A LATE winner from Jordan Northin kept alive Wibsey's survival hopes in the Yorkshire Amateur League Premier Division.

Their 4-3 victory at already-relegated Stanningley Old Boys lifted them out of the bottom two.

Now they must hope that Ealandians, who dropped into the relegation zone as a result, fail to win at fifth-placed Stanley United in their final game a week on Saturday.

Wibsey did all they could in their last league fixture with an own goal and a brace from Lee Smith coming before Northin's crucial winner on what was a difficult pitch.

Farsley Celtic Juniors, who play their matches at Bradford Academy, are one game away from completing the whole league season unbeaten as they won their penultimate clash 2-0 at Alwoodley.

But the game was marred by a bad ankle injury to Chad Morris, who had to have an operation following a 50-50 challenge with the Alwoodley keeper.

Morris had earlier scored Farsley's second goal, with Craig Farrand putting the champions in front with a 25-yard screamer.

Celts' final game is at Leeds Medics & Dentists on May 1.

St Bede's' poor end to their Championship campaign saw them slump to an 8-0 defeat at home to Wortley.

That defeat in their final league fixture saw them drop to fifth though, on the positive side, Jermaine Moyce leads the race for the division's golden boot with 29 goals from 19 appearances.

However, Wortley's Ryan Sharrocks bagged a brace to leave him three behind with four league games left.

A month ago Idle were odds on favourites to fill the runners-up spot in Division One but one victory in their last four matches has hampered their promotion hopes.

They lost 1-0 at Dewsbury Rangers with a weakened side but it remains all to play for, with Farsley Celtic Reserves the visitors on Saturday.

Tyersal missed out on automatic promotion in Division Two as they were held 3-3 at home by Littletown, who avoided the drop as a result.

Goals from Ryan Pogson, Owen Greaves and Wayne Wright proved insufficient for the hosts.

St Bede's Academy were once threatened with having to face re-election in Division Five but a 4-1 win at home to West End Park was the latest in a pleasing run which has seen them pull away from the danger zone.

Goals came from Michael Dougan (2), Liam Thacker and Shahid Hussain.

Dougan has now bagged 19 in 21 league and cup games, while Tom Mozley has 16 from 23 outings.

Gildersome Spurs won the Hodgson Cup final 4-2 on penalties after their clash with Drighlington Reserves ended 1-1 after extra time.

Brad Bowman put Spurs ahead, only for Liam Chadwick to equalise. Drig were hindered by the sending off of Ben Adams in the first half, with team-mate Charlie Leather receiving his marching orders later.