A WILD and windy Saturday saw Dringhouses drop points for only the second time this season as they drew 0-0 with Old Malton St Mary's.

Houses were on top for large portions of the game, though Malton had the best chance when Marcus Godsell was denied late in the game by a stunning save from Nick Lock.

Matters are much closer at the top of the York Minster Engineering League premier division following now second-placed Wigginton Grasshoppers' defeat of Thorpe United.

It took until the 70th minute for the deadlock to be broken, Gary Newton blasting home from the penalty spot and Matt Tiplady stabbed home in stoppage time.

Wiggy are six points adrift of Houses with a game in hand.

Alex Fenwick (2), Josh Cryer, Joshua Gath and Joe Crosby made the scoresheet as Easingwold Town beat F1 Racing 5-0 and went sixth.

Ben Jones hit both of Copmanthorpe's goals in their 2-2 home draw with Kirkbymoorside.

Poppleton United won 11-0 at Church Fenton. Alex Janes (3) Reg Miah (2), Brad Worsfold (2), Danny Stannard, Kevin Luke, Reece Holmes and John Dey weighed in with the goals.

Joshua Winn (3) and Isaac Clark (2) scored in division one table-toppers Strensall's 5-0 win over Harrison Signs.

Osbaldwick moved ahead of opponents Haxby Town with a 2-1 win thanks to a double from Chris Bilton. The midfield maestro was denied his hat-trick when the wind carried a 50-yard strike onto the crossbar. Adam Chaplin netted Haxby's reply.

Joe Milner (2), Ash Hope, Shane Smith and Dan Marshall struck for Marston Green in a 5-4 defeat of Malton & Norton.

The division two title battle took another turn as leaders Wombleton Wanderers lost 3-2 at home to third-placed Cawood, who sit two points behind with a game in hand. Lewis Hall, Kyle Wilks and Phil Wickham netted for Cawood.

Second-placed The Beagle drew 2-2 with Barmby Moor. Lee Jacob and Tom Norton scored for The Beagle with Alex McCallam (2) netting the hosts' replies.

Oli Brennan and Aaron Sharp scored for Pollington in their 2-0 win over Clifford.

James Smith (3), Harry Bedford, Dan Zimer and Ali Brown netted for Wheldrake in a 6-1 victory over Bubwith White Swan.

Danny Cates, Liam Keenaghan and Tom Lang fired Rufforth United to a 3-2 success at Wilberfoss, for whom Adam Webster and Dan Gibney netted.

Walnut Tree went second in division three after beating former second-placed side Garforth WMC 4-3 thanks to George Bissett (2), Maruisz Bratkowski and Dylan Holmes goals. Jed Hudson, Ethan Nixon and an own goal made up Garforth's tally.

Table-toppers York St John University had Ali Harvey (2), Luke Jordan and Jake Dunn scoring in a 4-3 win over Helperby United. James Buchanan, Ryan Foster and Dan Spink netted for the hosts.

Sam Wright (2), Finn Stannard and George Vardy struck for Elm Park in their 8-4 home loss to York RI, who had Jai Wilson (3), Tom Walsh (2), Tom Haase, Harry Rogan and George Simpson scoring.

Kai Shorrocks and Declan Dewhurst scored for LNER Builders in a 2-2 draw at Selby Olympia.

Alex Shields (2), Ed Barnes, James Wood, Nick Allenby and David Elkington hit the target for Duncombe Park in a 6-2 defeat of Crayke United.

Old Malton St Mary's have closed the gap on reserve 'A' leaders Dunnington to four points.

The Ryedale outfit used their game in hand on the table-toppers to good effect by winning 5-1 at Poppleton United.

Dringhouses suffered a setback, losing 3-0 on their trip to Pocklington Town.

Huntington Rovers returned to form with a vengeance, netting eight times against Easingwold Town without conceding. Tom Owen hit four goals for Rovers in the 8-0 win with Jonny Bullivant, Lee Topping, Ben Calan and Gary Mitchinson also making the scoresheet.

Thorpe United gained a 6-2 victory over Wigginton Grasshoppers, for whom Tom Coates bagged a brace.

Malt Shovel moved to the top of reserve 'B' following a 1-0 success over third-placed Haxby Town.

Rufforth United gained a 3-2 victory over Bishopthorpe United thanks to strikes from Brad Walters (2) and Phil Martin. Currently fourth-placed, Rufforth can go top if they win their games in hand, of which they have at least two on the top three.

An own goal added to efforts from Matty O'Connell, Nick Lawrie and Lewis Keenaghan as Osbaldwick marched to a 4-1 success at Stamford Bridge. The home side's consolation came courtesy of Gareth Owen.

Elliot Hobson and Paul Branscombe fired home for Rawcliffe as they drew 2-2 at Hemingbrough United.

Dan Cooper netted the only goal of the game as F1 Racing beat Copmanthorpe 1-0.

In reserve 'C', new signing Steve Jarvis pulled the strings in a man-of-the-match performance as Strensall Tigers moved nine points clear with a 3-1 defeat of Heslington. Shane Bogg, Jonny Cooper and Drew Brabbs shared the goals.

Chris Bullen and Ben Buckler hit the target for Harrison Signs in a 4-2 away loss at Brooklyn.