OLD Malton St Mary's remained on course for a top trophy treble after adding the York FA Saturday Senior Cup to the York Minster Engineering League premier division title.

St Mary's - who also breezed into the semi-finals of the YMEL Senior Cup after a comprehensive third round victory over Heworth last week - beat Church Fenton 3-1 in the York FA Cup final at Tockwith on Saturday.

The sides - the top two in the league this term - were evenly matched during the opening quarter.

Old Malton’s Marcus Godsell went closest as his downward header flashed passed a post before his side broke the deadlock on the half-hour through Damon Cox's close-range header.

Jack Simpson then drove a low shot from 18 yards into the net to put Saints two up at the break.

Church Fenton started to create better chances in the second half and Jonny Hadley pulled a goal back on 78 minutes.

However, Saints had looked dangerous on the break and Simpson quickly sealed the success as he placed a shot passed the advancing keeper.

The trophy, sponsored by Keal Teamwear, was presented by York FA president Roy Ellwood.

Meanwhile, Huntington Under-12s won the York FA U12s Cup after a 2-0 win over Thorpe United White in the final at Tockwith - completing a double after also winning the York Mitchell League championship.

The game remained goalless at half-time after a spirited performance by both teams in windy conditions.

But Huntington's Arthur Jefferson-Hallett then headed home a 35th-minute corner to give his side the lead and Sebastian Holowkiewicz put away a 60th-minute penalty to secure the success.

The cup, sponsored by York MotorSports Village, and the league shield were presented by York FA member James Unwin.