YORK City suffered their first Blue Square Premier defeat under Colin Walker as they went down 3-1 at Histon.

The Minstermen slipped to 11th place in the table after the Glass World Stadium reverse, 11 points away from the play-off zone.

Jack Midson put Histon ahead in the fourth minute and Nathaniel Knight-Percival made it 2-0 after 16 minutes.

City's Nicky Wroe pulled a goal back from the penalty spot and then had a quickly-taken free-kick strike ruled out by the referee.

Midson's second goal in the 50th minute sealed York's fate and earned Histon a memorable double, following their 4-1 win at KitKat Crescent earlier in the campaign.

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