PREMIER Division leaders Salts suffered a setback as they were well beaten at West Riding County Amateur League title rivals Golcar United.

The 5-1 outcome was only Salts' second defeat in 13 league games this season as Golcar extended their own unbeaten start to nine matches.

Salts had picked up ten wins and a draw in their previous 11 games but could Jonny Cunnington's second-half goal was far too little on this occasion.

Golcar were rampant as two-goal Callum Meade was backed up by strikes from Dave Conway, Carl Aitkin and Michael Tunnacliffe.

Campion slipped from second to third in the table after a surprise 2-1 defeat to struggling Lepton Highlanders, with first-half goals by Ben Bowstead and Jacob Robertson outweighing Matthias Britton's reply.

Steeton climbed to fourth place as they shrugged off a two-goal deficit to win 3-2 against defending champions Lower Hopton.

Michael Calvert and Liam Royal scored to put Lower Hopton in the driving seat but Andy Briggs pulled one back prior to the interval, although not before both sides had a player sent off.

With time running out, Steeton turned the tables with a deadly double as Briggs netted his second goal after Sam Rooke had grabbed the equaliser.

Route One Rovers and Britannia Sports netted 11 times between them in their game at Esholt, with Britannia running out 7-6 victors to return home in high spirits.

Littletown and Thornton United shared six goals at Beck Lane, with Luke Hepton netting all three for Thornton as Joe Jagger (2) and Patrick Sykes responded.

Ovenden West Riding remain the unbeaten leaders of Division One, with their latest victory being 8-1 at home against Hunsworth.

John Booth led the way with a hat-trick, while Terry Ryan netted at the double. Andrew Bailey, Greg Porter and Jordan Wadsworth completed the tally, with Jackie Cooper scoring the only consolation.

Dewsbury-based Overthorpe SC edged out bottom side Bradford FC 3-2, with Jack Angus (2) and Tim Clark goals proving decisive as Dave Rooney struck both replies.

TVR United were also 3-2 winners at home to Unita as goals by Jinaid Taj, Asif Iqbal and Danny Hussain outweighed those from Paul Noble and Nicky Lalouis.

West Horton could only manage a token goal, a penalty from Fabian Evans, at home to Golcar United Reserves as the second-placed visitors ran out comfortable 6-1 victors.

Third-placed Steeton Reserves had Brannan Lawn (2) and Greg Hudson on target as they beat Tingley Athletic 3-1.