ATLANTA extended their perfect start in division one of the Fastpack York Sunday Morning League with a 6-1 defeat of Hounds.

The Harrogate side are now five points clear at the top of the table with a vastly superior goal difference over the chasing pack.

James Ford bagged a hat-trick for Atlanta in the victory with James Sellars scoring a brace and Shane Hand also finding the net.

Alan Jackson replied for the hosts, but it has scarcely diminished Atlanta’s enormous goal difference of 31 - almost double that of second-placed Hambleton.

The only other game to be played in the top flight saw Tang Hall WMC gain a 7-3 success over Thorpe United.

Roy Page hit a treble for the hosts, with Jason Ezard, Duke Witter, Joe Rawcliffe and Declan Racher adding to the tally.

In division two, four-goal Dylan Howlett was the star of the show as he fired Clock House to a 5-2 victory over York FC.

Bradley Walters hit the fifth goal for Clock House, who now sit second in the table, four points behind York Medics.

Table-toppers Medics - along with the rest of the division - had a blank weekend but have still played one more game than Clock House, and at least two more than anyone else.