MALTON & Norton pulled off a mighty shock in the York Minster Engineering League premier division as they beat leaders Old Malton St Mary's in an action-packed derby.

M&N went into the game on the back of a decent run but, sitting in the lower reaches, they were still sizeable underdogs against the title contenders - yet, despite having a man sent off, they won 3-1.

The result saw St Mary's overtaken at the top of the table by defending champions Wigginton Grasshoppers who edged Dringhouses 3-2.

Simon Reeves put Malton & Norton into an early lead, and their advantage was soon doubled when an Old Malton defender put through his own net.

The visitors reduced the deficit before the break but Reeves popped up again in the second half to make it 3-1.

Saints were still not out of the game and won a penalty, only to see Chris Bingham produce a fantastic save to deny Darren Dunning.

Malton & Norton were reduced to 10 men with 20 minutes to go following a red card but defended resolutely to collect the points.

Wigginton capitalised on St Mary's slip, but were made to work hard for their points by a determined Dringhouses side.

A scrappy first half saw Grasshoppers take an early lead through Matthew Tiplady before Dringhouses equalised on the half-hour with an excellent lob from James Green.

A better flowing second period saw Hoppers nose ahead as Gary Newton scored from the spot following a foul on Tiplady.

Again Houses pulled level when Liam Robertson fired home through a crowded penalty area but the points went Wigginton's way when Jordan Holt headed into the path of Tiplady, the striker completing his brace from close range.

Huntington had groundsman Dick Kendall to thank for some magnificent repair work that allowed their game with Osbaldwick to go ahead, and they duly leapfrogged their opponents into third position in the league.

The hosts were two up inside 15 minutes through efforts from Liam Flanagan and Jon James but Osso fought back thanks to a stunning strike from Chris Bilton.

Oliver Green then levelled the match on the stroke of half-time and an evenly-fought contest was finally resolved when Chris Dyson headed home Elliot Fenton's corner in the 75th minute to secure a 3-2 victory for Rovers.

Fifth-placed Dunnington trailed to lowly Tadcaster Magnets with an hour gone but hit back in style thanks to a John Heads piledriver. Jake Hall then slotted home his third goal in three games to clinch the points for the Common Road side.

Darren Sellars and Michael Martin struck to give York RI only their second victory of term in a shock 2-1 win at Church Fenton.

Sporting Knavesmire put in a spirited performance as they drew 3-3 at F1 Racing - Andrew Simpson a hat-trick hero.

Chris Dempsey put the hosts into the lead but Simpson equalised on the half-hour. Dempsey's second made it 2-1 at the interval but, with F1 temporarily down to 10 men as a player received treatment, Simpson hit his second, too, to again level matters.

In the 75th minute, Knavesmire went ahead for the first time as Simpson completed his hat-trick. F1 threw everything at the visitors in search of an equaliser and were finally rewarded when Alex Martin fired home with three minutes to go.