Tyersal upset the form book by inflicting a second successive defeat in Bradford on defending West Riding County Amateur League champions Bay Athletic.

The Huddersfield side, who lost only one PREMIER DIVISION match all last season, had crashed 4-0 at Campion on their initial visit.

And just a week later it was the turn of Tyersal to make it an unhappy trip with a 2-1 victory.

First-half strikes from Glynn Beale and Alan Morley junior did the damage as Tyersal made up for taking just one point off Bay in the previous four campaigns.

Campion and hosts Golcar United were both defending their start of three successive victories and finished with honours even after a 1-1 draw.

Craig Robinson opened the scoring for Golcar before Andy Benjamin netted the reply.

Wibsey slipped to a fourth consecutive defeat, this time 4-2 at Steeton.

Lee Reilly (2), Graham Holmes and Jamie Longley hit the target for the hosts, with Phil Brogan and Jamie Brennan replying for Wibsey.

Ovenden West Riding moved two points clear at the top of the table as they made it four wins out of four with a 3-2 verdict at home to Hall Green United. Kirkburton also remain unbeaten after drawing 1-1 at Marsden.

Promoted Littletown lost 5-3 at home to Storthes Hall, while Brighouse Town picked up their first win with a 2-1 success at Lower Hopton.

Seven games in DIVISION ONE yielded 41 goals, Ventus-Yeadon Celtic hitting eight without reply against a depleted Halifax Irish side.

The Hannan brothers, Anthony and Mathew, both netted a hat-trick to add to a Terry Hargreaves strike and an own goal.

Overthorpe SC sank Dudley Hill Rangers 7-1 as Jack Allerton (2), Mark Heseltine (2), Liam Bradford, Kieran Bonner and Jason Milner swamped Paul Harrison’s lone consolation.

Early leaders Lepton Highlanders beat Wakefield City 5-2 and relegated Hunsworth had Ashley Gibson, Andrew Wood and Daniel Walding on target to beat Emley 3-0.

Salts allowed visiting Storthes Hall Reserves to build up a 4-0 lead before late efforts from Jonny Cunnington, Matt Newall and Kyle Berry reduced the deficit to 4-3.

Bronte Wanderers shared six goals with visitors Bay Athletic Reserves, while Westbrook YMCA and Tingley Athletic were both left still without a win after drawing 1-1.