DRINGHOUSES continued their perfect start to the York Minster Engineering League premier division season by winning 5-1 at high-flying Dunnington.

James Robinson bagged a brace for the visitors with Liam Robertson and Jamie Barkway supplementing their tally, along with an own goal.

Iain Blackburn grabbed the hosts' consolation.

Wigginton Grasshoppers and Old Malton St Mary's remain a point ahead of Dringhouses - who have played one game fewer- after both recorded victories at the weekend.

Gary Newton gave Wigginton the lead against Hemingbrough United after converting a penalty but the visitors drew level through Paul Rodwell.

Jamie Green restored Wiggy's lead midway through the second half before teeing up Jordan Holt to drive home from 25 yards, a strike that sealed a 3-1 victory for Grasshoppers.

F1 Racing led Old Malton 2-1 at the break in their game following a great curling effort from Adam Tiffany and a neat finish from Alex Martin.

But four second-half goals for the away side turned the game on its head, with Malton coming out 5-2 victors.

Gary Collier, Steve Lyon (2) and Edward Wileman (2) fired Thorpe United to a 5-0 home success over Church Fenton.

Tom Rushworth's strike proved to be in vain as Easingwold Town fell 3-1 at home to Tadcaster Magnets. Charlie Marshall and Liam Farr (2) found the scoresheet for Magnets.

Jonny Bullivant, JP Vass, Will Edmond and James Edmond netted for Huntington Rovers in their 4-2 success against Kirkbymoorside.

Sporting Knavesmire continue to prop up the table after going down 7-2 to Poppleton United. Luke Wilkinson hit a hat-trick for Poppy with Reece Holmes (2), Kevin Luke and Danny Stannard also finding the net.