a four-goal cushion before Lee Johnson and Oliver Lawrence made it a respectable 4-2 scoreline for the visitors.

Jay Smythe (3) and Anthony Jennings netted for Thorpe United in a 4-2 win over Hemingbrough United. Benedict Ewart and Ricki Hutton responded.

Thomas Broadbent, Henry Copley and Marlon Bentley fired Tadcaster Magnets to a 3-0 triumph over Wilberfoss in reserve 'B'.

An own goal gave Dringhouses the lead at F1 Racing before David Wright equalised. The visitors took the points courtesy of a Cameron Mulhearn strike, the midfielder returning after a spell on the sidelines through injury.

Jack Johnson scored the only goal of the game as Malton & Norton won at Stamford Bridge.

Two excellent finishes from Luigi Foschi earned Malt Shovel a point from a 2-2 draw with Copmanthorpe, for whom Lee Atkinson and Will Catchpole were on target.

Brooklyn had a bad day at the office in reserve 'C' as Rufforth United hit them for six.

Lewis Bootland, Phil Martin, Michael Martin (2) and Jordan Wyard (2) all made the scoresheet.

An own goal plus a Josh Powell effort gave Fulford a 2-0 success over Sporting Knavesmire.

An own goal also set Cliffe on their way to a 4-0 win at Rawcliffe. Two strikes from Kieran Gallagher and a Corey Littlefield effort completed their haul.