Hounds moved to the top of York John Smith's Sunday Morning League division one after a hard 2-0 win at home to a spirited Wigginton Grasshoppers side.

Grasshoppers defended well until the 65th minute when Forrest put the home side in front. Cygan netted the second goal for Hounds in the last minute.

Second half goals from Willoughby and King earned Ainsty Panthers a 2-1 win at home to Thorpe United.

In division two, Nestl Flag moved back into second spot with a 3-0 win over Boot & Slipper thanks to goals from Dickinson, Dyson and Robbie Smith.

A first half hat-trick from Bradley was added to by a goal each from Hildon and Gilmore to give York Nomads a 5-1 half-time lead at home to Deramore Arms, whose Triffitt was on target before the interval.

Hart and Horner scored for Deramore in the second half but they had a mountain to climb and couldn't make further inroads.

Two goals from Croad along with a single strike from Dunne and an own goal gave division three leaders Hambleton a 4-2 home win over Shoulder of Mutton.

Joe Smart hit three and David Chapman one as Fulford came from 2-1 down to win 4-2 against Barlby, whose marksmen were Hamblin and Davis.

Inland Revenue hit back from being 2-0 down as they drew 4-4 at home to Bishopthorpe.

Auton and Sanderson put Bishopthorpe two up. Dixon netted twice to level matters and Auton got his second to restore the lead for Bishopthorpe before Burn equalised for Revenue.

On 85 minutes the home side took the lead for the first time, Ingram scoring from a spot-kick.

With two minutes remaining Wilson slotted home a penalty to give Bishopthorpe a draw.

The Plough did their goal difference a power of good with a 10-0 win at relegated Real Way Station.

Paul Thompson struck four times in the first half to get them on their way, Adam Cook hit a first half hat-trick and Cook, Bedford and Connell netted in the second period.

Second half goals from Coop and Sullivan gave Heworth a 2-0 win over Copmanthorpe.

Updated: 09:40 Friday, March 25, 2005