THE Fastpack York Sunday Morning League division two leaders Thorpe United are into the semi-finals of the League Cup.

Kieran Dinsdale, Kyle Hesling and Nathan Sedman were all on target as Thorpe knocked out division one outfit Hambleton, for whom Nathan Parker scored a consolation.

In the Junior Cup semi-finals, Elvington Harriers fought back from two goals down to win 4-2 at Wentworth, who had led through Peter Baird's finish and an own goal.

Second-half goals from Kyle Spivey (2), Daniel Lister and James Hampshire saw Harriers through to the final.

Division one leaders Wigginton Grasshoppers edged out defending champions Hounds 2-1 to go seven points ahead of their opponents.

The first 20 minutes belonged to Hounds but Hoppers took the lead against the run of play through Josh Luckhurst.

Oliver Bloxham headed Hounds level before the break before Matthew Mulhearn secured the points with 20 minutes remaining, waltzing into the Hounds area and beating his marker before firing a low shot into the far corner.

Second-placed Atlanta beat Malt Shovel 3-1 thanks to Shane Hand's double and Liam Corbett's goal. Kie Latham scored for Malt Shovel.

Bramham beat Brayton 6-2. Robert Walkden and Matthew Ward scored for Brayton.

Haxby United beat Bishopthorpe CFC 3-2 and leapfrogged them into fifth. Daniel Clipston, Jean Grenier and Ryan Peart scored for Haxby.

Tang Hall WMC put pressure on the division two top spot after thrashing FC Pollington 13-0. Bailey Simpson scored four, Jason Ezard three and Arron Rose two with Lennon Grayson, Roy Page, Jack Willis and Christopher Lane all adding.

Mitre beat Clockhouse 5-4 thanks to goals from Samson Wildwood (2), Cameron Mulhearn, James Gledhill and John Brough. John Patrick (2), Sam Backhouse and Callum Acko netted for Clockhouse.

Rawcliffe United beat bottom side FC Harrogate 6-3 with Sam Lapish, David Durham and Stuart Harrison all scoring for Rawcliffe.

K Town United beat Selby Olympia 4-3 thanks to braces from Mitch Sleight and Thomas Drake.