ATLANTA continued their relentless quest for the Fastpack York Sunday Morning League division one title, racking up two victories in the last fortnight.

The league leaders made it 12 wins from 12 games and surged nine points clear of second-placed Wigginton Grasshoppers.

Atlanta's goal difference is also far superior to that of the chasing pack. Wiggy are closest with plus 26 - but that is dwarfed by Atlanta's plus 46.

The Harrogate side racked up a 7-1 defeat of Bramham at the start of the month thanks to goals from Scott Johnson, Sean Hunter, James Ford, Ben Lambert and Daniel Paterson. Two own goals made up the rest of Atlanta's tally with Chris Simpson notching Bramham's reply.

With Storm Ciara causing havoc with this weekend's fixtures, Atlanta still managed to make the most of a game with Bishopthorpe on the 4G played in atrocious conditions, winning the tie 1-0 with a Scott Johnson goal.

Harry Clapham bagged a hat-trick for Wigginton as they defeated Hambleton 5-0. Cameron Mulhearn and Neale Holmes also made the scoresheet.

Gary Collier (2) and Sam Cable fired Hounds to a 3-1 win at Thorpe United.

Jonny Jackson and Jean Pierre Grenier combined to earn Haxby Town three points from their trip to Malt Shovel.

In division two, K-Town United gained a 4-1 home triumph over Elvington Harriers thanks to efforts from Hamish Henderson and Seb Farren complementing a brace from Thomas Drake. James Hampshire notched Elvington's consolation.

K-Town were the highest placed side in league action, with leaders Walnut Tree and second-placed Clock House competing in a league cup competition, and York Medics having the weekend off.

As a result, K-Town have crept up on the top three by overtaking now fifth-placed Elvington. They sit four points off second spot with a game in hand, and have two games extra on the third-placed Medics.

Rawcliffe United defeated Pollington by the same 4-1 scoreline. An own goal plus efforts from Matthew Harrison, Stuart Harrison and Jordan Lissenburg comprised the Rawcliffe haul.

Connor Watson hit four goals and Diego Perdisci three as Walnut Tree cruised into the final of the Junior Challenge Trophy with an 8-1 defeat of Clock House FC. Daniel Zimer added the eighth for the hosts with Brodie Doherty replying for Clock House.