HOUNDS FC are on course for a quick-fire treble after lifting the West Riding FA Sunday Trophy thanks to a 3-1 victory over Canal Tavern in the final.

That success was followed by two wins in three days in the Fastpack York Sunday Morning League first division - which lifted the Selby side to within three points of table-toppers Wigginton Grasshoppers with three games left and with Hoppers having finished their campaign.

Hounds also face the Wigginton side in the League Senior Cup final this Sunday at Huntington.

Thorne-based Canal Tavern had the better of the opening 10 minutes of the Sunday Trophy final but, once Hounds got playing, their opponents could not keep pace and Sam Cable opened the scoring, nipping between defender and keeper to head into the gaping net.

Cable doubled his team's advantage after breaking beyond the left-back to bury a powerful shot.

Minutes before the interval, Tavern's task became bigger as a poor challenge from their striker on Leon Wood earned him a straight red card.

Hounds, for whom Shaun Heselwood was named man of the match, continued to push in the second half and got their third goal when Cable forced the left-back to accidentally lob his own keeper.

Tavern continued to be frustrated by Hounds until the closing minutes when a nice touch and finish saw them net a consolation.

Hounds, meanwhile, continued their charge towards the York Sunday Morning League crown with a 5-0 win over third-placed Bramham.

Goals in the first half came from Tom Collins (2) and Leon Wood, with a nice strike.

After the break, Isaac Leach rounded the keeper and tucked the ball into an empty net for a fourth before providing the assist for man-of-the-match Collins' hat-trick.

Hounds also produced an 11-0 thrashing of bottom side Selby Olympia in midweek.

Liam Brown hit a hat-trick, Tom Collins, Issac Leach and Jordan Emery all bagged braces and Kevin Simpson and Shaun Heselwood also scored.

NUR got revenge on Bishopthorpe CFC after losing 3-2 to them last weekend - their 5-3 win coming courtesy of goals from Adam Heywood, Luke Woodall, Ben Clayton, Tom Knight and Ben Spencer.

Division two leaders Atlanta suffered only their second defeat of the season, going down 1-0 at Wentworth. Diego Perdisci's first-half strike was the difference.

Acomb Club beat rivals Clockhouse 3-2 thanks to strikes from Lee Harris, Cole Carter and Thomas Medd. Pa Sainey Kanyi and Callum Atkinson replied.

FC Harrogate came away from Thorpe United with a 3-2 win thanks to goals by Zak Allen (2) and Luke Johnson. Adam Blades and Curtis Swain struck for Thorpe.

York Medics edged past K Town United 1-0 with Elliot Jones-Williams on target, while Rawcliffe United won 4-0 at White Horse.

In midweek, York Nomads thrashed Brayton 9-0. Not to be outdone, Atlanta thumped York Medics by the same scoreline, with Liam Edmondson scoring seven of the goals and Ryan Heptinstall and Greg Harrison adding.

Acomb Club won 3-1 at Burnholme thanks to goals from Alex Day, Jake Moys and Cole Carter. Danny Phillips scored Burnholme’s only goal.

Rawcliffe United won 3-2 against Wentworth, who had Chris Golding and Will Moss on target.

Thorpe United were beaten 8-4 at home to Haxby United. Harry Moorcroft scored four and Tom Kilvington two alongside goals from Dan Clipston and Jonny Jackson. Lewis Cox (2), Kyle Hesling and Reece Stronach replied for Thorpe.

Walnut Tree won 6-2 at White Horse, for whom Nathan Harland got both goals.