WIGGINTON Grasshoppers moved five points clear at the top of York Minster Engineering League Reserve A following their 4-2 victory at rivals Old Malton St Mary's.

Steve Jarvis and Tom Coates fired in two goals apiece for the visitors.

Defending champions Huntington Rovers moved into second spot with two games in hand, as Lee Bunce, Joe Hardcastle, Ash Hill and Finlay Burbridge scored in their 4-1 success over Copmanthorpe.

Oliver Lawrence and Dale Stephenson struck for Easingwold Town in a 2-1 triumph over Malton & Norton, whose Curtis Pickering hit a consolation.

In Reserve B, Rob Hutton scored twice and Mike O'Shaunnessey, Tom Hawsby and Cameron Hall all found the net for Dringhouses at home to Poppleton, but leaky defences were the order of the day as the hosts sunk to a 6-5 defeat.

Poppleton remain four points behind Osbaldwick, who recorded a 4-2 win over F1 Racing.

Nick Lawrie got two and Harry Cartledge and Matty O'Connell both hit the net for Osso, with Scott Pollington-Woods twice replying for F1.

Johnny Jackson and Ryan Peart both fired hat-tricks for Haxby Town in their 7-1 win over Tadcaster Magnets. Joe Evans rounded off the scoring for the home side.

Brooklyn caused a minor upset in Reserve C, holding leaders Malt Shovel to a 2-2 stalemate.

York RI’s Michael Martin scored two and Simon Marshall and James Penrose got one each as they enjoyed a 4-3 win at Fulford, whose Richard Fletcher got a hat-trick.

Corey Littlefield hit a brace for Cliffe on his debut as his new side cruised to an 8-0 win over Wheldrake.

Paul Tiffany and Callum Petch scored two each, while Bailey Smurthwaite and Tom Grundy also netted.

Taieb Slimene, Karl Slater, Oliver Cook and Mark Lund fired Civil Service to a 4-1 win over Rufforth United.