FASTPACK York Sunday Morning League leaders Atlanta made it 10 wins from 10 with a 4-2 victory over Tang Hall WMC.

Shaun Hunter and Scott Johnson both bagged braces in the first half for the division one table-toppers as the home side raced into a 4-1 lead going into the break.

Jason Ezard struck back for the visitors in the second half, adding to an earlier Tang Hall goal from Connor Wade, but Atlanta held out for a 4-2 success and the three points.

Despite having played two games fewer than second-placed Hambleton, Atlanta's outstanding record sees them eight points clear at the top of the table.

Hambleton got the better of Malt Shovel in a seven-goal thriller, finally defeating their hosts 4-3 after looking likely to cruise to victory.

Lewis Foschi (2) and Ashley Chapman struck the Malt Shovel goals in a frantic second-half fightback, but fell just short of the advantage given to Hambleton by scorers Eddie Wileman (2), Tom Fox and Kane Snelson.

Hambleton remain second, a point ahead of Wigginton Grasshoppers, who scored a 3-1 success at Bramham.

George Brown capitalised on a poor clearance to put Hoppers ahead at the break before slotting home a second midway through the closing period.

Jamie Willstrop rifled home a third for Wigginton shortly after the home side had momentarily reduced the deficit.

Bishopthorpe looked to have secured the points at Haxby Town but a last-minute bullet header from Lewis Clark earned the hosts a 1-1 draw.

Hounds found themselves 1-0 down at half-time against Thorpe United, but second-half goals from Darren Jackson and Gary Collier gained them a share of the spoils as the sides battled to a 2-2 draw.

In division two, leaders Walnut Tree gained a 5-1 triumph at Elvington Harriers thanks to strikes from Marius Bratkowski, Rob Forrester (2) and Connor Watson.

The resounding victory keeps Walnut Tree four points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand over their closest pursuers Clock House.

Callum Acko gave Clock House a 1-0 lead at the interval against Pollington and doubled his tally in the second half on the way to securing a 3-2 win for his side.

Bradley Winters also struck for Clock House, who remain second in the table, four points behind Walnut Tree.

Cohen Vause was at the double for Rawcliffe United as they defeated Selby Olympia 2-1.