CITY of York Hockey Club Ladies I lost their second game on the bounce in Yorkshire & North East Women's League premier division, going down 3-1 at home to Stokesley I.

The Minster city outfit sit sixth, with the defeat to the third-from-bottom outfit following the previous week's loss to Harrogate I.

With 26 points, City are 14 points behind third-placed Newcastle University I, whom they visit on Saturday.

City of York II lost 2-1 at University of Leeds I in division one Yorkshire.

Vicky Skilton gave York an early lead after good work from Ali Couttie, and almost doubled City's advantage in the second half but was denied agonisingly by a post.

York's player-of-the-match Eleanor Brown had been excellent in defence but was unable to prevent Leeds netting two goals in the final 10 minutes.

City of York III went down 1-0 at home to Thirsk II in division one moor & dale, despite good contributions from their younger players and taking a risk in the last 10 minutes by taking off their goalkeeper to field 11 outfield players.

Acomb lost 2-1 at Spen Valley I in division two moor & dale.

City of York V enjoyed a 3-0 home win over club-mates City of York VII in division one moor.

Becky Copperthwaite breached the VII's committed defence in the first half before netting a second after the restart, with Holly Clayden also on target.

City of York VI impressed with a battling display in a 1-1 draw at Northallerton II in division one moor.

From the outset, City applied good pressure, making the home team work for the ball, and were disallowed a goal in the first half when Lucy Farnell smashed into a top corner.

Lydia Waters put City ahead after a scramble in the 'D' but Northallerton levelled in the second half from a short corner.

City thought they had a winner late on but Lucy Jones' effort was ruled to have not crossed the line.

City of York Hockey Club Men I had a mixed week in Yorkshire & North East League premier division, winning at Sheffield Hallam II before losing at Leeds II.

On Thursday night, Alex Cockram netted the only goal of the rearranged game in South Yorkshire to maintain City's drive for the top three.

Their ambitions took a bit of a hit when they were leapfrogged into third on Saturday by opponents Leeds, who made the most of some fatigue among the York players.

Cockram was again on target and Jamie Clarke netted before the break to make it 2-2 but - with only one substitute due to an injury in the warm-up - City were outpointed in the second half.

Jack Fletcher hit a hat-trick for City of York II in their 5-0 home win over Sheffield University Bankers in division one Yorkshire.

Zak Perryman and Tom Gilbert were also on target as City moved away from the bottom of the table.

In the midweek prior, City II beat struggling club-mates City of York III 5-2.

Fletcher netted a brace, with Perryman, Gilbert and James Fitton adding for the victors, who were 4-0 up by the break.

Peter Bennett and Sam Aldous replied for second-from-bottom City III.

City III had no reply to Slazenger I at the weekend, going down 7-0 in Wakefield.

Second from bottom in division two Yorkshire, City of York IV drew 3-3 at home to Wakefield III.

Paul Rowntree was on target for fourth-placed City of York V in their 1-1 draw with Harrogate IV in division one moor & dale.

In the same division, Acomb I beat Leeds VI 4-0.

City of York VI won 3-1 at Ben Rhydding III in division two moor & dale.

The hosts took the lead from a penalty flick but a brace from Tom Feetenby and a single strike from Harry Hayes turned the game on its head.

City of York VII lost 3-0 at home to fellow division two moor & dale strugglers Boston Spa II.

City of York X beat Bradford Development 6-1 in North League Men's Development north division.

Showcasing a more passing-based style of play, City opened the scoring through Zak Fraser but Bradford levelled soon after.

City pulled away thereafter, though, with Ernest Wordsworth netting a brace, Fraser getting his second and Rohan Korolkiewicz striking twice.