HAMBLETON returned to winning ways as they maintained their position at the top of the Fastpack York Sunday Morning League with an 8-1 success over Thorpe United.

Kain Snelson and Chris Heaton both bagged braces with Ed Wileman, Graeme Parker, Tom Fox and John Matthews also finding the net.

Atlanta sit just one point behind the table-toppers after putting eight past Malt Shovel without reply.

The 8-0 win maintains the Harrogate side's perfect start to the season.

Hounds saw a Gary Collier double-strike and a Chris Jackson goal carry them to a 3-1 success at home to Tang Hall WMC.

The local derby between Haxby Town and Wigginton Grasshoppers again went the way of the Mill Lane side, winning by a 7-3 scoreline.

Haxby got off to a superb start with Adam Chaplin lobbing the Wigginton keeper from inside his own half after just 30 seconds.

However, a Matthew Mulhearn hat-trick along with goals from Ben Barker-Spencer, Cameron Mulhearn, Josh Luckhurst and Sam Gough sent the points Wiggy's way.

Haxby's Craig Harrison and Louis Wilson rounded off the scoring.

In division two, Elvington Harriers continued their 100% start with a 2-1 win over Clockhouse, for whom Dylan Howlett netted.

Harriers have table -toppers York Medics firmly in their sights, although the league leaders kept up their good form with a 4-0 triumph at Selby Olympia.

Brunno Wray hit a hat-trick for K-Town United as they gained a 4-1 success at Pollington.

Hamish Henderson struck the fourth K-Town goal.