FULFORD Ladies' Invitation League leaders York 1 have made it 10 wins from 10.

Louise Marshman and Wendy Stirke were on form in the 67-41 division one win over Wigginton.

Second-placed Wetherby won all their rubbers in a 79-29 trouncing of Pocklington, Sue Perkins and Yvonne Mannall netting 28 games.

Fulford squeezed past Starbeck 56-52. with Jill McCreedy/Georgie Stephenson taking 21 games.

Dunnington crashed to a heavy 81-27 defeat against David Lloyd, whose Sharon Davidson/Sarah Smelik bagged 28 games.

York 2 remain top of division two. Captain Ilianna Evangeliou and Caroline White were undefeated in the 65-43 win over Boston Spa.

A solid team performance helped Wistow keep the pressure on with a 60-48 win over Bishopthorpe.

Wendy Cook/Pauline Craddock bagged 30 games for Fulford in their 64-44 win against Wetherby and Denise Reilly/Maggie Zhang saw Rufforth home in a close encounter with David Lloyd.

Poppleton remain top of division three, Liz Burdett/Jennifer Jones undefeated as they edged a 55-53 win over Knaresborough.

Cliffe are hot on their heels, Liz Bramley/Jane Pemberton racking up 25 games in their 65-43 win at Copmanthorpe.

Boston Spa moved up the table after a close-fought 57-51 win over Wigginton. Tollerton remain bottom despite beating Bishopthorpe - their first win of term.

Caz MacKender/Gerry Screeton were once again the top scorers for division four leaders Wilberfoss, netting 31 games in their team’s 62-46 win at Heworth.

David Lloyd remain second after positive scores from all their couples saw them to a comfortable win at Appleton.

Zoe Walker/Vanessa Kennedy took 31 games for Rowntree Park as they trounced struggling Bubwith.

Rufforth are the runaway leaders in division five, Vicky Wrigley/Carole Withers scoring 25 games as the table-toppers dispatched Copmanthorpe 63-45.

Riccall prop up the division as they conceded their match at New Earswick.

Knaresborough climbed into second place in division six after destroying Fulford 80-28. Hampered by injury, they had no answer to Ros Murdoch/Helen Flynn, who racked up 31 games for Boro.

Elsewhere, Poppleton beat basement club Stamford Bridge 58-50.

A 30-game haul from Liz Walker/Andrea Webster inspired division seven leaders Wilberfoss to a 64-44 victory against Dunnington.

Chris Hanby/Lisa Payne were undefeated for Appleton as they overcame Copmanthorpe 63-45.

Rufforth were unable to field a team against David Lloyd.

Meanwhile, the league's 'Pink Weekend' raised £562 for breast cancer awareness.

A spokesperson said: "The league wishes to thank all the teams that participated in Pink Weekend. The money raised will be donated to breast cancer charities."