DUNNINGTON drew first blood in the opening round of the York Minster Engineering League Reserve Cup against Wigginton Grasshoppers.

The draw for the first round served up a mouth-watering tie by pitting old foes Wigginton and Dunnington against each other.

And it is advantage Dunnington, who enjoyed a 2-1 victory in the first leg.

Sam Gough netted for hosts Hoppers.

Malt Shovel beat Huntington Rovers 3-1.

Wilson Briggs netted five in Dringhouses’ 6-2 win at Copmanthorpe. Briggs was returning to St Helen's Road after a spell away.

Reece Botterill hit the other Houses goal, with Tom Paley and Jack Foote replying.

Stamford Bridge beat hosts Marton Abbey 5-0. Darren Brandon, Max Faulkner, Michael Smith, Paul Upton and John Wilmoth all scored.

Civil Service lost 6-0 to visitors Rawcliffe, who had Henry Wharton (2), Sam Smith, Billy Annett, Nick Tate and Tom Himsworth on target.

Tom Ward netted in Osbaldwick’s 4-1 loss to Riccall United. Danny Rodwell, Paul Rodwell, Hedley Ben Harris and Pat Conlon scored for the visitors.

Patryk Zimer, Danny Holmes, Mario Bratowski and Kieron Waterson scored in Walnut Tree’s ding-dong 4-3 success at Rufforth United.

John Parsons, Jake Dunham and Will Snook gave Pocklington Town a 3-0 win over local rivals Wheldrake.

James Anderson got the vital goal in Poppleton United’s 1-0 win at Hemingbrough United.

Fulford United won 3-1 at Garforth.

Matty Webster struck for Brooklyn in a 1-1 draw with Strensall Tigers, for whom Shane Bogg fired home.

Bishopthorpe United and Harrison Signs also drew 1-1.