DUNNINGTON moved four points clear at the top of York Minster Engineering League reserve 'A' before the curtain was brought down on the competition last week.

All games for the York Minster Engineering League and the Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League were postponed until further notice, in accordance with FA guidelines.

Fin Smith hit a brace in Dunnington's 3-0 defeat of Wigginton Grasshoppers, with Simon Castle adding a single goal for the hosts.

Jamie Scott found the target on his debut for Huntington Rovers but, despite Lewis Musgrave scoring a second, his side were sunk 4-2 by third-placed Dringhouses.

Adam Stobert and Chris Clark fired Tockwith to a 2-0 success at Poppleton United.

Adam Falkingham netted a consolation for Pocklington Town in a 3-1 home defeat to Thorpe United.

Rufforth United moved to within a point of Malt Shovel at the top of reserve 'C' with a 6-1 rout of Bishopthorpe United.

Jack Bywater led the scoring with two goals and was ably supported by efforts from Kieran Nelson, Dylan Howlett and Danny Wood. An own goal rounded off the Rufforth scoring.

Marlon Bentley, Will Deakin and Sam Benn helped Tadcaster Magnets claim the points from their clash with Stamford Bridge. Max Faulkner replied for the hosts, who went down 3-1.

Jimmy Jacques, Joe Hickey, Lucas Wilson and Adam Thornton fired Osbaldwick to a 4-1 success over Hemingbrough United.

Stephen Athukorala struck the only goal of the game as F1 Racing were triumphant at Haxby Town.

Harrison Signs gained an unexpected 1-0 success over Fulford in reserve 'C' to move out of the bottom two.

Corey Littlefield hit a hat-trick for Cliffe as they saw off Civil Service 5-0. Dan Richardson and Sean Gallagher completed the scoring.

Russ Carr struck twice for Heslington at Brooklyn but could not prevent his side succumbing to a 3-2 loss.

Martyn Fielden bagged a brace for Wheldrake in their match with Wilberfoss but an own goal and a Jake Whitfield double strike meant that the visitors left with the points.

The York Sunday Morning League's final round of games saw goals galore in the two division one games that received the green light.

Louis Wilson took the spotlight in Haxby Town's 7-2 defeat of Bramham, hitting a hat-trick in the win. Adam Chaplin (2), Jonny Jackson and Will Plews also weighed in with goals.

Dexter Lynch and Connor Wade netted for Tang Hall WMC but could not prevent their side suffering a 6-2 defeat to visitors Bishopthorpe.

In division two, Elvington Harriers ran riot at FC Pollington, winning by a sizeable 10-1 margin.

Dan Lister (3), James Hampshire (2), Tom Andrew (2), Alex Martin, Callum Smith and Will Amesbury collected the Harriers' haul.

Walnut Tree also had their shooting boots on, hammering Selby Olympia 9-2.

Dan Zimer (2), Connor Watson (2), Nathan Lambert, Oliver Shimmim, Pete Baird and Diego Perdisci all made the scoresheet for the home side.

With 13 wins from 13, Atlanta still lead the way at the top of the league, 15 points ahead of second-placed Wigginton Grasshoppers in division one.