DUNNINGTON continue to set the pace at the top of the York Minster Engineering premier division and remain a point clear of second-placed Wigginton Grasshoppers after a 2-0 victory at Strensall Tigers.

The win sees Dunnington unbeaten after seven games, racking up 17 points from a sequence of five victories and two draws.

A fairly dull first half between Thorpe United and Wigginton Grasshoppers was lit up by a well-taken goal from the visitors’ first-team debutant Cameron Burdass, who finished a good team move by beating a defender and firing into the far side-netting from a tight angle.

The second period was much more entertaining with both sides creating chances. Jamie Green crossed for Matt Tiplady to slot home before the striker produced a brilliant turn and finish to make it 3-0.

Old Malton St Mary’s beat Hemingbrough United 8-0.

Huntington Rovers’ Jonny Bullivant's hat-trick secured a 3-0 victory over Kirkbymoorside.

F1 Racing picked up their first win of the season after a hard-fought 5-4 victory at Poppleton United.

The hosts' goals came from Reg Miah, Ryan Mumford, Kevin Luke and Brad Worsfold. F1 had a hat-trick from Alex Clarke and a Jonah Tomlin-Kent brace to thank for the win.

Tockwith moved five points clear at the top of division one courtesy of a 3-2 victory over Osbaldwick. The visitors led twice in the game through Jack Brimmell and Mike Hattee, but were pegged back both times by a battling Tockwith performance before a late goal secured the points for the home side.

Malt Shovel kept up their flawless start to the campaign, crushing neighbours Riccall United 8-0. Brad Hall hit another hat-trick, taking his total for the season to nine in three games, with Luke Pearse (2), Deacon Brace, James Butler and Tom Foz also finding the net.

Tom Murden collected a treble for Cliffe as they won 5-1 at Harrison Signs. Tom Hogg and Ben Littlefield bagged the away team’s other goals.

Second-placed Haxby were held 4-4 at Brooklyn. The Malton side’s marksmen were Kingsley Daffern, Matty Reeves, Steve Twamley and Jamie Allen.

The Beagle made it four wins out of four in division two.

A hat-trick from Leigh Dutton and a James Smith brace earned a 5-1 home win over Wheldrake.

Cawood remain two points off the top after a 6-2 triumph at Pollington. Casey Heath (2), Paul Winterburn, Jamie Drury, Ryan Glover and Kyle Wilks scored.

Third-placed Clifford beat Rufforth United 4-2. Wombleton Wanderers saw off fourth-placed Bubwith White Swan 7-1.

Danny Mairs, Rob Carter and Alex Sutherland put Heslington into a 15th-minute three-goal lead in their 3-3 draw with Civil Service, whose Luke Addison (2) and Tommy Medd scored.

In division three, Duncombe Park closed the gap at the top to two points, defeating Wilberfoss 2-0. Rob McDermid scored both goals.

Copmanthorpe went fourth with a 5-2 victory over Crayke United. Robin Bedford (3), Reece Maynard and Steven Ellis scored, with Mark Cobb and Karl Slater replying.

Ben Singleton, Jack Spofforth, Danny Laverick and Kieran Constanzo scored for sixth-placed Fulford in their 4-1 home win over York St John University, whose Tom Brand got the consolation.

Mark Jackson (2), Daniel Marston (2) and an own goal saw Helperby to a 5-2 win over Church Fenton. Stephen James and Aiden Rucklidge replied.

Daniel Middleton (3), Mohammed Hoque (2), Callum Richardson, Dan Morgan and Lee Jones scored as division four leaders South Milford went three points clear with an 8-0 win over LNER Builders.

Marton Abbey beat Kellingly Welfare 3-2 with goals from Jack Hulse, Oliver Hall and Adam Galloway. James Mitchell and Elliott Rhodes replied.

Josh Farrow and Thomas Walsh scored in York RI's 2-2 draw with Sporting Knavesmire, whose Jamie Rutherford and Sam Bibby netted.

Robbie Tomlinson (2) and Dominic Ashworth scored in Howden's 3-1 win at Bishop Wilton. Liam Mortimer got the consolation.

Michael Cobb (3), David James and Ben Laycock struck in Thirsk Falcons' 7-5 defeat at Elvington Harriers.