POCKLINGTON Town they closed the gap on leaders Wigginton Grasshoppers with a 7-1 win over Thorpe United in the reserve 'A' division of the York Minster Engineering League.

Jonathan Parsons (2), Joe Richardson (2), Sam Parkinson, Jack Holman and Mark Sissons shared the plunder.

The table-toppers were held to a 1-1 draw, a Luke Roberts' free-kick bringing them level after Old Malton St Mary's had taken an early lead.

Defending champions Huntington Rovers made light work of Hemingbrough United, winning 7-2.

Ricki Hutton and Luke Zacharenko notched for the home side but they were outgunned by Lee Bunce (3), Finlay Burbidge, Ash Hill, Luke Whittaker and Dominic Colley.

Copmanthorpe defeated Easingwold Town with a first-half effort from Stelios Kamnakis.

Dunnington returned to form, hammering Malton & Norton 9-1. Andy Rose (3), Joe Allerton (2), Will Freeman, Callum Davies, Simon Castle and Craig Theaker bagged the home team's goals.

Osbaldwick won the top-of-the-table clash in reserve 'B' as goals from Nick Lawrie and Paul Crangle gave them a 2-1 win over Poppleton United.

Third-placed Bishopthorpe were held 3-3 at home by Harrison Signs, who had strikes from Warren Lowe, Joe Broughton and Jake Brassey to thank for their point.

Tockwith sit fourth after putting nine past Tadcaster Magnets without reply.

Dringhouses came from behind to draw 3-3 at F1 Racing. Myles Frodsham, Cameron Loftus and Tom Hawksby bagged for the visitors who had been trailing 3-0 after earlier efforts from Milan Manandhar (2) and Liam Long had seen F1 assume a commanding lead.

Wilberfoss defeated Civil Service 5-0 in reserve 'C'. The only other game in the division ended goalless as Stamford Bridge and Cliffe shared the points.