MALTON & Norton were relegated from division one of the York Minster Engineering League after a 2-0 home defeat by Hemingbrough.
Luke Zacharenko scored both goals for Hemingbrough.
Stephen Gay (2) and Graham Hutchinson scored for Tockwith as they defeated Total Sports 3-2. Ben Brannigan and Dave Knight replied for the visitors.
Haxby toppled division two leaders Rawcliffe 2-0 to open up the title race in favour of F1 Racing. Paul Scaife and Paul Holmes struck for United.
Jack Bell, Jack Wilson and Joe Davison were all on target for Strensall as they defeated Barmby Moor 3-2. Neil Hunter and Stuart Barker scored for Moor.
Division three table-toppers Ouseburn beat bottom side Tadcaster Town 4-0 to move four points clear of Sporting Knavemire.
Civil Service led 3-1 at the interval at Crayke thanks to two Matty Deighton goals and a Liam Holding strike from his own half.
In the second half, Deighton completed his hat-trick before Tom Hilling made it 4-2. Declan Richardson and Lloyd Crawford made it 6-2.
In division four, James Darlison and Darren Davis found the net for Cawood, but this time it was in vain as visitors Huntington took the three points with a 3-2 success.
LNER Builders thrashed Wheldrake 6-1 thanks to strikes from Dean Machin (2), Sam Hill (2) and Andy Hurren, plus an own goal. James Smith hit Wheldrake’s goal.
York St John University set up a York Minster Engineering League Senior Cup quarter-final against Wigginton Grasshoppers after progressing past Easingwold Town with a 3-1 victory. Jordan Groves had given Town the lead but the students rallied to put three past their hosts.
St Clements hammered a weakened Hamilton Panthers side by nine goals to one. Liam King and Dan Hickey bagged four goals apiece with Lewis Bootland completing their haul. Zac Lovely hit Panthers consolation. Saints will now face Brooklyn at the quarter final stage.
The other quarter-finals will see Old Malton St Marys take on York RI and a repeat of Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final as Huntington Rovers play hosts to Church Fenton White Horse.
In the League Junior Cup, Rufforth United edged past Kirkbymoorside 2-1 with goals from Stu Mahoney and Rob Murphy.
Adam Sadler, Jake Hardman and Charles Duffy notched for South Milford as they beat Stamford Bridge 3-1.