DRINGHOUSES made it 10 wins from 10 in the York Minster Engineering Football League premier division with a 2-0 win over Dunnington.

The win saw Houses move three points clear at the summit with two games in hand on their title rivals.

The goalscorers were Dave Watson and James Green.

Second-placed Thorpe United were busy in York FA Saturday Senior Cup action, and Old Malton St Mary's took advantage.

The reigning champions narrowed the gap between themselves and the Selby side to just two points after a hard-fought 2-1 home win over Copmanthorpe.

Mike Brooks scored for the visitors, but a Marcus Godsell brace earned Malton the win.

Huntington Rovers deservedly led Wigginton Grasshoppers 1-0 at the break thanks to a trademark free-kick from Chris Dyson.

The evergreen striker added a second from an acute angle to make it 2-0 early in the second period before a short spell of pressure from the home side saw them draw level via a Jordan Holt header and a Gary Newton penalty.

Dyson had the last laugh, however, completing his hat-trick in fine style to take the points.

A magnificent double save from Wigginton's 16-year-old goalkeeper Nathan Butler kept the scoreline respectable.

Rovers' victory keeps them two points behind Old Malton in fourth place.

Easingwold Town moved above Wigginton into fifth position after goals from Josh Cryer, J P Turbine and Tom Rushworth secured a 3-1 win at F1 Racing, who had led via an early Roly Donoso penalty.

Poppleton United's resurgence continued with a 6-0 hammering of Church Fenton.

Danny Owers hit a hat-trick in the win, with Reece Holmes (2) and Brad Worsfold also finding the net.

Josh Winn netted for division one leaders Strensall Tigers at Riccall United, but his side had to settle for a point as Dylan Barnett struck for the hosts.

That result allowed Rawcliffe to close the gap at the top to five points with a 1-0 win over Pocklington Town.

Eddy Clapham hammered home a penalty to bag Rawcliffe the points and his side also have a game in hand on Tigers.

Osbaldwick sit third following a convincing 6-1 victory over Malton & Norton.

Tom Metcalfe notched a penalty for Osbaldwick, with Chris Bilton, Alfie Atkinson, Jack Brimmell, Nick Lawrie and Louie McMaw all scoring from open play.

Dan Marshall found the net for Marston Green at home to Stamford Bridge, but efforts from Nathan Spreckley and Danny Gray claimed the points for the visitors.

Adam Chaplin (2), Paul Holmes, David Fell and Adam Douse all hit the target for Haxby Town in a 6-2 defeat of Cliffe. An own goal completed the haul for the hosts.

Dan Phillips and Leigh Dutton hit the target for The Beagle as they maintained their advantage at the top of division two with a 2-1 win over Barmby Moor.

Cohan Vause, Ryan Whitlam and Arron Sharp struck for Pollington in a 3-1 success over Wilberfoss, for whom Adam Williamson hit a consolation.

Clifford and Brooklyn played out a 3-3 share-all.

A red card for LNER Builders didn't help matters as they slumped to a 13-0 loss at home to York St John University.

Sam Clarke hit five for St John and was supported by Jenson Joseph (3), Jake Dunn (2), Jonty Russell-Rayment, Liam White and Dan Cusdin as the visitors ran riot.

Jed Hudson and Danny Brooks both helped themselves to braces as Garforth WMC picked up a 5-0 win over Elm Park. Jack Wilton hit their fifth.

Tom Green completed a tremendous hat-trick for Crayke United as they got the better of a 10-goal thriller at Selby Olympia, winning 6-4.

Alan Body (2) and Liam Kettlewell struck Crayke's other goals.

Rob McDermid fired a treble for Duncombe Park in their 3-3 share-all with Bishop Wilton.

Fulford United won 5-1 on the road at York RI.

Huntington Rovers and Dunnington closed to within three points of Dringhouses at the top of reserve 'A' with victories over Poppleton United and Old Malton St Mary’s.

Huntington put seven past Poppy without reply. Their scorers were Ben Calam (3), Jon James (2), Paul Scaife and Lewis Musgrave.

Dunnington gained a 2-0 home success thanks to efforts from Kieran O’Brien and Fin Smith.

Pocklington Town and Tockwith played out a 1-1 share-all while Easingwold Town won by the odd goal in seven against Thorpe United.

Town’s scorers in the 4-3 win were Harry Loseby (2), Lewis Otterburn and Charlie Longbottom.

Hemingbrough United continue to lead reserve 'B' but had to settle for a point at Stamford Bridge following a 4-4 draw.

Jordan Elliot bagged a hat-trick and Dan Price a goal to earn the home side their share of the points.

Haxby Town upset second-placed Tadcaster Magnets, winning 3-1.

Jimmy Jacques and Sam Thompson fired home for Osbaldwick as they triumphed 2-0 at Bishopthorpe United.

Lee Bannister hit a consolation for Copmanthorpe in a 6-1 loss at Malt Shovel.

Strensall Tigers may only have a one-point lead in reserve 'C' but they did their goal difference the power of good with a 9-0 success at Wilberfoss.

Matt Williams and Shaun Rayner (2) gave Civil Service a 3-0 lead before a late fight back from Brooklyn resulted in a 3-3 draw.

Jacob Harrison-Green (2), Warren Lowe (2) and Wayne Turner fired Harrison Signs to a 5-1 win over Cliffe.

Fulford United cruised to a 4-0 success over Heslington.