CAMERON MULHEARN scored a hat-trick as York Fastpack Ltd. Sunday Morning League division one leaders York Nomads came from behind to beat Selby Olympia 7-2.

Robert Frair and Tom Lazenby gave Selby the lead, before Calum Ward, Chris Bilton, Andy Simpson and Samson Wildwood joined Mulhearn on the scoresheet for Nomads.

Second-placed Wigginton Grasshoppers also recovered a win, beating Bishopthorpe 8-3 at home.

Goalscorers for Wigginton were Terry Taylor and Tom Coates with two each, Tom Derbyshire, Steve Jarvis, Jordan Holt, and Harry Clapham.

Patrik Zimer, Jordan Outerbridge and Sam Cowley were on target for Bishopthorpe.

Hounds remain unbeaten after Ben Yorke’s equaliser in a 1-1 draw at Malt Shovel after Luke Durham scored for the hosts.

Brayton leapt into seventh with a 4-2 win at NUR, Paul Tiffany, Joe Krygsman, Patrick Guest and William Cleary scoring.

Hambleton beat Bubwith Swans 4-3 courtesy of goals from Tom Fox, Jason Mycoe, Jonathan Wileman and Matthew Pearse.

Jamie Sedman, Jordan Leyburn and Elliot Precious scored for Swans.

Division two runaway leaders Atlanta beat Thorpe United 4-0, with top-scorer Liam Edmondson netting all four.

Acomb Club beat Walnut Tree 4-2 thanks to Alex Day’s brace and Steve Abbott and Jacob Green strikes.

Steve Smith and Finlay Rylatt replied for Walnut Tree.

Bottom side Burnholme lost 6-0 to visitors Rawcliffe United, whose Reece Chapman scored three, Nathan Lister two and Matt Gabb one.

K Town United earned their first win of the season 6-3 over FC Harrogate thanks to a Jim Heels hat-trick, a Thomas Drake brace and an own goal.

Sean Robinson, Tom Lancashire and Connor Holroyd replied for FC Harrogate.

Diego Perdisci’s second-half hat-trick and Dan Mullen’s double saw Wentworth beat White Horse 5-0.

Matthew Fortnam, Henry Lonsdale and Greg Chambers goals helped York Medics to a 3-2 win over Haxby United, whose Lewis Clark scored a brace.

Clockhouse won 5-4 at Kings Head thanks to strikes from Pa Sainey Kanyi, Nicholas Horne and Bradley Walters’ hat-trick.

Ged Christian scored three and Sam Hirst one for the hosts.