YORK racked up their 13th consecutive win to break a club record that has stood for more than 30 years.

A 31-5 home victory over Old Brodleians eclipsed the achievements of the Clifton Park class of 1984/85, with the tries shared out between George Davies, Josh Parker, John Dawes, Gareth Singleton and Ross White.

Liam Hessay (2) and Dawes added conversions.

York controlled the early exchanges and, although it was clear from the start that the visitors had a strong defence, the Yorkshire One leaders were ahead after five minutes when, having been awarded a penalty for offside, they kicked for touch and, from the resulting lineout, the ball was moved at pace across the pitch for Davies to score in the corner.

Dawes went on to miss a difficult conversion and the away team drew level on 20 minutes after winning a penalty for offside.

From a resulting lineout, a straightforward catch-and-drive led to a try in the corner, with the conversion again going begging.

But York were soon back on the offensive, with Hessay regularly gaining 40 metres from his penalty kicks, pegging Brods back in their own half.

From an away scrum on half-way, York then turned the ball over and Chris Fox made a 40-metre break, before releasing Parker to score another unconverted try.

Just before half-time, meanwhile, the visitors won a penalty and kicked for the corner, only for good defence from York to preserve their interval lead.

Straight after the resumption, York kicked off and secured possession with the ball going to Dawes at first receiver, and he cut straight through the Brods defence to score under the posts before adding the conversion.

That set the tone for the remainder of the game, which was played out almost entirely in the visitors’ half.

On 55 minutes, Hessay tackled the Brods centre, stripped the ball and fed Singleton, who was stopped just short.

With the away team now opting to kick in an attempt to relieve the pressure, Davies went on to collect the ball and attack from half-way, before combining with Singleton, who scored, with Hessay kicking the extras.

Having joined the fray, 18-year-old Lewi Jackson wasted no time in making his presence felt with a strong carry and, after his team moved the ball quickly and accurately across the pitch, White finished off an excellent try that was converted by Hessay.

York's victory was all the more satisfying given they had a number of injuries meaning several of last year’s Colts team continued to demonstrate the strength of the squad, with another 18-year-old, Alistair Bradford, making his debut at scrum-half. He did not disappoint with a composed performance.

York’s bid to extend their 100 per cent record will be put severely to the test, though, at second-placed nearest rivals Heath this coming weekend.

At the opposite end of the Yorkshire One table, meanwhile, Selby's woes continued with a 35-22 defeat at Old Rishworthians. The Sandhill Lane side remain rooted to the bottom, still with only one league win this term.