BISHOPTHORPE CFC booked their place in the North Riding County FA Sunday Challenge Cup semi-finals with a 5-0 win over Tithe Bar.

Connor Watson bagged a hat-trick for the Fastpack Ltd York Sunday Morning League outfit, who will meet Angel Athletic on March 3.

Mike Bourlet and Daniel Lister also netted.

Wigginton Grasshoppers are into the Sunday Morning League's Senior Cup final after beating Hambleton 4-0 at home.

Josh Luckhurst netted a 12th-minute penalty and Jamie Willstrop doubled Hoppers' advantage 15 minutes later with a low strike. Chris Bilton got the fourth just before the break and Harry Clapham headed home in the second half to seal the win.

Hounds brushed aside Malt Shovel 6-1 to reach the League Cup semi-finals. Christopher Jackson scored three with Thomas Hogg, Gareth Roberts and Darren Jackson all adding.

Joining Hounds in the semis are division two outfit Tang Hall WMC, who beat division one side Haxby United 3-0 thanks to goals from Liam Robertson, Joseph Rawcliffe and Lennon Grayson.

In the league, division two leaders Thorpe United thrashed Clockhouse 10-0. Jack Morris, Reece Stronach and Matty Duck all scored twice each. Jake Wild, Matthew Harker, Daniel Jones and Marco Puliga also netted.

A second-half rally saw York Medics win 4-3 against FC Harrogate, who had taken a 3-1 lead into the break. George Claeys-Sheridan (2), Jasaren Grewal and Martin McCrae gave the Medics the three points.

Ten-man K Town United beat FC Pollington 9-1. James Heeles scored four, Mitch Sleight and Thomas Drake bagged two each and Hamish Henderson also netted.

Kings Head United closed the gap on third place with a 4-3 win over Mitre, who had Danny Phillips (2) and John Brough on target.

Rawcliffe United beat Elvington Harriers 6-1 to go level on points with their opponents. Alex Hunt (2), Matthew Harrison, Sam Lapish, Aaron Newman and Casey Barker were their marksmen.

Wentworth came from behind to beat Selby Olympia 2-1. Thomas Lazenby put Olympia ahead before goals from Matt Browne and Rob Forrester turned it around.