LEADERS Atlanta lost for the second time on the trot in The Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League first division as they fell 5-2 to Bishopthorpe CFC.

Bishops 1-0 lead at the break before the game came to life in the second period. Christopher Trewick (2), Jack Thompson, Connor Watson and Daniel Zimer scored for the home side, Atlanta sub Scott Harrison getting both replies.

Acomb Club won 5-3 at Bramham after the game was 2-2 at the break.

Oliver Murray (2), Jack Willis, Kieran Ledger and Alex Day netted for Acomb.

Three goals in the last 15 minutes gave Malt Shovel a 4-2 derby win at Brayton.

Malt went ahead on 11 minutes but Brayton, who had made a few chances on the break, equalised 10 minutes into the second half when Kyle Wilks was brought down by the keeper and converted the penalty.

They then went ahead as Luke Kitson netted from a Patrick Guest free kick.

Shovel, though, stormed back, their marksmen being Tommy Butterfield (2), Derry Robson and James Arnold.

Hounds won 2-0 at Hambleton with goals in each half by Tom Collins and Luke Pearse.

Sub Mackenzie Nichol scored eight minutes from time to give Wigginton Grasshoppers a 1-0 derby win at Haxby United.

In division two, Elvington Harriers beat FC Harrogate 6-0 with strikes by Josh Mannix (2), Seb Crane, James Hampshire, Jason McLoud and Oliver Robeiro.

John Patrick scored the only goal as Clockhouse won at Pollington in a match which saw three red cards.

Goals by James Heeles (2), Bartlomiej Kaminski and Jim Bebb gave K Town United a 4-2 win over York Medics.

It had been 2-2 at the break, Robbie Britland and Jeffrey Wong scoring for Medics.

Goals in the first five minutes by Ryan Byers and Billy White were enough to give Kings Head United a 2-1 win at Wentworth.

Dom Green got the reply in the first half when finishing off a good cross, but neither side could profit from further chances.

Leaders Thorpe United won 7-1 at Mitre with goals by Dom Balance (3), Lewis Cox, Jon Dobson, Kyle Hesling and Tom Knight. Oliver Coulthard replied for Mitre who had a man sent off.

Doubles from Jason Ezard and sub Patryk Pasternak gave Tang Hall WMC a 4-0 win at Rawcliffe United.