OLD Malton St Mary’s made light work of their re-arranged York FA Saturday Senior Cup tie as they beat visitors Marston Green 7-0.

The Ryedale side’s first round game was one of four postponed due to players being called up to the York Minster Engineering League representative side last month.

St Mary’s booked their place in round two of the Keal Teamwear-sponsored competition with four goals from Marcus Godsell and one each for Robbie Baker, Steve Baxter and Damon Cox.

Huntington, with the aid of a Jonny Bullivant hat-trick, were 7-3 home winners over Rawcliffe, who responded with an Eddy Clapham hat-trick.

Malton & Norton lost 2-0 at home to in-form Dringhouses, while Wigginton Grasshoppers came through a penalty shoot-out against Copmanthorpe.

Grasshoppers were 3-0 up after 25 minutes, but hosts Copmanthorpe then went 4-3 up.

A late Gary Newton penalty forced a shoot-out after a 4-4 draw and the away side won 5-3 on penalties.

Kirkbymoorside provided the big result of the day in the York Minster Engineering League premier division, defeating fifth-placed Dunnington 3-2.

The hosts got off to a flying start after three minutes, Toby Schofield stabbing the ball home after Ollie Varey’s strike had been saved.

The 20-minute mark saw the lead increased, Kirby finding the net through Dan Ward, who finished a counter attack that he initially began.

Dunnington got back in the game before the break, scoring a header from a well-worked set piece.

The second period began at a slower pace, but after 15 minutes Dunnington were caught trying to play the ball out from the back and Ward stole the ball before racing through and smashing the ball into the roof of the net.

Dunnington responded by making it 3-2 shortly afterwards but neither side could make any further inroads with Kirkby claiming the points at the final whistle.

A Danny Owers penalty proved little consolation to Sporting Knavesmire as they suffered a 10-1 defeat at home to a rampant Easingwold Town side.

Joe Crosby, Josh Cryer and Jon Turbine all bagged braces, with Oliver Longbottom, Tom Rushworth, Andrew Metcalfe and Jordan Green also netting.

Hemingbrough United leapfrogged F1 Racing in the table after beating their visitors 3-0.

Strensall Tigers moved five points clear at the top of division one following their 3-2 defeat of Bishopthorpe United.

Duke Witter, Kieran Harris and Josh Winn struck for the home side.

A goalless first half at Stamford Bridge was followed by a manic 20 minutes as the home side put three goals past Harrison Signs to mount an unassailable lead.

Goals from Danny Gray, James Hunt and Nathan Spreckley guaranteed the points for Stamford despite a late fightback from the visitors.

A Jacob Harrison-Green free-kick and a Ben Ballantyne goal, direct from a corner, set up a grandstand finish.

Jamie England scored all six of Cliffe’s goals and even had time to miss a penalty as his team fought their way to a 6-3 triumph at Riccall United.

Nathan Green and Paul Holmes fired Haxby to a 2-1 victory over Osbaldwick. The hosts’ consolation came via a spectacular Nick Lawrie free-kick.

Cawood cruised to a 6-0 success over Heslington to maintain pole position in division three.

Wombleton Wanderers remain level on points at the top following a 7-2 win at Wheldrake. James Smith and Rich Kendall netted for the home team.

Joe Drydal struck for Wilberfoss at Rufforth but his goal counted for nothing as the home side won 2-1 thanks to efforts from McNichol and Ford.

Bubwith put eight past Barmby Moor without reply.

With Garforth WMC not having a league fixture, York St John University made the most of the chance to improve their points tally and goal difference, crushing Selby Olympia 11-1.

Alastair Harvey and Sam Clarke both netted hat-tricks.

Kieron Waterson and Steve Smith claimed the same three goal plaudits as Walnut Tree made even more impressive inroads with a 12-0 defeat of LNER Builders.

High scores appeared to be the order of the day as Elm Park put 11 past Swinton without reply. Gary Rylance (4), Nathan Wright (3), Cameron Edmondson (2) and Jordan Siswick (2) collected Elm Park’s haul.

Rob McDermid and Aiden Taylor were on target for Duncombe Park in their 3-2 defeat at Bishop Wilton.

Karl Slater and Liam Henderson hit two goals each as Crayke gained a 4-0 success over York RI.

Ryan Foster hit a hat-trick in Helperby’s 4-0 success at Fulford United.

Pocklington and Thorpe fought out a 3-3 draw in round one of the League Senior Cup.

Jason Nattrass (2) and Jack Holman fired the goals for Pocklington, who went on to record a 9-8 success in the penalty shootout.

The same number of goals were seen in the other game in the competition, but the fixture was much more one-sided with Tockwith defeating Church Fenton 6-0.

Graham Hutchinson and Tom Smith were at the double with Jack Doyle and Chris Fairhurst also on target.

Dringhouses continue to lead York Minster Engineering Football League reserve 'A' on goal difference following a 4-0 success over Pocklington Town.

Joe Rawcliffe, Ian Hall, Reece Botterill and Nick Hutton fired them to success.

Old Malton St Mary's made it four wins from four with a 4-1 triumph at Easingwold Town, for whom Joshua Gath found the target.

Fin Smith (4), Callum Richardson, Harry Blackwell and Tom Fort helped Dunnington to a 7-1 win at home to Poppleton United, for whom Joe Schofield bagged a consolation.

Tom Coates scored from the spot as Wigginton Grasshoppers were defeated 4-1 by Tockwith.

In reserve 'B', John Willmoth and Tom Lang gave Stamford Bridge a 2-0 success at Haxby United.

A solid performace from F1 Racing saw them defeat Hemingbrough United 4-2.

Dan Cooper, Youssef Fitzmaurice, Frazer Shields and Ben Orange found the target for the home side.

Marston Green hold third place in reserve 'C' following their 7-0 demolition of Sporting Knavesmire.

James Willsher, Adam Galloway, Alfie Ellis and Will Neviani made the scoresheet in support of Richard Wishart, who bagged a hat-trick in the triumph.

Russell Carr (3) and Danny Walters bagged as Heslington gained 4-0 win at Harrison Signs.

Jack Whitfield hit the only goal of the game as Wilberfoss defeated Wheldrake.

Cliffe gained a 9-3 success over Brooklyn. Nigel Horner led Cliffe's charge with four goals.