THORPE United Red pulled off the surprise result of the day in Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League division one, writes Graham Ireton.

Callum Petch scored a brace, with Liam Parkinson and James Arnold adding a goal each for the fourth-placed visitors, who earned just their second win of the season with a more-than convincing 4-1 defeat of league leaders Wigginton Grasshoppers.

It will be next month before Thorpe get a chance to register a third, with the new lockdown pausing grassroots and amateur sport until December 2.

The hosts took an early lead after just three minutes when Jamie Willstrop fired them ahead from the spot, but a lack of discipline from Grasshoppers saw them collect three sin-bins in the first half.

Previously unbeaten Hoppers - whose lead at the top has been cut to seven points - found themselves trailing 3-1 at the break as Thorpe produced an excellent footballing display to put them to the sword.

Thorpe were stopped from adding to their lead midway through the second half when Jordan Holt pulled off an excellent penalty save.

They did gain a deserved fourth goal late in the game, however, to secure the three points.

Haxby Town returned to form with a vengeance in a 10-4 win over Bramham.

The scoring was led by Cameron Hall and Paul Holmes, who bagged a hat-trick apiece, with Mike Fell, David Fell, George Rhodes and Lewis Clark completing the tally.

The victory moves Haxby Town up to second place.

Ryan Garbett hit a hat-trick for division two leaders Pollington Predators as they enjoyed a 6-3 victory at Clock House.

Jimmy Hall (2) and Mark Baggaley also netted for the table-toppers.

K-Town remain second after a 4-1 win over Thorpe United Blue.

Harry Davies, Thomas Drake and Jordan Grady (2) fired the Knaresborough side to success.