WIBSEY need to win their final league game of the season in their fight to preserve their Yorkshire Amateur League Premier Division status.

After losing 3-0 at home to Leeds Medics, they visit already-relegated Stanningley Old Boys on Saturday.

Currently a point behind Ealandians, the Bradford side must win their match and hope Ealandians fail to beat sixth-placed hosts Stanley United in their last game on May 4.

Barring a landslide defeat for Ealandians, a point won't be enough for Wibsey as they have an inferior goal difference by minus six.

In the home defeat to second-spot-chasing Leeds Medics, Wibsey created some reasonable chances but none were taken.

Their keeper Paddy Dooley made a fine penalty save but Colm Hicks finished decisively to put the Medics 1-0 up at the break.

Wibsey stayed in the game until the 70th minute when sub Alex Diaz added the first of two goals.

Fellow Bradford side Athletico are safe thanks to a 1-1 draw at Stanley United.

Their Premier Division place was secured thanks to an equalising 35th minute spot kick from leading scorer Mohammed Qasim in reply to Stanley's goal from Ben Huntington.

Key for Athletico in their survival is a goal difference of -4, which is vastly superior to other clubs struggling at the bottom.

Bradford and District Senior Cup finalists Calverley Utd also secured safety with a 2-1 home win against Ealandians.

Damon Nicholls swivelled past two players before clinically giving the visitors the lead after the break.

A fine save from Will Grace kept Calverley from falling further behind before their pressure finally paid off after a clever through ball played in Si McQuiston and his dink over the keeper levelled the score.

It looked like the points would be shared but, in the 90th minute, a strong carry from captain Ben Cook caused panic in the Ealandians defence and, after a pinpoint delivery, Matty Wilson glanced home his 15th of the season to take all three points for the Owls.

Third-placed Idle kept pace at the top of Division One with a 2-1 home win over Collingham Juniors - a result which leaves Collingham perilously close to being relegated.

Some lovely interplay between Tom Simonett and Jack Strudwick saw man of the match Strudwick open the scoring for the hosts with a superb finish. Will Denton restored parity after the break but Simonett then popped up to regain the lead for Idle with a low drive from the edge of the area.

In Division Three, Prospect went down 2-1 to Leeds City FC III at their new home at Idle CC’s old ground.

Prospect were physically stronger and went ahead with an unstoppable goal from 25 yards from Andy Hoyland into the top corner.

But two goals in the last 15 minutes gave Leeds the spoils.

Prospect will hope for better when they meet New Middleton in the final of the Hodgson Cup on Saturday at Woodlesford (5.30pm).

Meanwhile, Farsley Celtic Juniors booked their place in the Yorkshire Old Boys Shield final with a 2-1 win over East Riding County League side AAK at Pocklington Town.

Goals from Craig Farrand and Danny Lyons saw the Celts come from behind to reach the showpiece against Horsforth St Margaret's at St Bede's on May 11 (1.30pm).