HEMINGBROUGH United provided the shock of the day in the York Minster Engineering League premier division - defeating title contenders Dunnington 3-1 on their own Common Road turf.

Dunnington, who had only conceded four goals in their previous nine matches, had no answer to a Brough side that wrestled control of the game early on and never looked back.

Their victory came courtesy of strikes from David Whittaker, Jamie Wheeler and Tom Collins. Rob Chipps hit Dunnington's consolation.

Old Malton St Mary's continue to lead the division following a bloodless 8-0 defeat of Tadcaster Magnets - bouncing back from their 2-1 derby defeat to Malton & Norton in the York FA Cup last week.

Marcus Godsell led the way with a four-goal haul, with man-of-the-match Tom Hoggard (2), player-boss Darren Dunning and Andrew Phillips also on target.

Wigginton Grasshoppers remain a point behind Saints after beating Malton & Norton 6-0 - although they had to survive a shaky opening 10 minutes of pressure as the away side, bolstered by last week's cup win, piled on the early pressure.

M&N could not capitalise on their possession and instead fell behind to a Gary Newton penalty, which opened the door for further goals for the hosts.

Jamie Willstrop finished off Jordan Holt's cross after the centre-back went on a mazy run from half-way, and Willstrop got his second after the interval with a fantastic solo.

Matt Tiplady made it 4-0 with 20 minutes to play, and 16-year-old Kain Rogerson bagged a quick-fire double late on.

Osbaldwick's youth policy continues to pay off with 17-year-olds Isaac Clark and Dan Davison (2) firing them to victory again, this time with a 3-1 triumph over Sporting Knavesmire. Andrew Simpson hit the Poppleton-based side's reply.

Evergreen Chris Dyson set Huntington Rovers on the way to a 4-0 victory over York RI, producing a deft headed goal after 10 minutes.

The striker doubled his tally before a fantastic Pete Laidlaw half-volley gave the hosts a comfortable 3-0 half-time lead. Jack Leeming hit the only goal of the second period as Rovers climbed back up to third place.

The bad weather took its toll on division one action, with Thorpe United's 3-2 win over Riccall United the only game to survive the melting snow. Paul Moran (2) and Jonathan Wileman fired Thorpe back to the top of the table.