Oxenhope piled on the pressure at the top of the Premier Division with a stunning performance against Carleton.

They ran in six goals as they swept to victory in a one-sided game.

The win puts top club Skipton LMS under pressure after they moved ahed of Bronte Wanderers.

But Bronte, who were not in league action last weekend, are just one point behind with a game in hand and are determined to have a big say in the championship.

Silsden 2004 are having a torrid time in Division One, but Keighley FC and Long Lee Juniors are determined to make an impression during their Division Two campaign. the Keighley side beat Ribble Valley outfit, Grindleton 5-4 in a thriling contest while the Juniors scraped home with a 1-0 victory in a tough encounter against Cononley Sports.

Oakworth are top of Divison Three after sweeping to an 8-0 victory over Ingleton. Silsden White Star are just a point behind and Long Lee Juniors Reserves are also in the rrame despite drawing 3-3 with Carleton Reserves.

Premier Division: Cononley Sports 6 WFC Clitheroe 2, Gargrave 2 Waddington 1, Oxenhope 6 Carleton 1.

Division One: Barrowofrd Utd 2 Oxenhope Res 3, Craven College OB 5 Skipton LMS Res 4, Hellifield Sports 0 Clitheroe Lions 0, Intake 3 Skipton town 3, Embsay Res 5 Rolls Royce 2.

Division Two: Gridnleton 4 Keighley FC 5, Pendle Athletic 8 Intake Res 1, Horton 2 Gargrave Res 5, Long Lee Jnrs 1 Cononley Sports Res 0, Earby Town 1 Waddington Res 3.

Division Three: Silsden Whitestar 5 Earby 1, Cowling Res 1 Hellifield Sports Res 3, Ingleton 0 Oakworth 8, Carleton Res 3 Long Lee Jnrs Res 3, Barnoldswick Barons 4 Pendle Renegades 0, Grassington Utd Res 2 Bradley Res 0.