YORK St John's notched up their fourth consecutive Reserve A' 2-1 away win on Saturday.

They trailed at New Earswick to a James Cook goal but took the points with second half goals from Tom Shirley and Steve Danby.

Leaders Dringhouses beat Copmanthorpe with goals from Carl Stewart and Stewart Jenkins.

Dunnington moved into second place following their 1-0 win at home to Rufforth, Mathew Cowan scoring the only goal 10 minutes from the end.

Kartiers recorded their first win in six games as they defeated Pocklington 3-1 with goals from Richard Taylor and Simon Hewitt (2).

Thorpe Utd beat Old Malton 3-2 to record their first home win in five. Thorpe's goals came from Shane Singleton, an own goal and Mel Jobling, with Mike Brown and Paul Scaling replying for the visitors.

Huntington took a sixth minute lead against Nestl Rowntree through Garth Hurst but crumbled to a 5-1 defeat as Robert Sidonio (3) and Luke Brownbridge (2) struck.