FULFORD gave league leaders York 1 the best game they have had this season - but ultimately went down 62-46.

Visitors Fulford put up a good fight as they claimed more games than anyone else so far this season in defeat to the Fulford Ladies Invitation League division one table-toppers.

Sue Perkins and Angela Wood bagged 33 games to inspire Wetherby to an 82-26 win over Starbeck while David Lloyd won all their rubbers as they crushed Pocklington 81-27.

Wigginton captain Eleanor Bradshaw and sister Anna led their team to a commendable 58-50 victory over Dunnington - even more remarkable considering Wiggy only had two couples.

York 2 remain top of division two after cruising to a 79-29 win over Bishopthorpe, with all three couples scoring 20-plus games.

Debbie Crampton and Sarah Huggins netted 25 games for second-placed Wistow as they beat Wetherby 70-38.

Lorraine Peary and Lesley Haley were undefeated in Boston Spa’s win at Rufforth while Fulford crept up to fourth place, with Anna Baker and Su Watson taking 20 games in their 65-43 win at David Lloyd.

Poppleton lead division three following a 67-41 win at Bishopthorpe.

Cliffe were helped in their resounding win over Boston Spa by 27 games from Jo Earl and Nicki Jackson.

Knaresborough’s good form continued as they beat Wigginton 65-43.

Tollerton lost at Copmanthorpe despite Pippa Bailey and Mary Foster's 22-game haul.

Wilberfoss opened up a four-point gap at the top of division four with a 63-45 win over Appleton Roebuck. Jo Dyer and Eva Pears' 22 games helped David Lloyd beat Rowntree Park while Sutton were indebted to Sally Simpson and Olivia Turner's 27 in their 56-52 victory over Bubwith.

Pam Campbell and Debbie Godwin were unbeaten for Cawood as they overcame Dunnington in division five.

Copmanthorpe climbed the table after edging a 55-53 victory at Riccall, helped by a 25-game haul from Lynn Kent and Ann Hopwood.

New Earswick could only field two couples so went down heavily to Rufforth.

Millie and Georgia Ainley starred for Sheriff Hutton, taking 25 games as their team squeezed past Fulford 55-53 in division six.

Helen Hatfield and Kate Harpin were undefeated for Poppleton as they logged a first win of the campaign, beating Knaresborough.

York remain top as opponents Stamford Bridge conceded.

The league asks that all players were something pink this weekend to show support for those affected by breast cancer.