MALT Shovel picked up an unexpected point at Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League leaders Atlanta FC, with a 1-1 draw that helped move them out of the bottom two, writes Graham Ireton.

A James Ford strike ensured that the table-toppers maintained their unbeaten record.

Thorpe United Red returned to winning ways with a 2-0 defeat of The Neg’s Head. Jordan Emery and Jamie Pickles were on target.

Oliver Brennan (2) and Ryan Garbett put Pollington Predators into a commanding 3-0 lead at half time at Bramham, and despite a comeback from the home side, Pollington saw the match out, winning 4-2.

Mark Baggeley added Pollington’s fourth mid-way through the second half.

FC Dracula kept up their excellent start to the season with a 5-2 triumph over Heworth Inn.

Iancu Vasile (2), Rasvan-Alexandru Pleasea (2) and Danut Calin all made the score sheet for the hosts with Richard Bedingham and James Dear netting for Heworth.

K-Town moved up to third after a remarkable second half in their game with Clock House.

The sides went into the break deadlocked at 2-2 following a competitive first half, but K-Town ran riot in the second period, putting five past their hosts without reply.

Liam Edmondson (4), Max Russell, Rory Henderson and Harry Davies fired K-Town to victory.

FC Pollington edged a seven-goal thriller with Strensall Tigers, coming from behind to overturn a 3-1 half-time deficit.

A Harry Wilson penalty along with goals from Alex Forbes and Cameron Edmondson looked to have secured the points for Tigers, but an own goal allied to efforts from Ashley Chapman (2) and Alex Pinkney saw FC Pollington take the spoils.

Robbie Lee Moffat and Jack Sheppard struck as Rawcliffe United beat Thorpe Sunday Blue 2-0.