YORK have begun their season with successive victories after a latest success in a 4-1 away win to Sheffield in the National Futsal League.

Like in the previous round's triumph over Cambridge United, York again wore a bright pink strip in support of the 'Wear it Pink' cancer initiative.

After just four minutes, York took the lead when a hefty toe-poked strike from new addition Mahamadu Ceesay fired past the Sheffield goalkeeper.

That lead was doubled when, on 18 minutes, a long shot from Fabinho struck the crossbar, falling kindly for Michael Bulmer who tapped into an open goal.

York remained the aggressors throughout the rest of the first-half, dominating the possession and the chances.

Their lead would have been increased were it not for some excellent goalkeeping from Sheffield.

Sheffield began the second period in an intense fashion, with York keeper Myles Chadwick forced into two fine quick-fire stops.

York made their South Yorkshire opponents pay when Daniel Pedras intercepted the ball in his own half before breaking forward and slotting the ball home.

Sheffield pulled one back soon after but it proved to be only a consolation.

Tom Blackburn went close for York as their dominant pattern returned and it duly rewarded with a fourth and final goal.

Captain Fabinho striking powerfully into the roof of the Sheffield goal from a Blackburn pass.

Head coach Junior Roberto insisted that his side can't become complacent despite their strong beginning to the season's campaign.

Roberti said: "It has been a great start for us, but we must not get ahead of ourselves.

"We have to continue to work hard in training and be ready to continue our form for our fans at our next game against Birmingham on November 3."