YORK 1's dominance at the top of the Fulford Ladies Invitation Tennis League continued with a demolition of Pocklington.

Captain Jill Le Pla and Wendy Stirke won all their rubbers in the division one-topping Clifton Park side's 72-36 win.

Faye Garland and Joy Craig were undefeated for David Lloyd as they scraped past Wetherby by a couple of games while Ellie Page and Laura Rhodes continue to impress for Fulford, bagging 32 games as their team defeated Wigginton.

Starbeck logged their first win of the campaign, overcoming Dunnington 59-49.

York 2 remain top of division two despite a surprise defeat against Wistow; Sue Hudson and Helen Corbutt scored 24 games as Wistow climbed into second.

Lucy Crowther and Pauline Belt pulled in 31 games for Boston Spa as they hammered basement team Wetherby 79-29, and Fulford overcame Rufforth 60-48.

The experienced pairing of Sandra Burley and Catherine Field took 27 games to inspire Wigginton to a 59-49 victory over Cliffe in division three.

Rosie Cantrell and Hilary Spencer were in form for Poppleton, netting 30 games to edge a 55-53 victory over Copmanthorpe, which takes them second.

Scores of 20-plus from all three Boston Spa pairs saw them home to a 65-43 win over struggling Tollerton, and Knaresborough hammered Bishopthorpe 78-30.

Wilberfoss remain undefeated at the top of division four. Bev Tebbutt and Georgia Pratt scored three elevens as their team cruised to an 89-19 victory at Rowntree Park.

In division five, Copmanthorpe secured the biggest win of the weekend, Clare Fuller and Emma Davis top scoring with 31 games in their 90-18 victory over Riccall.

Rufforth remain top after beating Dunnington 74-34.

Georgina Edwards and Poppie Jaram inspired York to victory at Knaresborough in division six while Fulford moved into second place after defeating Poppleton 59-49.

Karen Anderson and Izzy Briggs took 33 games for Stamford Bridge but could not prevent a 61-47 defeat at Sheriff Hutton.

Andrea Webster and Jennifer Hunt included a 12-0 in their 29-game haul for Wilberfoss as they squeezed past Appleton 57-51 to remain top of division seven.