ATLANTA made it three wins out of three in division one of the Fastpack York Sunday Morning Football League with a deserved 3-0 victory over defending champions Wigginton Grasshoppers.

Atlanta took the lead when a free kick was headed into the back of the net by Greg Harrison through a crowded penalty area and made the most of a defensive error to double their advantage via Reece Robinson just before the break.

Wigginton forged chances in the second half and saw a James Edmond strike come back off the underside of the bar but it was Atlanta who showed the away side how to finish with a well worked team move that saw Scott Johnson put the icing on the cake in the dying moments of the game.

Matthew Howden struck twice for Hambleton as they maintained their perfect start to the season with a 4-1 win over Bishopthorpe, whose 100 per cent start was brought to an end in the process.

Tom Fox and Graeme Parker struck Hambleton’s other goals as they maintained pace with Atlanta at the top of the division.

Walnut Tree leapfrogged York Medics to go to the top of division two after defeating their rivals 4-3.

Pascainey Kanyl, Callum Acko, and Tom Robinson (2) scored the Clock House goals as they drew 4-4 at Selby Olympia.

Acomb Club edged a bitter battle with Thorpe United in the League Cup, finally defeating their opposition 7-6 after an end-to-end thriller.

Haxby Town also progressed in the competition after putting five goals past Tang Hall WMC without reply.

Adam Douse (2), Dan Clipston (2) and Matthew Day struck for the Ethel Ward side.

Rawcliffe United dispatched Bramham on penalties following a 3-3 draw after 90 minutes.

In the League Junior Trophy, Elvington Harriers convincingly beat K-Town 6-2.