BROOKLYN have won the York City & District FA Under-16s Senior Minor Cup after beating Tadcaster Magnets 2-0 in the final at Bootham Crescent.

Second-half goals from Levi Ellis and Ben Etherington were enough to see Brooklyn lift the Pavers Shoes-sponsored trophy after a hard-fought victory.

In a goalless opening 45 minutes, Magnets' Alfie Temple went the closest for either side as he lashed a shot against a Brooklyn upright.

After the break, Magnets' Ollie Foley’s close-range shot was well saved by Billy Chapman, allowing Brooklyn to counter attack and Ellis to put his side 1-0 up.

Etherington's fine solo effort on 60 minutes gave Brooklyn some breathing space.

Thorpe United U15s thumped Rawcliffe 5-0 to lift the York MotorSports Village Intermediate (Senior) Minor Cup.

United’s Alfie Bugg opened the scoring on eight minutes and Peter Heaton doubled their advantage just after the quarter-hour mark.

Bugg got his second midway through the half with a looping header before Rawcliffe were reduced to 10 men.

Rawcliffe defended well to keep Thorpe at bay during the opening 25 minutes of the second half until Thomas Dawson made it 4-0 and Thomas MacDonald rounded off a five-star performance towards the end.

The club also enjoyed a big victory in the U14s' Pavers Shoes Intermediate (Junior) Minor Cup, as Thorpe United Blue dispatched York RI Rockets 7-1.

Mackenzie Oldfield opened the scoring for Thorpe 14 minutes with a close-range shot and Thomas Cahill made it 2-0 four minutes later. Cahill soon grabbed his second and Jack Maeer struck Thorpe’s fourth on 25 minutes.

Oldfield got Thorpe’s fifth five minutes after the break before Charlie Grayson pulled one back for RI before Oldfield restored his side's four-goal advantage with his hat-trick effort.

Maeer’s second saw Thorpe through against the spirited RI.

Riccall United U13s beat their Brooklyn Lions counterparts 2-1 to lift the Construction Marine Ltd Junior Minor Cup.

United got off to a flying start through Max Adamson, who placed home from a yard out.

Brooklyn grew into the game with Saul Cham forcing a one-handed save from Freddie Palmer on 19 minutes but Adamson pounced again on 29 minutes to alleviate the pressure.

Mitch Parkinson pulled a goal back for Brooklyn 10 minutes into the second half.

Adamson thought he had got his hat-trick but his strike was ruled offside, though his two goals were enough to secure victory.

Huntington U12s lifted the York & Ryedale Mitchell Sports League Plate with a 3-1 win over Stamford Bridge in the final.

Thorpe United White U12s won the League Cup 6-5 on penalties against Fulford after a 1-1 draw in normal time.