DIVISION two outfit Acomb Club have joined three other Fastpack York Sunday Morning League top tier sides in the League Cup quarter-finals.

Also through to the last eight are Hounds, Wigginton Grasshoppers and league leaders Atlanta.

Acomb Club trounced hosts and fellow division two outfit Clock House 6-0, avenging October's 9-1 league defeat.

Hounds made up for the disappointment of last week's 6-1 home league defeat to Atlanta with a 12-0 demolition of Rawcliffe.

The ever-reliable Gary Collier led the scoring with five goals and was ably supported by Reuben Pearse (2), Jack Healey (2), Will Ramsey, Jordon Emery and Patrick Conlon.

Atlanta enjoyed a 3-1 success at division two high-fliers Walnut Tree.

Wigginton Grasshoppers found themselves trailing to Selby Olympia after 10 minutes, but had reversed their fortunes by the break thanks to a tap-in from Ben Barker-Spencer and a well-taken left-footed strike from James Robinson.

The second period saw Hoppers forge further ahead with the same players taking centre-stage in the goal-scoring charts.

Robinson added two more to complete his hat-trick with Barker-Spencer lashing home a superb strike to make it 5-1 at the finish.

K-Town progressed courtesy of a walkover, with hosts York FC unable to fulfil their fixture.

In division one, fourth-placed Tang Hall WMC upset second-placed Hambleton by finding a second half-winner to take all three points after the sides were locked 2-2 at the break.

Jason Ezard, Declan Racher and Alfie Witter struck the visitors' goals in the 3-2 victory.

Basement side Malt Shovel picked up their first point of the season following a 1-1 stalemate with Bramham.