WHILE the other Bradford district sides flounder near the foot of the table in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division, Eccleshill United continue to impress.

A magnificent run of form has seen them win six of their last seven league games and they should notch up another three points when they host second-bottom Harrogate Railway Athletic tomorrow.

Thackley have had a disappointing season, but they are still seven points clear of the relegation zone, with games in hand on the sides around them in the table.

They face a tough weekend assignment at mid-table Bottesford Town, who have won seven of their nine home league games so far this season.

Campion have not lost in Division One since August, and deservedly find themselves three points clear at the summit.

They should pick up another win at home to lowly Ollerton Town tomorrow, although their opponents have earned seven points from their last three games.

Silsden made a stunning start to the campaign after their promotion to the Hallmark Security League Premier Division.

A dreadful run of form has seen them slip right down to ninth place, but they picked up an impressive, morale-boosting victory last weekend, 2-0 at Litherland REMYCA.

They have a good chance to make it two in a row with a home win over struggling Whitchurch Alport tomorrow, with their visitors having lost all of their previous four league games.

In Division One North, Steeton have made a good fist of their debut campaign at this level and they will be confident of picking up another win tomorrow, as they visit struggling Ashton Town.

In the Evo-Stik Premier Division, Farsley Celtic are on a roll. They have won nine league matches in a row to go second, with four games in hand on leaders Nantwich Town.

They have a chance to make it a perfect 10, but will need to defeat title rivals Warrington Town at Throstle Nest to do so.

Brighouse Town are also second, in the Evo-Stik East, but they did not have a good start to 2019, after they were thumped 4-0 at Ossett United on New Year's Day.

They will hope that was just a blip, as they look to bounce back with a win at sixth-placed Belper Town.