THORPE United Red made it three wins from three in Group B of the Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League Senior Challenge Trophy with a 6-0 demolition of Haxby Town.

Philip Wickham collected a hat-trick in the win and was ably supported by efforts from Jordan Emery, James Arnold and Callum Petch.

Darren Jackson bagged a hat-trick and Ieuen Williams a single strike for Hounds at home to Hambleton, but defensive frailties of the highest order saw the hosts crash to an 11-4 defeat.

Jonathon Wileman (4), Edward Wileman (3), Daniel Smith (3) and Chris Heaton fired Hambleton to glory.

Wigginton Grasshoppers secured their place at the top of Group A, beating Bramham 8-2.

Harry Clapham struck four times in the first half as 'Hoppers raced into a 5-1 half time lead.

Cameron Mulhearn bagged the other goal for the hosts in the opening half with Alastair Clothier, James Edmond and George Brown adding further goals.

K-Town finished their time in Group A of the Junior Challenge Trophy following their 2-0 success at Rawcliffe United, with Harry Davies and Taylor Bradley finding the net.

A late goal from substitute Elliot Jones-Williams was enough to give York Medics a 1-0 victory over Thorpe United Blue.

Walnut Tree finished atop Group B, maintaining their perfect record with a 5-0 success over FC Pollington.

Mariusz Bratkowski bagged a hat-trick and his efforts were supplemented by goals from Patryk Zimmer and Chris Barrett.

Burton Leonard gained a 4-2 win at Pollington Predators to place second.

Clock House completed Group C with a 100 per cent record after a 3-1 victory at FC Dracula.

Wills Bar secured second spot in the table with a 4-0 success at Selby Olympia.