WIGGINTON Grasshoppers made it two wins out of two in York Minster Engineering League reserve ‘A’ with a hard-fought 3-2 victory at Old Malton St Mary’s.

Cameron Burdass fired in a brace to put the visitors 2-0 ahead at half-time with James Sutton notching a third in the second half to secure the points for Wiggy.

Will Ella and Craig Mathie gave Pocklington Town a two-goal cushion in their game with Tockwith and it proved to be all-important as a second-half penalty put the visitors back in with a shout.

They could not bridge the gap, though, as Pock finished up 2-1 winners.

Strensall Tigers continued their 100 per cent start to their reserve ‘B’ campaign, defeating Tadcaster Magnets 6-1.

The only team to have taken six points from a possible six, Strensall sit two points clear of Hemingbrough United.

Rawcliffe had goals from Billy Annett and Robbie Macaulay to thank for a 2-1 win at Haxby Town.

Jamie Pickles struck to earn Hemingbrough United a point from their 1-1 home draw with Osbaldwick, for whom Aaron Kirby found the net.

Riccall United top reserve ‘C’ following a 4-1 win over Marton Abbey.

Jamie Bray, Callum Dutton, Daniel Rodwell and Pat Conlon grabbed the goals for Riccall, with Ben Orange hitting Abbey’s sole reply.

Calvin Steele gave Garforth a 1-0 half-time lead at Wheldrake but second-half strikes from Ben Tunningley and George Ledley gained their hosts a 2-1 victory at the final whistle.

Aziz Kir, Bryde Freer and Brandon Read gave Brooklyn a vital three-goal cushion in the first half as they overcame Walnut Tree 3-2.

Tom Lang and Patryk Zimer fired back for the hosts but could not prevent their side suffering defeat.

Harrison Signs gained a 3-0 home success over Heslington.