The North Marine Road club led the way with an overall rating of 293.48 for this year’s campaign, having collected 293.48 marks for the pitch 202.8 for the outfield.
Flixton finished in fourth place, an improvement of one place from 2014, with an excellent 479.72, just behind second-placed Sheriff Hutton Bridge on 485.2 and Hornsea with 484.74 points.
The village side were handed 284.09 points for the pitch as well as 195.64 for the outfield.
Pickering snapped up 15th place with 455.65, with a pitch score of 278.83 and an outfield mark of 176.83.
This saw the Mill Lane club fall nine places in the rankings.
Hovingham finished in 21st position with a rating of 262.19.
The Hovingham Hall-based club moved up nine places in the rankings, having earned 262.19 for the pitch and 184.75 for the outfield.
Malton & Old Malton dipped 14 places from 15th to 29th.
They were given a score of 435.56, with a pitch mark of 265.22 and outfield rating of 170.34.