CITY of York Hockey Club Ladies I suffered a 4-2 home defeat to Kendal in North Women's League division one.

In blustery conditions, York started well and went a goal up through a fabulous Lily Rowntree strike after a strong passage of play.

Kendal equalised following a defensive mix-up and a shaken York conceded three more in quick succession.

City regrouped at half-time and started the second half stronger, with Rowntree slotting in another.

Player-of-the-match Lauren Susnjara scored a hat-trick for a rampant City of York Ladies II in a 6-1 win at Hull II.

Susnjara opened up the scoring with a delightful reverse sweep into the bottom corner before Sarah Rogers doubled their lead from a short corner.

After the break,Vicky Skilton netted and Rogers added a second before Susnjara slotted home twice more for the Yorkshire Women's League premier division leaders.

Eleventh-placed City of York Ladies III lost 4-1 at home to Pocklington.

Nicola Winter scored City of York Ladies IV's only goal of the game during a 5-1 defeat at Tadcaster Magnets in division two.

City of York Ladies V drew 2-2 at home to Tadcaster Magnets in division five north. Katie Wiggins and Tracey Hardisty scored.

City of York Men I lost 6-4 at home to Ben Rhydding II in North Men's League premier division.

Dan Tompkins scored a brace to see City of York II to a 2-2 draw at local rivals Harrogate in east division three south.

Yorkshire League premier division title-chases City of York III fought back from 4-2 down to beat Sheffield University Bankers III 5-4. Pat Herriott, Cameron Mackay, Russ Bowry, Joel Wilson and James Harrison scored.

In 11th place, City of York IV won 2-1 at Sheffield University Bankers IV thanks to goals from Chris Dutton and Ben Foster.

Fourth-placed in division five, City of York V beat Chapeltown II 3-0 with Jonathan Trowsdale (2) and Alex Yates on target.

Division four north leaders City of York VI drew 2-2 at third-placed Bingley Bees.

Fourth-placed City of York VII beat Airedale II 3-1 thanks to strikes from Chris Allerton (2) and Josh Prins.

Unbeaten division five north leaders City of York VIII saw off Scarborough II 4-0. Hitting the backboard were Andy Forman, Tony Brimble, Graham Mackfall and Rob Abell.

Eleventh-placed City of York IX won 2-1 at Harrogate VI. Mikey Jacobsen and Ian Molyneux scored.

The day after, the IX team lost 3-0 at Bradford III.

Men's Development north division leaders City of York X beat Slazengers VI. Nathan Ridsdale and Becky Exley scored.

A depleted Acomb Hockey Club Men I drew 2-2 at Airedale in Yorkshire League division one.

The visitors could only muster 10 players and were obviously still unprepared by the push-back when the hosts scored an extraordinary goal in the second minute.

Minutes later, Airedale doubled their advantage with a slick passing move to leave a forward a tap-in.

Acomb relied on letting the visitors have the ball in their own half and looked to spring a breakaway, which came with the home defence conceding several penalty corners, from which Matt Dickenson flicked home.

Dickinson got the equaliser before the break. When a defender lifted a clearance out of the circle, hitting Jonny Brown high on the arm, Dickenson’s initial strike at was partially saved and he smashed the rebound into the roof of the goal.

In the second period, Stuart Baxter swept up with ease, Craig Brown saved well and Baz Whitfield, David Bell and Simon Theaker were defensively sound.

James Tindall, Ryan Smith and Nick Linfoot made themselves available and made life difficult for the hosts.

Acomb II lost 2-0 to visitors Ben Rhydding IV in division four north.

The home side survived early pressure from the visitors in an otherwise fairly even first half, their best chance coming from a short corner which was sliced wide.

It took a short corner for Ben Rhydding to open the scoring before half-time, and another such set piece doubled their advantage in the second half.

Yorkshire Women's League division one basement side Acomb Ladies lost 2-0 at home to Slazengers II.

Chloe Williams foraged at the front and Jane Elsworth cleared in defence but the hosts could not make their possession count.