DUNNINGTON will face Huntington Rovers in the semi-finals of the York Minster Engineering League Senior Cup following their 2-1 victory over Hemingbrough United.

Tom Anderson and Isaac Overton fired the Common Road side to success to set up the dual with Rovers, who defeated F1 Racing on Saturday.

York FA Cup finalists Strensall Tigers await the winner of the remaining quarter-final in the other match after defeating Kirkbymoorside 2-1.

Jack Bell and Joe Davison struck to arrange a semi-final appointment with Wigginton Grasshoppers or Osbaldwick, who meet next week at Wigginton.

South Milford made their way into the semi-finals of the League Junior Cup with a convincing 7-2 defeat of York St John University.

Tom Micklethwaite-Charles led the scoring with five goals. Rory McCrea and Adam Priestley also netted.

Jake Dunn and Kieran Graham hit the students' replies.

Rufforth United also made the penultimate stage thanks to a 7-3 home win over Civil Service.

Brad Walters hit four goals for Rufforth in the win with Danny Wood, Liam Keenaghan and Callum Pattison also finding the net.

Ben Dale and Alex Day (2) responded for Civil Service, whose cause was not helped by receiving a total of three red cards.

Helperby United moved past Duncombe Park, winning 5-3.

Finlay Smith struck a hat-trick for Dunnington in their 5-3 win at Malt Shovel.

Andrew Rose and Will Freeman also hit the target with Declan Coulthard, Cameron Crowder and Lewis Foschi bagging for the hosts.

Jack Moore netted for Fulford at Old Malton St Mary's but could not prevent his side slumping to a 3-1 defeat.

Jamie Bray and Callum Dutton fired home for Riccall United in a 2-2 draw with Dringhouses. Riccall held their nerve to progress on penalties.

Malt Shovel progressed in the League Senior Shield thanks to a late thunderbolt, as player-manager Chris Harkin rolled back the years to seal a 2-1 win at Haxby Town.

Charlie Harvey hit the other Shovel goal.

Pocklington also went through with a 3-1 victory at Bishopthorpe United.

Will Moss struck for Sporting Knavesmire but could not prevent them losing as they were defeated 2-1 by The Beagle in the Junior Shield.

Selby Olympia beat LNER Builders 3-0 to advance to the next round.