POCKLINGTON Town won the York Minster Engineering League Reserve Cup by beating Dunnington 4-1.

It took just five minutes for Pock to take the lead, Craig Margie firing home from 10 yards out.

A determined run and powerful finish from Jake Dunham on the half-hour mark doubled Town’s lead before Dunnington registered a goal through captain James Walker straight after the break.

A pivotal moment in the game at 2-1 saw a Dunnington penalty claim waved away by the referee shortly after.

To add to Dunnington’s woes, Pocklington went straight down the other end and scored, a pinpoint cross headed into the far corner by Jimmy Drewery.

A magnificent strike by Dunham a quarter-of-an-hour from time wrapped up the win.

Huntington Rovers secured the Reserve Shield following a 2-0 success over local rivals Strensall Tigers.

Rovers started on the front foot and within 10 minutes were ahead when a placed shot from Dan Marshall found the net from 18 yards.

Huntington continued to dominate and won a penalty from a mistimed sliding tackle. It was well saved, though, by the Strensall keeper.

The dominant Rovers continued to create chances. Marshall had the keeper beaten again with an overhead kick effort only to see it strike the post.

When Strensall got a grip of the game and started to enjoy a bit more possession in the last 10 minutes of the first half, they created a decent chance from a header but Rovers captain Gary Mitchinson was well placed to clear the ball off the goal-line.

Strensall started the better side in the second half but played a lot of long balls forward which were dealt with by the Rovers defence.

A nice run on the left-hand side by Ryan Banks and a drilled cross to the back post allowed Ben Calam to volley in for 2-0.

Rovers then saw the game out and were unlucky not to go further ahead through chances for Lewis Humphries and Dan Marshall.

A league spokesperson added: "The York Minster Engineering League would like to thank Dunnington, Strensall Tigers and all other clubs who have, or will, host finals this season during the current Covid restrictions.

"The league committee are also delighted to announce that, largely thanks to the support of their sponsor Minster Engineering Ltd, entry fees for current clubs renewing with the league next season will be discounted to just £10 per team."