Fulford held on to their Team Championship crown after prevailing in some testing conditions at The Oaks.
Heavy showers interspersed sunny intervals and made scoring difficult but the morning foursomes produced a superb 73 from Fulford pair James Cass and Ben Plaxton to put them on top going into the afternoon singles.
Even so, there wasn't much between them and York 'A', who were helped by their own fine foursomes score - a 74 from Tom George and Neil Ferguson.
In the afternoon, Rob Moore's 80 was followed by 73 from Damon Coulson, before the only sub-par round of the day - a 71 from James Cass - put Fulford out of reach. That score saw Cass collect the Issott Trophy for the best individual score on the day.
York 'A's best of the afternoon was 76 from Tom George and that kept them in second place. But Fulford finished 13 strokes clear.
Pike Hills 'A' recovered from a poor morning, which had left them in eighth place, as 74 from Lee Bond and Adrian Lount's 73 vaulted them up the leaderboard and into third.