DRINGHOUSES made it three wins out of three in the York Minster Engineering Football League premier division with a 6-0 demolition of Church Fenton.

Church Fenton, last season’s runners-up, had no answer to the early top flight pacesetters.

There was a brace from Liam Robertson and goals from Sam Ripley-Kitson and Cameron Mulhearn before James Robinson, recently returned from a spell in Australia, added the final two.

Wigginton Grasshoppers were also not in the mood to concede, putting 10 past Sporting Knavesmire without reply.

Matthew Tiplady and Chris Dempsey both helped themselves to hat-tricks, with Jamie Green (2), Michael Byram and Jamie Willstrop also contributing to the scoreline.

Easingwold Town travelled to Old Malton St Mary’s and pushed the champions all the way before succumbing 3-2 to a third Steve Baxter goal.

The striker’s hat-trick outscored efforts from Josh Archer and Andrew Metcalfe Junior in a game that saw both sides receive red cards.

The victory keeps reigning champions Old Malton well within range of Dringhouses.

There were cards of all varieties at Huntington Rovers where the new dissent sinbin rule was well and truly tested in the home side’s 5-1 defeat by F1 Racing.

Alex Martin and Jonah Tomlin Kent struck to see F1 lead at the break.

A great free kick from Max Tweddle saw them extend the lead, which was added to with further goals from Martin and John Paul Stanway either side of a Jonny Bullivant effort.

Poppleton United defeated Copmanthorpe 4-2.

Tom Reid (2), Ben Brannigan and Luke Wilkinson netted for the hosts.

A Tom Anderson double saw Dunnington claim the points at Hemingbrough, who went down 2-1.

Oliver Reynard found the net late in the game for the home side.

Matt Howgate, Chad Wrigley and Liam Farr struck for Tadcaster Magnets in their match with Thorpe United, but goals from Paul Moran, Wayne Brook and Gary Collier ensured that both sides left with a point from a 3-3 draw.