PREMIER division Kirkbymoorside were dumped out of the York Minster Engineering Football League Senior Cup at the first round stage by division one Malt Shovel.

Malt Shovel triumphed 3-0 and they will be joined in round two by Easingwold Town, who beat Copmanthorpe 5-0.

Premier division pacesetters Dringhouses showed no sign of relaxing in the cup as they collected a 7-1 victory at Strensall Tigers.

Jordan Outerbridge hit a hat-trick for Houses with George Brown (2), Matthew Mulhearn and Liam Robinson also getting in on the act.

Rawcliffe can count themselves unlucky not to be in the draw after Wigginton Grasshoppers' Michael Clancy pulled off a string of excellent saves to keep them at bay.

A fantastically taken Chris Dempsey strike was all that separated the sides after 90 minutes with Rawcliffe failing to capitalise on periods of sustained pressure.

A second half hat-trick from Tom Anderson was the highlight of Dunnington's 5-1 defeat of Bishopthorpe United, while Old Malton St Mary's progressed into round two with a 2-0 triumph at home to Stamford Bridge.

A solid performance from F1 Racing saw them take an early lead against Marston Green through a George Trifan header.

Further first-half goals from Paul Bentley, Adam Tiffany and Dan Hickey made it 4-0 at the interval before Bentley and Liam King rounded off a 6-0 success in the second period.

Dan Clipston bagged a brace for Haxby Town in their 3-0 win over Harrison Signs.

Adam Douse added Haxby's third, with Jacob Harrison-Green netting a consolation for Signs.

There were only two league fixtures played at the weekend.

In division one, Osbaldwick enjoyed a 5-2 success at Pocklington Town.

Fergus McAughtrie and Nick Lawrie were at the double for the visitors, with Alfie Atkinson netting the fifth.

In division three, Garforth WMC gained a 5-0 triumph over Swinton.