MALT Shovel have been crowned York Minster Engineering League division two champions after two 3-1 wins in three days.

The team have now won their last 13 league games and, with one still to play, have moved two points clear of Stamford Bridge at the summit following a long period of playing catch-up.

Shovel were successful at home against Cawood on Monday before travelling to Clifford on Wednesday. Luke Pearse, Tom Fox and Jack Morris struck the all-important goals as Malt Shovel made certain of the title.

Civil Service rounded off their season with a 3-1 win at Clifford on Monday. Alex Day, Tom Perkins and Luke Addison fired the visitors to the points, with Clifford's effort coming courtesy of an own goal.

Wombleton Wanderers made certain of their promotion to division two with a 4-0 success over Elm Park. They join Wheldrake, who have already secured the division three title, in the league above.

Church Fenton completed their reserve 'A' season with a 5-2 triumph over already relegated Hemingbrough United, for whom Tom Shepherd and Dan Thompson scored.

Matthew Pearse, Thomas Murden and Jay Smyth bagged for Thorpe in a 3-0 win at Poppleton United.

The Selby side now need to win at Huntington Rovers on Saturday to beat Dunnington to the league title. Anything less than a win will see the reserve 'A' crown make its way to the Common Road side once more.

Jim Drew scored for Tockwith in a 1-1 draw with F1 Racing in reserve 'B'. George Trifan netted to gain F1 a point from the clash. Tadcaster Magnets defeated Bishopthorpe United 4-0. Arron Glasby, Henry Copley and Marlon Bentley (2) hit the target.