IN the West Riding County Women's Premier Division, Bradford (Park Avenue) blew a two-goal advantage and had to settle for a disappointing 2-2 draw at strugglers Tingley.

Olivia Duxbury gave Bradford an early lead, with Katie Dormer adding another before the break. Tingley pulled one back, before netting a penalty to bring the scores level.

Despite several late chances, the points were shared and Avenue remain in fourth place.

Brighouse Athletic move up to fifth after winning 6-0 at 10-man Middleton, including a pair of braces from skipper Debbie Tomlinson and Sarah Kennerdale.

Meanwhile, Hepworth United are the new leaders on the back of a hard-fought 2-0 win against Leeds Medics and Dentists, with Yorkshire Amateur second after a 3-1 win at Wetherby.

Izzy di Franco, Laura Fagan-Gaines and Sophie Fagan-Gaines were on target for Silsden in their draw with Brayton, but they are still rooted the bottom with just two points.

A well-contested game between the First Division's top two, Ripon and Thackley, saw a share of the spoils, with the 2-2 draw featuring some excellent play from both sides.

Ilkley remain third after beating Leeds City 3-1, with goals from Olivia Boardman, Nat Sunderland and Rebecca Gill, while Tyersal won 3-0 at rock-bottom Skipton Town through Sarah Binns and Abbie Tate (2).

Finally, in the Second Division, Phoenix chalked up a comfortable 4-0 win at home to Thackley's second string.