DRINGHOUSES head into 2015 as leaders of the York FA Under-19s Football League.

Houses stayed a point clear of Haxby Town with two games in hand after an 8-1 win at home to York RI.

Joe Galloway bagged a hat-trick, Matty Mulhearn and Tom Hawksby netted two goals apiece and James Hudson also scored.

York RI's scorer was Judah Cocker.

Haxby beat nine-man York Cubs 14-0, with Rowan Todd scoring five goals to add to a hat-trick apiece from Harry Moorcroft and Liam Brighton.

The haul was completed by David Fell, Joe Sutton and an own goal.

Third-placed Tockwith were 5-1 winners at Thorpe United thanks to four goals from Jack Swindlehurst and a Jordan Firth strike.

Tommy Butterfield was the Thorpe marksman.

Wigginton Grasshoppers edged past Stillington 4-3 courtesy of goals for Brad Winters, Tom Fenwick and James Hardisty, plus an own goal.

Stillington's scorers were Dan Dickinson (2) and Ross Hardiman.

York Press: Dringhouses U19s (blue and red) v York RI U19s (blue and white). Pictured are Drighouses Cameron Mulhearn and RI's Michael Long. Picture David Harrison. (15067987)
 Dringhouses' Cameron Mulhearn and RI's Michael Long

York Press:
Dringhouses’ Tom Matthews, right, beats York RI goalkeeper Declan Hick to the ball

York Press:
Dringhouses player Ben Dale challenges York RI’s James Gallager, far left, in his side’s 8-1 victory in the York FA Under-19s Football League

York Press:
 Dringhouses’ Matty Mulhearn, above left, is tripped by York RI’s Jack Willis