WIGGINTON Grasshoppers opened up a four-point gap at the top of York Minster Engineering League reserve 'A' division after a 3-2 triumph over title rivals Pocklington Town.

Steve Jarvis’ ninth goal in nine games secured the win for the hosts, with Tom Coates and James Sutton also on target. Liam Serginson and David Abblett replied for Pock.

The result allowed Old Malton St Mary’s to move up to second following their 5-1 win at Church Fenton, in which Andrew Philips scored twice.

Malt can go top if they win their two games in hand. Next week, however, sees first pitted against second.

Huntington Rovers sit fourth after their 4-0 win at home to fifth-placed Thorpe United.

Lee Bunce bagged a brace, and strikes from Finlay Burbridge and Ashley Hill rounded off the scoring.

Ricki Hutton opened the scoring for Hemingbrough in their 3-1 loss at Easingwold, but Jonathan Charters levelled before half-time.

The second period saw Tom Rushworth come off the bench to hit a match-winning brace.

Osbaldwick still lead the charge in reserve 'B' after netting a last-minute winner in a 3-2 victory at Tockwith.

Andrew Bilton, Sam Thompson and Conor Brannigan scored for the visitors with Ryan Sledge and Jim Drew replying.

Poppleton United made it five wins from five with a 4-0 success over Haxby United, with Ryan Williams, Matthew Hodges, Nial Kirby and Ciaran Blondrage getting the goals.

A solitary strike from Phillip Smith was enough to give Tadcaster Magnets a 1-0 win over Dringhouses in the contest between sixth and seventh.

Ben Storey, Edwin Kay and Liam King netted for F1 Racing in their 3-3 draw with Harrison Signs, whose Richard Hunter, Mike Robinson and Wayne Turner ensured honours would be shared.

Wilberfoss’ 3-1 win over Cliffe keeps them top of reserve 'C' on goal difference. Dan Gibney got two and Alex Zachariou scored one.

James Walton scored a consolation goal for Wheldrake against Malt Shovel in a 5-1 loss, while York RI beat Civil Service 6-0. There were doubles for Michael Martin and Aaron North, while Lewis Chipchase and Robert Hodson also both found the net.

William Morrison scored for Rufforth as they went down 2-1 at home to Brooklyn, while Stamford Bridge enjoyed a 6-3 triumph over Fulford.