YORK FA Saturday Senior Cup holders Wigginton Grasshoppers have been knocked out of this year's competition.

Wiggy fell 4-1 at home to York Minster Engineering League premier division rivals Dringhouses at the second round stage.

Houses went 1-0 up through Mike Byram and, while Wigginton equalised just before the break, second-half goals from Dave Watson, Cam Sanderson and Liam Robertson ensured the last year’s winners lost their grip on the trophy.

Old Malton St Mary's, also high-fliers in the league, had a tense encounter before edging premier division rivals Thorpe United 1-0.

The only goal of a tight game came on 63 minutes as Josh Brown ran down the right and sent in a pinpoint pass to allow Steve Baxter to slide the ball home.

Dunnington, also of the top tier, had a comfortable 7-0 win at division one Harrison Signs.

Simon Castle hit a hat-trick, Tom Fleat, who created many chances, scored two and Tom Richards and Roberto Smith also netted.

Top-tier strugglers Osbaldwick scraped through as they pipped lowly division one side Cliffe 5-4.

Goals from Tom Ellwood (2), Paul Tiffany and Tom Grundy were not enough for the visitors.

Rawcliffe went ahead against Church Fenton against the run of play just before half-time.

But two substitutions for Fenton around the hour mark changed the game - sub Jonah Beecher hit a 15-minute hat-trick and, while Rawcliffe netted with five minutes left, a breakaway goal by Matthew Howgate put the game beyond their reach.

Division two leaders Rufforth United progressed through the York FA Junior Cup second round with a 5-2 win at home to Pollington.

A Danny Cates hat-trick, and goals by Adam Brooke and Dave Mellody sealed victory.

The full list of cup results, along with league results and tables, will be in the print edition of tomorrow's Press.

Meanwhile, with their YMEL rivals in cup action, Huntington Rovers moved six points clear at the top of the premier division table as a late show gave them a 3-1 victory over Poppleton United.

Jonny Bullivant put the table-toppers ahead inside five minutes but Popp levelled shortly afterwards.

The score remained unchanged until late in the second half when regular hitman Chris Dyson scored a brace - side-footing into the bottom corner and then heading in following a goalmouth scramble.

Sporting Knavesmire got off to a flier against Kirkbymoorside when Luke Hallam got onto the end of a miss-hit shot to fire home.

The Moorsiders soon took control of the game, though, to win 5-2.

Debutant Dan Marshall opened their scoring when volleying home Jonny Brown's header from inside the six-yard box.

Then birthday boy Keelan Simpson glided past two defenders before driving a low shot into the far corner.

Brown and Marshall both added second-half goals to put the game beyond Knavesmire's reach before James Windle made it 4-2 with 20 minutes left.

With Knavesmire chasing the game, their goalkeeper was caught out of position after taking a throw-in, allowing Brown to score his second by steering the ball into an empty net from 40 yards.

Michael Lidsey bagged a hat-trick and Liam Rapp a goal as Brooklyn beat Wilberfoss 4-3 in division two's only game.

Selby Olympia remained top of division three after a 4-3 win over Heslington - the unlucky Russ Carr scoring a hat-trick for the losers.

Mark Sutcliffe's goal for Fulford proved in vain as they were sunk 3-1 at home by Wheldrake, James Smith (2) and Alex Smith inflicting the damage.

Josh Patterson produced a clinical finish for Crayke United at home to LNER Builders and they also netted via an own goal, but they were sunk 8-2.

Luke Taylor, Finlay Scott and Danny Holmes fired Walnut Tree to a 3-1 victory over Wombleton Wanderers, while Swinton scored a 2-0 success at Stillington Sports & Social Club.