STRENSALL Tigers sprung a shock in the York & District FA Senior Cup to set up a final meeting with Wigginton Grasshoppers.

Joe Davison and Kieran Harris struck to see off York Minster Engineering League front-runners Dunnington 2-1 in the semi-finals.

Hosts Dunnington halved the deficit with a late penalty after Harris had also scored from the spot to ensure Strensall - eighth in the premier division - will meet Hoppers on May 1.

Wigginton saw off holders Dringhouses 4-1 to progress to the final.

Hoppers took an early lead at Mill Lane when Jamie Green crossed for Kain Rogerson to volley home, only to see their advantage cancelled out shortly after via a Liam Robertson penalty.

Dringhouses then began to assert themselves and controlled much of the remainder of the half without converting any of their chances.

The hosts came out firing in the second half saw the home side come out firing and it took just three minutes for Harry Clapham to restore their lead, stabbing home a Neale Holmes corner to make it 2-1.

Just minutes later, Wiggy extended their lead, Clapham outpacing the Dringhouses back line from halfway to slot home.

Matthew Tiplady completed the scoring with 20 minutes remaining, heading a Clapham cross beyond Nick Lock and into the far corner of the visitors' goal.

In the Junior Cup quarter-finals, Dunnington Reserves needed penalties to get past Pocklington Town. After a goalless draw, Dunnington won 5-4 on spot kicks.

Howden won 5-2 at Elvington Harriers and Wombleton Wanderers beat visiting Crayke United 5-1.