YORK Minster Engineering League champions Wigginton Grasshoppers could win the second title of a potential treble when they meet Huntington Rovers in the York FA Senior Cup tomorrow.

The decider will be held at Tockwith (2pm) before Hoppers host Poppleton United on Wednesday in the League Senior Cup third round.

Rovers secured a third-placed finish in the premier division with a win in midweek while Grasshoppers had the title sewn up by late April.

Both sides enjoyed 2-0 semi-final wins, with Rovers seeing off hosts Malton & Norton and Wigginton beating Dunnington at home.

The Grasshoppers have come out on top in both league games between the sides this season, winning 2-1 at home in October and 3-1 at Huntington in January.

Saturday also sees Malton & Norton and Sporting Knavesmire meet in a key clash at the bottom. Defeat will relegate either side while a draw will give M&N chance to leapfrog Mire out of the drop zone in their outstanding fixture.

In Huntington’s last game of the season, Lee Bunce hit a hat-trick to help Rovers to a 5-1 win over Tadcaster Magnets, with James Edmond and Chris Dyson also in the goals.

Dringhouses, who had been in contention for third place, finished their season with a lacklustre goalless draw at home to Church Fenton.

Hemingbrough United had a topsy-turvy midweek, winning 3-2 against F1 Racing on Monday before suffering a 4-0 loss at Poppleton United.

Adrian Wood, Iain Blackburn and Craig Rowden scored for Brough in their home win while the visitors’ replies came from regular marksmen Alex Martin and Chris Dempsey.

An own goal added to strikes from Nial Kirby, Luke Wilkinson and Tom Reid secured Poppy’s success on Wednesday.

Cliffe and Riccall United played out a 3-3 draw to finish their respective seasons in the lower half of division one.

Rufforth United will join division three champions Malt Shovel in promotion following a 9-0 demolition of Fulford FC. Danny Cates bagged four, Callum Pattison and Liam Keenaghan both hit doubles and Phil Martin rounded off the scoring.

In the only reserve game in midweek, Dale Stephenson netted for Easingwold Town, but his side were sunk 3-1 at home by Thorpe.

Malt Shovel beat Cawood 4-0 to progress to the League Junior Cup third round.