THE York Minster Engineering League premier division enjoyed a goal fest on Saturday, with 35 being netted in the day's four games.

Dringhouses moved to within five points of top two Old Malton St Mary's and Huntington Rovers following a free-scoring 7-5 win at Poppleton United.

Matthew Mulhearn led the away side's charge, hitting strikes from 30 and 20 yards, and was joined at the double by Sam Lake and Liam Robertson. Rob Hutton rounded off Houses' scoring in a game in which they were pegged back a couple of times but never headed.

Wigginton Grasshoppers didn't look back following a first-minute Kain Rogerson goal in their game with Osbaldwick.

The winger put in a sterling performance and went on to complete a hat-trick, a feat matched by both Matt Tiplady and Eddy Clapham in a convincing 12-1 success. Steve Jarvis, Tom Derbyshire and Jamie Willstrop struck Wiggy's other goals with Lucas Wilson firing home from 20 yards to give Osso a minor consolation.

Lee Atkinson bagged a brace as Copmanthorpe beat Sporting Knavesmire 4-2.

Daniel Pedras and Liam Stilgoe also netted as the hosts registered their first points of the season. Danny Owers and Tom Williams replied.

Chaz Wrigley, Adam Beavers and Scott Nicholas hit the target for Church Fenton in a 3-1 derby victory over Tadcaster Magnets.

High-flying Old Malton and Huntington, meanwhile, progressed in the North Riding County FA Saturday County Cup with victories over premier division rivals F1 Racing and Kirkbymoorside, respectively.

Saints won 2-0 and Huntington 4-1 with goals by Ash Hope, Chris Dyson, Alex Burton and Charlie Ward.

Pocklington Town extended their lead to six points at the top of YMEL division one after coming from behind to win at Riccall United.

Yves Kombe and Luke Durham sent the hosts into the break with a two-goal cushion, but strikes from Nathan Walker (2), Carl Brewer and Sam Parkinson turned things round as Pock won 4-2.

Easingwold Town remain second following a 1-1 draw at Haxby United.

Danny Franks (2), Chris Johnson and Liam Wingfield found the net for Strensall Tigers as they moved into third place with a 4-1 win over Malton & Norton, for whom Simon Reeves netted.

Dan Moll put in a starring performance and struck twice for Rawcliffe as they beat Heworth 4-2. Dave Hartas and Louis Howarth also made the scoresheet for Rawcliffe, with John Moore and Dan Marshall replying for the visitors.

Jason Hogg (2) and Warren Lowe earned Harrison Signs a point in a 3-3 home draw with Bishopthorpe United.

Marion Campagna hit a hat-trick and Tom Smith a brace as Tockwith beat Cliffe 5-1, the visitors having been reduced to 10 men early in the first half.

Lewis Chipchase, Liam Keenaghan, Danny Cates and Dave McNichol struck to keep Rufforth at the summit of division two via a 4-1 win over Pollington.

The Beagle remain just two points behind after enjoying a 5-2 victory at home to Clifford. Jamie Kirby (2), James Griffiths, Connor Larner and Clayton Shepherd fired the hosts to the points.

Ryan Mumford, Josh Shepherd and Joe Mason netted in Civil Service's 3-1 triumph at Malt Shovel.

Despite being reduced to nine men, Bubwith White Swan held their nerve to beat Brooklyn 5-0. Jamie Sedman (2), Louis Blackwell, Nick Horne and Si Houlder inflicted the damage on the Malton side.

Swinton picked up a surprise point away to division three leaders Selby Olympia after a 2-2 draw.

Roger Lorains, Kewell Ford and Will Etty were on target for Elm Park but could not stop LNER Builders from making it four wins from five with a 7-3 success.

Wheldrake, with a similar record, beat Fulford 3-0 with goals from Steven McClean, Chris Verzi and James Smith.

Wombleton Wanderers sit fourth after a 4-1 win at Heslington. Russ Carr hit a consolation for the hosts.

Helperby won 8-3 at Walnut Tree while Crayke United saw off Stillington Sports & Social Club 5-1. Efforts from Liam Kettlewell, Shane Hogg, Tom Hilling and Hewell Jones, plus an own goal, made up their haul, with Jack Cartwright replying.