JASON Crisp bagged a brace as Bubwith finished ruthless 7-2 winners against newly-promoted FastPack York Sunday Morning League first division outfit Selby Olympia.

The hosts were 3-1 to good at half-time with David Buckley, Jordan Layburn, Ryan Whitlam, Nathan Patrick and Elliot Precious also on target.

Sam McAllister and Josh Worstfold replied for Olympia.

York Nomads defeated Bishopthorpe CFC by the same scoreline.

James Edmond hit a hat trick for Nomads with Andy Simpson, Matty Mulhearn and Kieran Harris joining him on the scoresheet.

Bishopthorpe responded through Stephen McManus and Patrik Zimer.

In Division Two, White Horse travelled to Burnholme and, following an action-packed game where play swung from end to end, the visitors secured maximum points following a 5-3 triumph.

James Ford struck four times as free-scoring new-boys Atlanta made it 17 goals from their opening two games.

Atlanta maintained their impressive start by beating Acomb Club 5-0, with Carl Brockhill also on the scoresheet.

Another team that preserved their 100 per cent beginning to the campaign were York Medics, who defeated Kings Head 4-1, as Alex Renwick bagged a brace and Greg Chambers and Matt Russell hit the target.

Ged Christian grabbed his team’s consolation.

A close game between Clockhouse and Wentworth saw the scores level 0-0 at half-time, but it was the latter that proved more clinical in front of goal after the break.

Clockhouse had plenty of chances, but unable to put the ball into the net and the game finished 2-1 to Wentworth with Alex Bonsall and Peter Baird their marksmen.

Centre-back Danny Murray replied for Clockhouse.

Walnut Tree managed to get their first three points on the board after overcoming FC Harrogate 4-0.

Striker Steve Smith scored a hat-trick with Mike Whiteley completing the victory.

Another close game saw K Town United host Rawcliffe United and the game couldn’t split the sides apart with the final score finishing 3-3.

Sam Wilson bagged two with Ryan Hewson scoring K Town’s goals.

In the Barkston Ash JB PLows Sunday Cup, current holders Hounds brushed aside fellow first division team Hambleton 4-0.

Bramham progressed after beating last year’s runners-up Swillington Welfare 6-2, while Malt Shovel defeated another division one side Brayton 6-1 and Thorpe United were knocked out having lost 4-0 to Bardsey.