DIVISION two high-fliers Strensall continued their promotion charge in the York Minster Engineering League with a 6-1 mauling of Stamford Bridge.

The visitors raced into a 4-0 half time lead thanks to efforts from Jack Bell, Ali Stelmach and Alex Burton (2). Jason Heslop and Liam Wingfield rounded off their scoring in the second period.

Barmby Moor also have their eye on division one and gained a bloodless 4-0 victory at Civil Service.

Bramham's season goes from bad to worse as they suffered another defeat in division three, losing 4-0 to Cawood.

Jean-Pierre Grenier, Ben Bloxham, Casey Heath and Phillip Wickham inflicted the damage for the away side.

Rhys Turbine and Jay Coop scored to help Fulford to continue their recent good form with a 2-0 triumph over Selby Olympia.

Clifford continue to lead the way in division four following their 3-1 win at Stillington Sports & Social Club, for whom Garry Goodwin hit a consolation goal.

Amos Laverack (2), Dan Hall (2) and Lewis Mortimer netted for second-placed Elm Park in a 5-2 victory at Swinton.

An own goal allied to strikes from Liam Deller and Alfie Deighton allowed Pollington to stay firmly in touch with the title race as they defeated Wheldrake 3-2.

Regular marksman James Smith hit both of the away side's goals.

LNER Builders edged a nine-goal thriller at Huntington FC by the odd goal.

The game between first and second in reserve 'A' ended all-square after Pocklington Town twice came from behind to deny Wigginton Grasshoppers the win.

Nathan Walker and Joe Richardson hit the home side's goals to rescue a point after Mark Scoreby and Steve Jarvis had twice nosed Wiggy into the lead.

Old Malton St Mary's made light work of Easingwold Town, scoring five without reply. Neighbours Malton & Norton secured their first victory of the season with a 3-0 triumph at Hemingbrough United.

In reserve 'B', second-placed Poppleton United were hit for six by Dringhouses, who counted Joe Rawcliffe and Sam Backhouse among their scorers in a convincing 6-0 success.

Matt Dawson and Mike Fell hit the target for Haxby Town as they defeated Bishopthorpe United 2-1.

Dan Hickey collected a hat-trick in F1 Racing's 5-2 win at Tadcaster Magnets. Edwin Kay and Ben Calverley completed the visitors' scoring, with Thomas Broadbent and Hugh Barlow replying for the hosts.

In reserve 'C', Will Wood and Dean Gledhill found the net for Stamford Bridge in a 2-2 share-all with York RI. Conner Larner and Michael Martin hit the home side's goals.

Wilberfoss put in a dominant performance to see off Wheldrake 12-0.