THE ding-dong battle for the York Minster Engineering League reserve 'A' title goes on after Dunnington and Thorpe United both won.

Fin Smith (2) and Patrick Dunne struck for Dunnington in their 3-1 triumph at Easingwold Town, for whom James Wiseman found the target.

The win maintains their three-point advantage over Thorpe United, who defeated Osbaldwick 8-1.

Jay Smyth netted four for United with Jon Page, Thomas Murden, Dan Mustill and Luke Rayner also making the scoresheet. Osbaldwick's consolation came courtesy of Matt O'Connell.

William Schofield (2), Harvey Townley and Luke Scott bagged for Old Malton St Mary's as they continued their good recent form with a 4-2 victory over Pocklington Town to move up to third.

Wigginton Grasshoppers looked to be ending their season on a high after racing into a 3-0 lead by half-time, but visitors Church Fenton had other ideas and stormed back in the second half to claim a point in a 3-3 draw. James Sutton had struck twice to add to an own goal to build Hoppers' lead, only for Adam Beavers, Chris Simpson and Sam Clarke to strike for the away side.

A Lee Bunce strike plus an own goal gave Huntington Rovers a 2-1 win at Poppleton United.

Dringhouses claimed the reserve 'B' title in some style, beating Stamford Bridge 6-0.

The win moves them 10 points clear of the field with three games to play. Danny Penrose and Joe Rawcliffe both helped themselves to celebratory hat-tricks to mark the occasion.

Haxby Town remain in second place despite only drawing 2-2 at Malton & Norton.

Daniel Cooper and Nathan Snowden struck for F1 Racing but could not prevent their side suffering a 3-2 loss at Bishopthorpe United.

Ben Jones (4) and Matt Foote fired Copmanthorpe to a 5-0 win at Tadcaster Magnets.

With three games to go, Rawcliffe look strong favourites for the reserve 'C' after winning their top-of-the-table clash with Rufforth United 3-1. Scott Stewart, Niall Smallwood and Daniel Hobson grabbed the all-important goals for Rawcliffe. Lewis Chipchase weighed in with the Rufforth goal.

Corey Littlefied struck for Cliffe in their 2-1 home defeat to Harrison Signs. Brooklyn won 4-1 at Heworth.