ATLANTA brought Wigginton Grasshoppers’ 100 per cent start to the Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League season to a halt after mounting a comeback from 3-1 down to claim a 3-3 draw.

It had initially looked to be plain sailing for Grasshoppers who had the better of the early play and took a lead from the penalty spot via Jamie Willstrop after Harry Clapham had been felled in the area.

Clapham then stepped up to head home a delicious cross from George Brown to afford his side a two-goal cushion.

Atlanta finished the first-half the stronger though and were rewarded when some tricky play down the right resulted in a cross which allowed Sean Hunter a simple tap in at the far post.

The restart saw Wiggy regain the initiative for a brief period and it took just two minutes for Jon Paul Vass to restore the two-goal lead after running on to a Chris Bilton flick-on to fire home.

Atlanta pushed forward in response and James Ford found the bottom corner to make it 3-2 with 25 minutes to play.

The game became much more open and Atlanta’s resilience finally paid off when Hunter fired home his second to secure a much-deserved point following a goalmouth scramble.

Bishopthorpe CFC climbed up to second place in the table with a 4-0 success over Hounds.

Haxby led Thorpe United Reds by a Cameron Hall goal at the break but despite Hall adding another in the closing period, Thorpe rallied to gain a 2-2 draw from the clash.

Jamie Pickles and James Arnold were Thorpe’s scorers.

Hambleton made it two wins from three with a high-scoring 8-5 success over Bramham. Kane Snelson hit a hat-trick in the victory with Chris Heaton (2), Dan Smith (2) and Adam Deakin also making the score sheet.

Walnut Tree maintained their one-point lead at the top of Division Two with a 7-1 success over Rawcliffe United.

David Dawson bagged a treble with Diego Perdisci and Connor Watson helping themselves to a brace apiece. Sam Sarvent-Smith hit the hosts’ consolation.

Second-placed Pollington Predators scored a convincing 7-0 derby victory over FC Pollington. Mike Beeby (2), Alfie Wright (2), Oliver Brennan, Liam Hall and Sam Wilson all found the target.

FC Dracula are now getting their teeth into their league campaign, and defeated Burton Leonard by three goals to one to move up to third place.

Iancu Vasile gave his side a two-goal cushion at the break and completed his hat-trick after the interval. Kristian Young added a second-half reply for the home team.

York Medics defeated K-Town by five goals to three thanks to efforts from Anerjan Balendra, Will Ella, William Quinn and Olly Parr, plus an own goal. Hamish Henderson, Max Russell and Mitch Sleight netted for the visitors.

Wills Bar led Clock House by a goal to nil at half-time but second-half strikes from Roy Page, Jamie Gillies and Sam Clayton saw Clock House leave with a 3-2 win and the points.

This weekend's Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League fixture are as follows.

Division One: Bishopthorpe CFC vs Hambleton, Haxby Town vs Bramham, Hounds vs Atlanta, Wigginton Grasshoppers vs Thorpe United.

Division Two: Burton Leonard vs Rawcliffe United, Clock House vs Pollington Predators.