TOCKWITH continued to head up division one of the York Minster Engineering League after a 4-0 triumph at Brooklyn.

Mario Campagna, Adam Fairhurst, Harry Stobert and Rob Thackwray all netted for the visitors.

Pocklington sit second, ahead of Rawcliffe on goal difference, following their 7-3 success over Thorpe United.

Niall Smallwood once again hit the target for Rawcliffe but they were stopped in their tracks by a dominant Riccall United side who registered a 4-1 win.

Luke Durham (2), Josh Brigham and Oliver O'Neill fired Riccall to victory.

Tom Hogg hit his 100th goal for Cliffe in their 4-2 defeat of Wilberfoss. Tom Grundy and Isaac Leach (2) also bagged for the home side. Kirkbymoorside enjoyed a 2-0 triumph at Harrison Signs.

In division two, Strensall saw their promotion hopes take a knock with a 5-4 loss at bogey side Bishopthorpe United.

Danny Franks, Chris Johnson and Charlie Coupland all registered for the visitors but it wasn't enough as a leaky defence proved to be their undoing.

Heworth gained a 2-1 success at Barmby Moor to retain third place, Curtis Barker on target for the home side.

Matthew Fairclough struck twice, and George Jackson once, for Civil Service in a 6-3 defeat at home to Stamford Bridge.

Heslington registered their first victory of the season with a 6-2 success over Huby United.

Danny Cates and Lee Dutton hit the net for Rufforth United in a 2-1 win at Cawood to keep them at the summit of division three. Jamie Forrest replied.

Bubwith player-manager Rob Joy set the example for his side as he hit four goals in a 10-3 triumph over Moor Lane. Will Nicholson also bagged a hat-trick with Elliot Precious Adam Stone and Ryan Sedman the hosts' other marksmen.

Dan Hunter bagged four goals for The Raj as they won 9-1 against Bramham. Malt Shovel put five past Selby Olympia without reply.

With division four leaders Clifford enjoying a free week, Huntington FC made the most of their opportunity to close the gap, defeating Wheldrake 4-1. James Smith hit the visitors' consolation. Pollington also kept in touch after an own goals plus strikes from Brian Robertson, Reece Chapman, Oliver Bremner and Jack Brody sent them to a 5-3 success over St Clement's.

Elm Park scored the only goal in their game at Stillington Sports & Social Club to collect all three points. LNER Builders continued their recent good form with a 3-2 success at Swinton.