FASTPACK Ltd York Sunday Morning League division one leaders Hounds dropped points for the first time this season as they drew 2-2 at Atlanta.

Greg Harrison and Scott Johnson scored for the hosts but a Tom Collins brace saw Hounds take home a point.

Wigginton Grasshoppers enjoyed a 5-3 home win over Brayton.

A close game saw Wiggy take the lead through Reuben Young, who looped the ball in the air and followed up to send it past three players and over the line.

Brayton equalised through Daniel Smith, who finished off a great team goal with an unstoppable shot, but the second half saw Wigginton take hold of the game with a Jamie Willstrop hat-trick, including a 20-yard effort.

The visitors' second goal was another good team effort finished off by Smith.

Wigginton’s veteran player-manager, Graham Ireton, scored a low drive from 10 yards out to give them a 5-2 lead before William Cleary pulled another back for Brayton.

Malt Shovel came away from Acomb Club with a 5-1 success, with Thomas Lowry scoring the hosts' only reply.

Haxby United edged Bishopthorpe CFC 1-0 after a close game.

In division two, second-placed Kings Head United beat local rivals and bottom-of-the-league FC Pollington 7-1.

Bill Phethean and James Rusling both bagged braces, with James Dunwoody, Brad Gill and Lewis Hall all adding. Ged Christian scored Pollington’s consolation.

Tang Hall WMC won 4-2 at York Medics. Lennon Grayson, Roy Page, Joseph Rawcliffe and substitute Connor Wade all scored for the third-placed visitors. Christopher Marsden scored Medics’ two first-half goals.

Stuart Harrison and Jordan Lissenburg were on target either side of half-time as Rawcliffe United beat Elvington Harriers 2-0.

Selby Olympia scored three goals in the second half to see off hosts Clockhouse 4-3. Thomas Lazenby hit two for the visitors with Robert Frair and Nathan Lister also scoring.

In the Barkston Ash FA JB Plows Cup first round, YSML division one outfit Bramham beat second division side Thorpe United 2-0.