LEEPER Hare York and District Football League premier division leaders Huntington crashed to their first home defeat in 12 games as they lost 2-1 at home to Malton & Norton.

Chris Dyson gave Huntington an early lead but Simon Collins struck twice to earn the Ryedale side their first win over Huntington in eight games.

Nestl's unbeaten away run of five games came to an end at Kartiers as James Barrett provided the cross for Matt Cooper to score the only goal of the game.

Dunnington beat T & L Selby 3-2 as Chris Burgess, Steve Hadden and Tom Richardson shared their goals.

Pocklington are still looking for their first away win in ten matches after they were defeated 3-0 at Heslington where John Thornton (2) and Stuart Dickenson were on target.

York St John's extracted mighty revenge for the eight-goal mauling they suffered earlier in the season at the hands of Wigginton as they ran riot in the return fixture, winning 7-1. The students, who had lost the last four meetings with Grasshoppers, shared their goals between Rich Golding (3), Mike Craig, Neil Fryer, Richard Holden and Jack White. Dave Thompson hit Wiggington's only reply.

Hemingbrough, with goals from Danny Smith and Steve Harrison looked to be heading for division two victory at Post Office.

But the home side snatched all three points with late goals from Jamie Robinson and Michael Cooper to add to Robinson's first half goal.

Andy Jones twice equalised for ten man Selby RSSC at Fulford, who had taken the lead with a Steve Illing penalty and then a Mark Ratcliffe goal.

Moor Lane registered their first home win in seven after beating New Earswick 2-1. Scott Nicholls gave the visitors the lead before Andrew Kenyon levelled. Kenyon then headed on a free-kick for sub Danny Yeats to net a late winner.

The top two sides in division three both hit five goals.

Rawcliffe won 5-0 at Melbourne sharing their goals between Dave Stoner, Dave Hartas, Andy Chapman (2) and Kev O'Reilly.

Stillington won 5-2 at home to Heworth, with their tally coming from Paul Floyd (2) Steve Johnson, Gavin Watts and Spencer Martin. Garth Sullivan and Ben Branigan replied for Heworth.

Third placed St Clement's dropped two home points after being held to a 3-3 with LNER Builders.

Two goals from Danny Peace gave St Clement's the half-time lead but Builders hit after the break as Tudor Carrington, Kyle Nicholl and Andy Tomlinson all scored but Simon Kehoe hit the equaliser five minutes from time.

Chris Segar scored four times for Norton in their 7-0 win over North Duffield with Dave Allen, Stuart Ellis and Tom Bottomley completing the rout.

Robin Ruston scored all Wheldrake's goals in their 3-3 draw with Bishop Wilton, the visitors equalising two minutes from time.