BRADFORD Academy-based Farsley Celtic Juniors have continued where they left off with two opening wins in the Yorkshire Amateur League.

Having won the Premier Division last season, the Celts are top of the newly-created Supreme Division with two wins out of two.

They won 4-1 at home to Esholt-based Route One Rovers, one of number of teams who have entered the league following the demise of the West Riding County Amateur League.

Rovers played some excellent football in the first half and it came as no surprise that they were a goal up at the interval thanks to the in-form Danyal Yasin in the 44th minute.

A severe dressing down at half-time paid dividends for Farsley, who were level in the 50th minute thanks to a Steve Wells rocket. This was doubled up by a screamer from Jake Thompson in the 60th minute from the same distance.

Rovers had a player sin-binned - under a new FA rule at grassroots level, players can be sent from the pitch for 10 minutes for dissent to the referee - and one sent off for a direct red-card offence.

It was therefore no surprise when Louis Surtees curled the ball home from long range to increase the lead and Ewan Speck added a fourth.

Level on points with Farsley in second place are Calverley, who followed up a 1-0 win over Ryburn by beating hosts Steeton Reserves 2-1.

They led 2-0 at the interval thanks to goals from Matty Wilson and Josh Debenham.

Steeton pulled a goal back after the break but Calverley, for whom Tom Westerman was man of the match, felt they should have won by a larger margin.

Athletico were beaten 3-0 at home to Littletown in their first game of the season.

The Bradford hosts were guilty of two defensive mistakes in conceding as Scott Lightowler and Adam Williams (2) ensured victory for the Heckmondwike outfit.

Newcomers Toller drew 1-1 at home to Drighlington in a cracking game.

The visitors led at the interval thanks to a Joe Booth goal in the 25th minute but Toller levelled in the 60th minute courtesy of Luke Hepton.

There was drama in the final minute when a Drig player was brought down and Toller were reduced to ten men, but the Bradford side's keeper saved the spot kick.

Wednesday fixtures (6.30pm): Alwoodley v Horsforth St Margaret's, Calverley United v Toller,

Drighlington v Stanley United, Farsley Celtic Juniors v Athletico FC, Lower Hopton v Littletown,

Ovenden West Riding v Steeton Reserves, Route One Rover v Ryburn United.