YORK Fastpack Sunday Morning League division one leaders York Nomads made it five wins from five with a 6-2 win over Bishopthorpe CFC, with Nick Kennedy and Andy Simpson both scoring hat-tricks for the Nomads.

Patrik Zimer and Nathan Walker scored for Bishopthorpe in the second half.

Wigginton Grasshoppers kept up the pressure on top spot with 7-4 win over Bramham.

Man-of-the-match Jamie Willstrop bagged four goals for the Grasshoppers, while Tom Coates, Steve Jarvis and Jordan McGuigan also got on the scoresheet.

Josh Wilson, Andy Maxted, Mike Tasker and Tom Kirk hit back for Bramham.

Malt Shovel travelled to Hambleton, and came away with all three points after a 6-3 win.

Hambleton put up a fight, with Jonathan Wileman scoring two and Kane Snelson adding a goal, but it wasn’t enough against Derry Robson’s hat-trick, Gary Collier’s double and Luke Durham’s strike.

Brayton claimed the bragging rights with a 4-2 win over local rivals Selby Olympia.

Both teams started well, but hosts Brayton took a first-half lead through Will Cleary, who doubled the tally 10 minutes later after rounding the keeper.

Patrick Guest added a third before the break, direct from a corner kick.

Selby’s David Whisker and Robert Frair netted in the second half, before Brayton substitute Daniel Smith scored a last-minute goal to put the game to bed.

Division two leaders Atlanta dropped their first points of the season, losing 3-1 at their nearest league rivals, Walnut Tree.

Finlay Scott scored twice and Steve Smith once for the hosts. Ben Parker got the first-half reply for Atlanta.

Robbie Britland scored a hat-trick for York Medics as they jumped up to third in the table with a 4-1 win at White Horse.

Daniel McNorton added to Medics’ tally, while Scott Pallister was the only scorer for White Horse.

Thorpe United dominated their game against Burnholme – beating the bottom side 9-0.

Reece Stronach scored a hat-trick, Curtis Swain and Dom Ballance both bagged braces, and strikes from Ben Walker and Lewis Sambrook rounded off Thorpe’s impressive win.

Acomb Club dropped a place in the table after a thrilling 4-4 draw with Wentworth.

Alex Day got two, and Thomas Medd and Steve Abbott got one each for Acomb.

Tom Johnson, Richard Rhodes, Peter Baird and Dom Green replied for Wentworth.

There were 12 goals scored between K Town United and Haxby United, but it was visitors Haxby who edged it 7-5.

Haxby's scorers were Mike Fell and Harry Moorcroft with two apiece, and Dan Clipston, Dave Fell and Tom Kilvington got one each.

Jim Heels bagged a hat-trick for K Town, with Thomas Drake and Ollie Holdsworth both scoring.

Kings Head lost 5-3 at home to FC Harrogate, whose Sean Robinson scored two, allied to goals from Richard Baranovsky, Luke Middleton and Anthony Smith.

Rawcliffe edged their game against Clockhouse 2-1.

Peter Brews and Aaron Newman scored for Rawcliffe, Daniel Murray got the reply for Clockhouse.