HAMBLETON got the better of Hounds in their Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League division one clash.

Dan Smith’s second-half winner sealed the points and enabled the visitors to continue their steady climb up the table.

Kane Snelson had originally given Hambleton a half-time lead before it was cancelled out by a Tom Hogg effort shortly after the break.

Leaders Wigginton Grasshoppers defeated Malt Shovel 9-1 in a largely one-sided affair at Mill Lane.

An early Kain Rogerson corner was turned into his own net by a hapless Shovel defender and from then on, the Selby side were facing an uphill battle.

Liam Robertson, Harry Clapham and Jon-Paul Vass all helped themselves to a brace apiece, with George Brown and Cameron Mulhearn netting fantastic solo efforts.

Derry Robson struck a magnificent long-range consolation for the visitors.

Atlanta reversed their loss at the hands of Thorpe United the week before, defeating their opponents 4-2.

Robert Tate hit a hat-trick to fire division two table-toppers Pollington Predators to a 4-1 success over eighth-placed Rawcliffe United.

Jimmy Hall struck their other goal as the second half came to life following a goalless first period.

Second-placed Walnut Tree remain just two points behind predators following their 5-1 thumping of K-Town United.

Rob Forrester (2), Jason McCloud, Diego Perdisci and Connor Watson all made the scoresheet for the hosts with Jordan Grady netting the K-Town consolation.

Walnut Tree have three games in hand on Pollington Predators, with the sides already having played out a draw earlier in the season.

Alexandru Costel Gura struck four for third-placed FC Dracula to see them edge a seven-goal thriller with Thorpe United Blue 4-3.

Clock House enjoyed a 6-3 success over Burton Leonard. The win moves them above Wills Bar into sixth position in the table.