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Tyersal's West Riding County Amateur League season kick-started by Bailey solo strike
Tyersal – who had taken just one point from their first three West Riding County Amateur League outings – put their indifferent start behind them to topple early Premier Division pacesetters Hall Green United 1-0.
Andrew Bailey secured victory with the only goal of the game, and his fifth of the season, early in the second half.
Steeton brushed aside their midweek setback at home to last season’s champions Ovenden West Riding with a 2-1 success at Bay Athletic.
Lee Reilly scored both goals to take his tally to six in four games.
Campion visited Littletown on a high after smashing seven past Salts in midweek but, despite an Arron Heywood first-half goal, strikes from Richard Newman, Jordan Maltas and Lee McKeown gave Littletown a 3-1 victory.
Salts were still suffering a hangover from their midweek defeat and were left pointless after visitors Kirkburton – with goals from Paul Wright, Joshua Ingham and James Meadows – returned home with a 3-1 win.
Newly-promoted Overthorpe are finding life in the top flight difficult and slipped to their third defeat in four games, with Storthes Hall 5-1 winners.
Last season’s Division One champions Lepton Highlanders, with three victories from their first four games, moved into pole position on goal difference after beating Ovenden West Riding 4-1.
Ventus Yeadon Celtic’s start of three successive victories was brought to an abrupt end by visitors Lower Hopton.
Mick Hall scored a brace and Craig Smith was also on target in a 3-0 success.
Wibsey had only a first-half effort from Chris Mortimer to show from their 4-1 setback at Tingley Athletic, who had Joshua Wray in fine form. He fired in a hat-trick, with Mat Bramley adding the other.
Hunsworth picked up their first win of the season on Friday evening when Ashley Thompson and Ryan Templeton netted in their 2-0 victory at Campion Reserves.
Early leaders on goal difference are Wakefield City, who cruised past Storthes Hall Reserves 6-1.
West Horton kicked off their Division Two season with a 7-2 success at Hunsworth Reserves, with Lee Smith leading the way with four goals.
A Roman Zurek goal for Dudley Hill Rangers failed to prevent his side slipping to a 2-1 defeat against Golcar Untied, who won 2-1, with Sam Boswill scoring both goals.
Richard Magson also bagged a brace, and with Mat Homm also on target, Salts Reserves picked up three points with a 3-0 success at Kirkburton Reserves.
Steeton’s second string won their opening game, beating Ovenden West Riding Reserves 3-1, with Ben McCormack, Mark Wilson and Dean Mitchell hitting the target.