GOALS were the order of the day in York Minster Engineering League Reserve A, with the four games producing no less than 37 between them, writes Graham Ireton.

Leaders Wigginton Grasshoppers found themselves constantly pegged back by Poppleton United, who came back from 4-2 and 6-4 down to register a 6-6 draw.

Cameron Burdass (2), James Sutton (2), Tom Kite and Tom Coates netted for Wiggy with James Anderson, Nathan Lambert, Scott Backhouse and Joe Schofield (2) replied for Poppleton. Daniel King hit the final goal of the game for the hosts.

Reece Botterill, Sam Lake and Myles Frodsham were on target for Dringhouses in a 3-3 draw with Old Malton St Mary’s.

Huntington Rovers scored a 10-1 success at Rufforth United. Josh Goodway hit a hat-trick and Ashley Hill bagged a brace in the game to help Rovers nicely on their way with Adam McMahon firing Rufforth’s consolation effort.

Tom Knight (2), Charlie Wilson (2) and Anthony Jennings claimed the plaudits as Thorpe United defeated Tockwith 5-3.

Strensall Tigers maintained their perfect start in Reserve B with a 5-2 success over Osbaldwick. Gareth Hirst, Lennon Grayson, John Patrick, Johnny Cooper and Lee Bunce netted for the visitors. Matty O’Connell and Jimmy Jacques struck for Osbaldwick.

Malt Shovel made it two wins from two as goals from Declan Coulthard and Kie Latham gave them a 2-1 triumph over Tadcaster Magnets.

Rawcliffe and Stamford Bridge drew 2-2, with Jack Stevenson and Billy Annett finding the net for the hosts and Josh Hannan and Johnathon Rawsthorne netting for Bridge.

Cliffe lost 4-3 against Haxby Town and Bishopthorpe United defeated Copmanthorpe 3-2. Marton Abbey secured a 6-1 Reserve C success at Heslington while Civil Service defeated Harrison Signs 3-1 and Garforth saw off Wheldrake 4-2.