SUNDAY football returned to York with a feast of goals in the Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League division one.

Last year’s form side, Atlanta FC, resumed where they left off pre-Covid, putting five past Malt Shovel without reply. James Ford and Sean Hunter both bagged a brace apiece with Daniel Smith adding the fifth.

Wigginton Grasshoppers opened with a clear-cut victory over Bramham. An early hat-trick from Harry Clapham set the tone before Liam Robertson and Tom Coates added further efforts to make it 5-0 at the break.

Neale Holmes, Cameron Mulhearn and Jamie Willstrop increased the lead further before Bramham hit a consolation.

Late Wigginton goals from Chris Bilton and Al Clothier saw Wigginton reach double figures and run out 10-1 winners. Dan Clipston and Louis Wilson earned Haxby Town a 2-2 home draw with Thorpe United Reds.

Burton Leonard announced their arrival to the league in style, defeating Pollington 7-1.

A hat-trick from Brad Gresham was supplemented by strikes from Nesh Billawi, Pindy Power, Ben Rowe and Matthew Wild, with Peter Henton hitting Pollington’s solitary reply.

Wills Bar of Malton also entered the league in style, with a 7-2 success over Selby Olympia in their first league fixture. Ian Kerr and Stephen Kerr both collected hat-tricks for the hosts, with Harvey Townley also finding the net.

Thorpe United Blues sit in third position after a 5-2 home triumph over Clock House, whilst Walnut Tree battled to a 2-0 victory over FC Dracula, with Oliver Shimmin and Connor Watson hitting the target.

David Durham and Reece Chapman steered Rawcliffe United to a 2-1 win over York Medics. Taylor Bradley hit the only goal of the game to gift K Town United the points from their clash against Pollington Predators.