DUNNINGTON ‘S Robert Rubira struck the only goal of the game against Pocklington Town to help his team open up a six-point lead at the top of the York Minster Engineering League’s Reserve A table.

Second-placed Thorpe United still have two games in hand on their rivals, though, whilst Huntington Rovers ran out 6-0 victors over Osbaldwick with Josh Whaite netting on his return from a long lay-off as Charlie Ward, Ash Hill, Paul Scaife and Lee Bunce (2) joined him on the scoresheet.

Wigginton Grasshoppers defeated Old Malton St Mary’s 2-1 courtesy of Jack Green’s penalty and a Mackenzie Nichol with Ian Kerr responding.

Ryan Williamson and Joe Schofield hit the target for Poppleton United in a 2-2 draw with Hemingbrough United.

With Reserve B leaders Dringhouses on a free week, Tockwith returned to the summit, as Jim Drew hit a hat-trick in a 6-2 victory at Stamford Bridge.

Ed Greaves, Jack Parkinson and Steve Gay also found the net.

Haxby Town sit third following their 7-1 triumph at Bishopthorpe, while Malton & Norton put five past goal-less Wilberfoss.

F1 Racing shared the spoils in an eight-goal thriller against Malt Shovel, with George Misailidas (2), Joel Gallagher-Coates and Tyler Carlisle their marksmen.

In Reserve C, leaders Rawcliffe fought back from 2-0 down at Cliffe to take the points thanks to Ricky Hunter (2) and Connor Pears.

Jordan Wyard, Zach Hansen and Lewis Chipchase guided Rufforth United to a 3-0 success at Fulford United to keep up the pressure at the top.

Andy Ditchburn scored a 30-yard screamer for Wheldrake with the last kick of the game at Harrison Signs, but it only served as a consolation during a 3-1 defeat.

Nathan Harland and Lloyd Crawford earned Civil Service a 2-0 win over Sporting Knavesmire, who replied through Jamie Rutherford.