BRAMHAM became the first team to take points off Fastpack York Sunday Morning League leaders Hambleton after Tom Wilson's brace earned them a 2-2 draw.

Wilson had fired Bramham into a two-goal lead but Hambleton rallied to score twice in the last quarter of an hour and ensure that they moved four points clear of second-placed Atlanta in division one.

Hounds had to wait until late in the day to secure victory at Haxby Town, but a late Jason Crisp goal earned them all three points and moved them up to third in the table.

Tang Hall WMC sit just below the Selby side following their 5-1 success at Malt Shovel, who lie second from bottom. Connor Wade hit a hat-trick in the win with Tang Hall's other goals coming courtesy of Roy Page and Declan Racher.

Wigginton Grasshoppers sit level on points with Tang Hall after defeating Thorpe United 7-3.

Jamie Willstrop put the hosts ahead from the penalty spot after 12 minutes before Matthew Mulhearn doubled the advantage shortly afterwards.

Further first-half goals from Ben Barker-Spencer and George Brown gave Wigginton a 4-1 half-time lead, and Cameron Mulhearn added a fifth shortly after the restart.

Matthew Mulhearn and Brown doubled their tallies before a late rally from Thorpe saw them close the gap to four.

York Medics continue to set the pace in division two following their 2-1 home win over Rawcliffe.

Elvington Harriers made it three wins from three with a 2-0 defeat of Selby Olympia, a win that puts them three points behind the table-toppers with two games in hand.

Clock House edged a nine-goal thriller with York FC thanks to Joe Broughton's late winner. Dylan Howlett bagged a hat-trick and Broughton two goals as Clock House secured a 5-4 success.

Acomb Club enjoyed a bloodless 5-0 triumph at K Town United. Tommy Medd netted a brace with Oli McIlroy, Bobby Clapham and Dan Hunter also on target in the success.

Walnut Tree gained a 7-4 win over FC Pollington in the Junior Challenge Trophy. Atlanta advanced in the League Cup with an impressive 7-2 victory at Bishopthorpe.