DIVISION one duo Malt Shovel and Hounds were the only teams from the Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League to progress through to the third round of their respective West Riding County FA competitions.

Malt Shovel won 5-4 in an FA Sunday Cup thriller at Toller, while Hounds beat Kirkstall Crusaders 5-0 in the FA Sunday Trophy.

In other ties, NUR were knocked out of the Sunday Cup after a 10-goal thriller against Mount Pleasant, losing 6-4, and K Town lost 6-1 at home to Pontefract Sport & Social Club in the Sunday Trophy.

In division one of the league, York Nomads made the most of Hounds' cup commitments by beating Selby Olympia to go three points clear of them at the top.

A hat-trick from Nick Kennedy, two goals from Danny Snaith and strikes from Pete Laidlaw and Cameron Mulhearn saw Nomads win 7-1. Robert Frair got Olympia's reply.

Third-placed Wigginton Grasshoppers also went level on points with Hounds after beating Bubwith 3-0.

The two goalkeepers kept the game scoreless in an entertaining first half, with the deadlock broken in the second half as Wigginton’s Tom Derbyshire netted from close range.

Bubwith built pressure but were undone when Jamie Willstrop took on three players and pulled the ball back for Derbyshire to get his second. Jordan McGuigan hit home the third from the edge of the area.

Bramham beat Brayton 7-2, Liam McAntee and Josh Wilson both bagging braces, with Tom Wilson, Simon Dale and Alex Gregory also netting. Patrick Guest and Kyle Wilks scored Brayton’s goals.

Division two leaders Atlanta hit double figures for the fourth time this season by beating Kings Head 12-2.

Liam Edmondson scored seven of the goals, with Ben Parker (2), Ben Murphy (2) and Edward Paxton also on the mark. Andy Kealty and Will Haggar replied.

Second-placed Walnut Tree were held to a draw by Wentworth. It was goalless at half-time and finished 3-3.

Walnut Tree’s marksmen were Finlay Scott, Matt Walters and Jordan Coulson. Harry Hill, Diego Perdisci and Dan Mullen netted for Wentworth.

Acomb Club saw off Rawcliffe United 9-3. Alex Day was the man of the match with four goals, Tommy Medd grabbed two and Ryan Day and Lee Harris also added.

Haxby United beat Clockhouse 4-1 thanks to a Will Plews hat-trick and a Tom Kilvington strike. Jack Bywater scored Clockhouse’s riposte.

Thorpe United came from behind to win 6-3 at White Horse.

Reece Stronach put Thorpe ahead but White Horse hit back twice to go 2-1 up and also made it 3-2 at the interval after Stronach levelled.

Second-half goals from Dom Balance, Alex Bowden, Kieran Dinsdale and Adam Blades turned things round for Thorpe.

York Medics drew 2-2 with FC Harrogate, Matthew Fortnam and Hassan Syed Ali scoring for Medics, and Matt Bland and Luke Middleton for Harrogate.