THE chances of Premier Division leaders Salts lifting the West Ring County Amateur League champions' trophy for the first time since 1981-82 have received a jolt.

Their game against second-placed Route One Rovers was switched to the 4G pitch at Halifax's Calderdale College as Rovers' ground at Esholt was waterlogged, and Salts lost 5-3, despite leading 2-1 at the break.

Khurram Shazad, Umar Farook, Hasan Ali, Danyal Yasin and Awais Khan Khan netted for Rovers, with Harry Naylor, Tom Hickey and debutant Jordan Missin replying for Salts, whose lead has been cut to seven points.

However, it wasn't all bad news for Salts as title rivals Golcar United, who have four games in hand and trail the leaders by 13 points, were beaten by 4-0 at Littletown.

A brace from Joe Jagger, including one from the penalty spot, George Porter and Ryan Higgins scored for the Heckmondwike-based club.

Campion Reserves followed up their midweek 5-0 victory against Wibsey with the same scoreline at home to Britannia Sports.

Matthias Britton (2) was assisted by Aaron Metcalfe, Will Bingham, and Tariq Hussain.

Wibsey found their ground at Bankfoot Cricket Club unfit on Saturday morning so switched their game to original visitors Steeton, but the change did Wibsey no favours as Steeton ran out 9-1 winners.

Andy Briggs led they way with four goals, with Ben Clarkson grabbing a treble and Ben Richardson a brace, while Lee Smith scored a late consolation for Wibsey.

Ovenden West Riding secured the Division One championship with an 8-2 home win over Overthorpe Sports Club.

John Booth (4), Damian Randall (2), Kevin Megson and Glynne Beale were on target for the winners, with Kristian Angus and Elliott Brook scoring for the visitors.

Salts Reserves are favourites to take the runners-up spot after winning 3-1 at Hunsworth, with Andy Sadowskj bagging a hat-trick, with Kyle Wilcox replying.

West Horton and Golcar United Reserves both posted 4-2 victories.

Hassan Sameer, Ahmed Khan, Ben McCardle and James Chadwick netted for West Horton, who beat Steeton Reserves, Will Knight replying with a double, while Golcar Utd Reserves accounted for Tingley Athletic.

* Guiseley (Whites) Under-14s lifted the Bradford & District FA Junior Cup with a 5-3 win on penalties over Horsforth St Margaret's Colts Under-14s at Eccleshill United after the sides were level at 0-0 after 70 minutes.