CITY of York Hockey Club Ladies I fell to a 4-3 defeat to Lindum in their last home league game of the season.

The Minster city outfit remain fourth in the North Women's League division one table.

Lindum went into the break two up but City regrouped and started the second half with intent, winning a short corner early on.

Heather Macdonald stepped up to the top of the 'D' and hammered the ball past the Lindum keeper’s outstretched pads.

Macdonald stepped up again minutes later to score her second of the match before Lindum increased their lead.

Lily Rowntree pulled another back.

City of York Ladies II were crowned Yorkshire Women's League premier division winners with a well-earned 2-0 win away at Leeds III.

Captain Vicky Skilton scored the match-winning brace while player-of-the-match Cara Mackay put in an excellent performance in goal.

The day after, the seconds had a resounding 6-0 win at Hull University.

Skilton opened the scoring with a reverse sweep into the bottom corner before Sarah Rogers doubled York’s lead from a short corner routine.

Skilton added a second, plucking the ball out of the air and putting it over the keeper’s head before securing her hat-trick from a one-on-one situation.

In the second half, Abigail Robinson scored her first goal of the season before Rogers earned her brace in the final minute.

City of York Ladies III scraped a 1-0 premier division home win over Northallerton in thanks to Annabel Howells-Lee's strike.

City of York Ladies IV drew 2-2 at home to Ben Rhydding II in division two. Claire Wiggins and Lucy Tate were on target.

City of York Ladies V lost 1-0 at Ben Rhydding V in division five north.

At the foot of the table, City of York VI drew 3-3 with Leeds Adel V thanks to Becky Donovan's brace and Abbi Gibbons' finish.

City of York Hockey Club Men I thumped fellow North League premier division rivals Chester 8-4.

Peter Fitton scored a hat-trick for basement side City as they climbed to within three points of 10-placed Chester.

The game started quickly with Alex Cockram opening his account after 30 seconds in what was his penultimate game of an 18-year first-team career.

Chester equalised before Rupert Bayliss quickly scored a second from a half-volley, and York raced to a 4-1 lead courtesy of Tom Feasby and Tom Anderson.

Chester got a second back before Fitton got his first.

Both Feasby and Chester netted at the start of the second half, and Chester replied with another to reduce the deficit to two.

Fitton scored another two goals to round off a long-awaited hat trick.

City of York II dropped to eighth in east division three south with a 5-3 defeat at now seventh-placed Huddersfield Dragons.

York found themselves 3-0 down after a poor start but clawed back two goals through Danny Ellwood and Richard Laverick-Brown.

Huddersfield found two more goals, with Ellwood netted a second as consolation.

Second in Yorkshire League premier division, City of York III fell to their first defeat of 2020, going down 4-0 at home to table-topping Hull University.

York conceded twice in each half to lose the table-top battle but remain in the promotion places going into the final three games of the season.

Eleventh-placed City of York IV won 2-0 at University of Leeds thanks to goals from Chris Dutton and Jonathan Kilmartin.

City of York V lost 4-1 at division two strugglers Ben Rhydding III. Alex Stephenson got City's consolation.

Fourth-placed in division four north, City of York VII lost 4-3 at Leodis Leeds. Mike Jacobsen, Sam Moore and Tom Feetenby netted for the visitors.

Division five north table-toppers City of York VIII beat ninth-placed Bradford III 4-3 thanks to strikes from Tony Brimble, Neil Reader, James Wilson and David Buckingham.

Tenth-placed City of York IX lost 5-0 at Slazengers IV.

Unbeaten City of York X remain top of Men's Development north division following a 2-2 draw at home to Ben Rhydding VI .

Acomb Hockey Club Men I slipped to a 2-1 defeat at Leeds Adel III in Yorkshire League division one.

The home side took a two-goal advantage into the break before James Tindall pulled one back for the tangerines when set up by Jamie Robinson late on.

Acomb Men II picked up a well-deserved point in a 1-1 draw at Leeds Adel V in division four north.

The Tangerines started strongly in the first half with an early chance coming back off a post but were soon under pressure as Adel pressed forward.

Acomb conceded two penalty corners and the home side took advantage of some sloppy defensive work at the second effort to take the lead with a well-hit strike.

The visitors pushed forward but could not find an equaliser before the break.

Acomb came out strongly in the second half, putting the Adel back line under pressure, and Jonny Brown slotted home from a tight angle to draw level.

Several Adel attacks late in the half produced some excellent defensive work from Acomb to keep their opponents at bay.

Bottom in Yorkshire Women's League division one, Acomb Ladies lost 5-1 at home to mid-table Thirsk II.

The Tangerines conceded two soft goals in the first five minutes while a succession of penalty corners yielded nothing.

Thirsk struck twice more before the break while Acomb pulled one back through Sally Fairweather at a penalty corner on the half-time whistle.

Acomb came more into the game in the second period, especially when the visitors went down to nine after they had been warned about over-the-top stick tackles.

Still, Thirsk were able to get a fifth when the ball went behind keeper Steph Barker and the forward tapped home.