THE lead in the York Minster Engineering League Premier Division changed hands once again as Wigginton Grasshoppers moved into pole position following a 9-1 defeat of Easingwold Town, writes Graham Ireton.

Cameron Burdass came off the bench to score a second-half hat-trick and lead the scoring charts on the day, with Max Bauer, James Edmond, Jamie Green, Gary Newton and Matt Tiplady also obliging.

Easingwold's consolation came courtesy of an own goal.

Unbeaten Dunnington sit in second place and can move to the summit if they win their game in hand.

The Common Road side kept up their momentum with a 2-1 defeat of Dringhouses thanks to a Tom Anderson header and a 35-yard strike from Dan Lister. Sam Drake netted for 'Houses.

Rawcliffe moved up into fourth spot, behind Old Malton St Mary's, after defeating Strensall Tigers 2-1.

Josh Winn had given the visitors the lead straight after half-time, but an own goal and a James Rothel strike saw Rawcliffe collect the points.

F1 Racing continued their good form and steady climb up the table with an impressive 4-3 defeat of Huntington Rovers.

Alex Clark bagged a hat-trick for the hosts with Dan Hickey getting a decisive fourth.

Jon Paul Vass, and Ash Hope found the net for Rovers, with an own goal completing their tally.

Tadcaster Magnets picked up their first league victory of the season as they beat struggling Hemingbrough United 6-0.

Tom Charlesworth sent home four of their goals with Tom Taylor and Harry Watson also on the score sheet.

Liam King (2), Alex Janes and Jay Carter helped Poppleton United to get the better of a seven-goal thriller with Kirkbymoorside.

Rob Hague and Joshua Berry (2) responded for the away side.

Osbaldwick maintained their 100 per cent record in division by making it three from three after their 3-1 win at Stamford Bridge.

Conner Campbell, Jack Brimmell and Oliver Green fired the league leaders to their success with Nathan Spreckley making the score sheet for the hosts.

Haxby Town are just two points adrift of the top, and maintained their bright start with two second-half goals to sink Brooklyn. James Kirby and Dan Clipston ensured the 2-0 success.

Casey Heath (2) and Lewis Hall were on target for Cawood in a 3-2 defeat of Bishopthorpe White Rose.