OLD Malton St Mary's maintained their one-point lead at the top of the York Minster Engineering League premier division following a 3-1 win over Poppleton United.

Reg Miah hit the consolation for Poppy. The Ryedale side lead Dringhouses and Thorpe United, who both have games in hand on the league leaders.

Houses kept up the pressure on St Mary's with a 17-0 whitewash of Church Fenton.

George Brown and Liam Robertson both bagged five goals in the win, with Wilson Briggs, Jordan Outerbridge, Cameron Mulhearn, Sam Drake and Jamie Barkway also making the scoresheet. Two own goals rounded off the scoring.

Thorpe United won 3-0 at home over F1 Racing.

Wigginton Grasshoppers retained fourth position after a 5-1 defeat of Easingwold Town. Goals from Jamie Green (2), Dale Holding, Matt Tiplady and Gary Newton sealed Wigs' points. Tom Rushworth scored for Easingwold.

Fifth-placed Dunnington drew 0-0 with Copmanthorpe.

Division one leaders Strensall Tigers had a free week, but Rawcliffe - who had started the day in second place - could not take advantage despite leading Haxby Town for much of the match through a Dave Hartas goal. Two late strikes from the visitors earned Haxby a 2-1 win.

Pocklington were able to move second with a 2-1 victory at Riccall. Pock are six points behind Strensall on level games. Riccall's consolation came via Louis Blackwell.

Stamford Bridge went fifth, a place below Haxby, following a hard-fought 3-2 success over Malton & Norton. Dan Price, Nathan Spreckley and Harry Neill struck the all-important goals for the hosts.

An Isaac Leach goal helped move Cliffe off the bottom of the table with a 1-0 win over Tockwith.

Oli Green and Chris Bilton netted for Osbaldwick in their 4-2 loss to Marston Green.

Harrison Signs' Cameron Loftus scored in his side's 6-1 loss to Bishopthorpe United.

Division two leaders Wombleton Wanderers won 3-1 at Civil Service, for whom Luke Addison netted.

Jamie Kirby scored twice as The Beagle beat Rufforth 5-3. Matt Currie, James Smith and Clayton Shepherdson also netted for the hosts, the latter smashing home a superb volley.

Pollington overturned a half-time deficit at Wheldrake to win 2-1 thanks to goals from Bryan Robertson and Matty Wright. A different James Smith gave Wheldrake the lead.

Heslington lost 2-1 to Clifford. Brooklyn drew 1-1 at Cawood, for whom Jake Halligan struck.

Division three frontrunners York St John University and Garforth WMC had a blank weekend.

Walnut Tree maintained third position with a 4-1 win over Fulford United. Steve Smith (2), Dylan Holmes and Chris Barratt hit the home team's goals with Sim Hopkinson replying for Fulford.

Helperby remain a point behind Walnut Tree following their 6-1 win over Selby Olympia.

Connor Campbell scored all four goals for Duncombe Park as they scored a 4-2 success over York RI.

Amos Laverack netted for Elm Park as they earned a point from a 1-1 draw with LNER Builders. Jack Crowland hit the Builders' goal which gained them their first point of the season.

A double from Karl Slater earned Crayke a 2-2 draw at Bishop Wilton, for whom Richard Tinson and Scott Lapworth scored.

Dunnington maintained their six-point lead at the top of reserve 'A' with a 2-0 defeat of Pocklington Town.

Dringhouses remain their nearest pursuers following their 5-1 success at Easingwold Town. Myles Frodsham (2), Keenan Crayke, Cole Carter and Sam Beales got the away side’s goals.

Houses can pull level on points at the top if they win their two games in hand.

Old Malton St Mary's beat Wigginton Grasshoppers 8-3. James Sutton (2) and Tom Pepper netted for Hoppers.

St Mary's sit three points ahead of Tockwith, who all but ended Huntington Rovers' title ambitions after beating them 3-0 thanks to goals from Jim Gledhill, Chris Clark and Will Balcombe.

Marlon Bentley hit a hat-trick for Tadcaster Magnets in their 5-0 win at Bishopthorpe United. Joe Smyth and Ryan Ferguson bagged the reserve 'B' leaders' other goals.

Osbaldwick are one of several sides who can usurp Magnets if they win their games in hand, and they kept up the pressure on the leaders with a 2-1 win at Hemingbrough, the goals coming from an own goal and a Lewis Keenan strike.

Haxby Town lost 4-3 to Malt Shovel. Joe Broughton (2) and Col Rayner hit the Haxby goals.

Jamie Rank (2), James Coss, Jon Rawsthorne and Jordan Elliot fired Stamford Bridge to a 5-1 triumph at Copmanthorpe. Matt Foote replied.

Rufforth won 6-0 at F1 Racing. Brad Walters' hat-trick was added to by Lewis Chipchase, Jack Bywater and an own goal.

Strensall Tigers kept up their fine form in reserve 'C' with a 2-1 victory at Cliffe. Corey Littlefield hit the target for the hosts but Strensall secured the points with efforts from Johnny Cooper and Jason Heslop.

Wilberfoss picked up their second win of the season thanks to goals from Jake Whitfield (2) and Alex Costel. Foss' 3-0 victory over Civil Service moves them five points clear of Wheldrake at the foot of the table.

Ryan Watts and Ben Richardson earned Fulford United a 2-2 draw against Harrison Signs, whose goals came from Jonny Kilmartin and Sam Smith.