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Campion last the pace to sink Hall Green United
Campion picked up the pace in the second half at Hall Green United to log their second Premier Division win of the fledgling West Riding County Amateur League season.
Jordan Aird gave Campion the lead after ten minutes but Clifton Firth was on hand to equalise for the hosts before the break.
But Omar Habeed and Jordan Missin netted after the interval to give the Bradford side a 3-1 victory and leave Hall Green still looking for their first point.
A Matthew Kershaw own goal gave Storthes Hall a first-half advantage at Steeton but Lee Reilly equalised and Sam Rooke grabbed a late winner as the home side triumphed 2-1.
Salts and Tyersal both suffered setbacks on their travels, with Salts losing for the first time 5-2 at defending champions Bay Athletic.
Kyle Berry struck both replies as Kitson Gayle’s double for the Huddersfield-based hosts was backed up by Nathan James, Iwan Healey and Craig Burns.
Tyersal had just a consolation goal from Andrew Bailey to show from their visit to Kirkburton, who had Joshua Cooke, Joshua Ingham and Daniel Morgan on target in a 3-1 win.
Ovenden West Riding were also beaten for the first time but remain top by a point as opponents Golcar United’s 3-0 victory lifted them to within a point in second place.
Hunsworth, Ventus-Yeadon Celtic and Wakefield City are all level on 12 points at the top of Division One.
Leaders Hunsworth have a better goal difference and a game in hand as they extended their 100 per cent start with a 6-1 win at home to Steeton Reserves.
Dale Wright and Joel Farrar netted twice apiece, complemented by Lee Padgett and Jonjo Haley, as their side made it 23 goals in four games to date.
Ventus-Yeadon beat Salts Reserves 4-1 and Wakefield were also comfortable winners 3-0 at West Horton.
Dram Community, who are new to the league this season, and Dudley Hill Rangers are both still unbeaten as they lead the way in Division Two.
Huddersfield side Dram remain top on goal difference after accounting for Hall Green United Reserves 6-0, while Rangers had Alex Wooley, Joe Broadhead and Daniel Softley on the mark as they edged out Littletown Reserves 3-2.
The two other newcomers – Bradford and Thornes – continue to ease into their fresh surroundings.
Bradford, after being Spen Valley League champions for the last two seasons, are fourth with five points from their opening four games after a 2-2 draw at Tingley Athletic Reserves.
And Wakefield-based Thornes may have lost their first three games but broke their duck in style by winning 5-1 Lower Hopton Reserves.