WIGGINTON Grasshoppers’ Cameron Burdass took his total for the season to ten goals with a hat-trick at Tockwith but, despite his side enjoying an early two-goal cushion, they could not prevent a Tockwith comeback as the hosts rallied to win the game 4-3 with the winner coming via virtually the last kick of the game.

Huntington Rovers drew 3-3 at home to Thorpe United thanks to goals from Gary Mitchinson (2) and Alex Hields. Old Malton St Mary’s did a demolition job on Easingwold Town, defeating their opponents by thirteen goals to one, moving to second place in the table in the process.

Second-placed Rawcliffe made light work of Tadcaster Magnets in their Reserve B clash, putting nine past their opponents without reply.

Liam King and Josh Bean both hit hat-tricks in the win with Rob Macaulay and Tom Himsworth also finding the target. An own goal completed the Rawcliffe scoring.

Troy Greening, James Jacques and Liam Haigh steered Osbaldwick to a 3-1 win at Copmanthorpe.

Riccall United continued their 100 per cent start to their Reserve C adventure with a 6-2 victory over Wheldrake.

Patrick Conlon (2), Danny Rodwell, Steve Morton, Josh Bell and Jamie Bray netted for the home side.

Garforth LG also have a perfect record as strikes from Adam Tibbs and Calvin Steel saw them take the points from their match with Walnut Tree, winning by two goals to nil.

Kieran Ledger scored a hat-trick for Civil Service as they sunk Heslington, scoring four without response.

Duncan Urquhart wrapped up the win in the second period.

Marton Abbey defeated Harrison Signs by two goals to one, whilst Fulford were victorious over Wilberfoss by the same score line.