LEEDS Medics & Dentists shuffled their pack but kept their 100 per cent Premier Division record intact in the Yorkshire Amateur League.

After their superb 4-1 win over Ealandians the previous week, hosts Farsley Celtic Juniors dominated the first half against Medics but trailed to a third-minute goal by Tom Smith.

Louis Surtees (penalty) and Danny Lyons netted for the hosts in the second half but they lost 4-2 to the leaders.

Medics have won ten out of ten, while well-drilled Drighlington made it six successive wins with a 6-1 victory at Morley Town to stay fourth.

Goals came from Sam Thorpe (2) and Harvey Booth before the interval, with skipper James Bradd, Booth and Andy Punter finding the net in the second period. Ryan Hartley got Town's consolation.

In the Championship Division, second-placed Calverley United got back to winning ways after two league defeats with a 5-4 home verdict over Mount St Mary's.

New skipper Matty Wilson was United's hero, giving them a first-half lead and then scoring four more goals before half-time after Mount had equalised.

He now has 27 goals for the campaign but there was a nervous finish as Mount scored three without reply.

St Bede's climbed to third with a 0-0 draw at Leeds Medics & Dentists Reserves but must be wondering how they failed to return from Weetwood with all three points.

Tahweed Ahmed, Ian Horrocks and Steven Drake had opportunities in the first half, while Lewis Dean hit the underside of the bar with a 20-yard volley with ten minutes left after a combination of the keeper and three defenders had denied Ahmed.

In Division One, Idle went behind to visitors Dewsbury Rangers on GOALS Bradford's 3G pitch but took the lead before half-time via two Jack Strudwick penalties, following a handball and a foul on Tom Simonett.

Third-placed Idle went through the gears in the second half, however, and youngster Strudwick completed his hat-trick after a flowing move involving Ryan Mitchell and Aaron Irving.

Gildersome Spurs Old Boys Reserves also played some delightful football in winning 7-1 at struggling Dewsbury Rangers Reserves in Division Four.

Ben Bowman (3), Sam Innes (2), Lucas Scott and George Taylor were the marksmen for the fourth-placed old boys, who still trail Drighlington Reserves, Leeds City City Old Boys Thirds and Prospect by a distance.

Leaders Drighlington Reserves beat Calverley United Reserves 2-1, with the visitors leading 1-0 at the break via Andy Wood.

Declan Wilkinson and Danny Hill netted for Drig in the second half but the margin would have been much greater were it not for outstanding Calverley keeper Will Grace.

Undefeated Prospect, who are second, triumphed 4-3 at Middleton Park, who took the lead.

Nathan Bailey's 18-yard shot levelled matters and man of the match Joe Keen made it 2-1 for Prospect by converting a lovely Stephen Thwaites pass.

Park made it 2-2 by half-time but Jordan Farrell and a Keen free-kick gave Prospect clear water before Park replied with a curling 25-yard free-kick.

Tyersal Reserves had to combat an appalling home pitch before defeating Shire Academicals Fourths 2-1 in Division Five.

Adrian Lowther got a goal in each half for the hosts, whose man of the match was Brian Hands.

Leaders Norristhorpe Reserves won 3-1 at St Bede's Reserves in a big clash, with the home management calling their defence "sloppy".

Anthony Reardon got their goal in reply to efforts from Sam Everett, Jack Brazier and Luke Harrington.