WIGGINTON Grasshoppers were the only side in the top four of the York Minster Engineering League reserve 'A' division to play - and the table-toppers made the most of this opportunity to stretch their lead at the summit.

Wiggy won 4-0 at Hemingbrough United with Alessandro Delrio hitting a stunning long-range volley for the visitors to set them on their way.

Tom Coates (2) and James Sutton also found the target.

Simon Castle hit a brace for Dunnington in their 3-1 success over Copmanthorpe, with Callum Davies completing their scoring. Cop's reply came courtesy of an own goal.

Steve Hoggard fired a hat-trick to earn Malton & Norton a point from a 3-3 draw at Thorpe United.

F1 Racing gained a huge win over Haxby Town in reserve 'B', defeating their visitors 6-1.

Liam King (2), Hanrik Aas, Ben Calverley, Ed Kay and Tich Mashumba fired them to success, with Tom Maskell replying for Town.

Stuart Algar saved two penalties for Harrison Signs as they gained a 6-2 victory over Tockwith. Jacob Green (2), Joe Broughton, Jim Allerton, Warren Lowe and Martin Schurtzmann all found the target.

Bishopthorpe United cruised to a 7-0 victory over bottom club Heworth.

Reserve 'C' leaders Malt Shovel were held to a goalless draw by York Railway Institute, while Stamford Bridge defeated Brooklyn 7-1 in the only other action in the bottom tier.