FARSLEY Celtic Juniors lead the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division with four straight wins from four matches.

Their latest success was a 4-1 win at home to Bradford newcomers Toller.

It was goalless at the break before Danny Lyons opened the scoring before a 20-yard screamer from Josh Maskill doubled the lead.

Alex Reid and Louis Surtees (penalty) made it 4-0 before Toller leading scorer Kamran Khan scored from the spot to claim his sixth goal of the season in consolation in what was the visitors' first defeat of the campaign.

Horsforth St Margaret’s are level on points with Farsley after a 2-0 win over Ryburn United, Luke Norman and Joe Dixon on target.

Littletown are third with four victories from five matches, their latest coming in a 3-1 triumph at home to Alwoodley as Scott Lightowler, Tim Clark and Adam Williams found the target.

Bradford side Athletico broke their duck with a 3-1 victory over visitors Steeton Reserves. The hosts had to come from behind as Athletico restored parity after 20 minutes through Abid Khan, who added a second just after the break before Mahine Malik clinched the points with a third.

Josh Whiteley scored a hat-trick and Nathan Smith - the league's leading scorer - netted a brace as Stanley United inflicted a first defeat on Calverley Utd with an emphatic 7-2 win.

In the first round of Premier Division games, St Bede's enjoyed a 3-2 win at home to Leeds City.

The Bradford hosts featured four debutants and two of them scored in Mo Khan and James Parkinson. Khan got the opener after he was set up by a wonderful through ball by fellow new boy Oli Priestley.

Leeds levelled by half-time before Bede's stalwart Ian Horrocks restored the lead from the spot before Parkinson gave the hosts breathing space with a third, only for City to pull a goal back.

Alex Cookson scored twice as Shire Academics hammered an understrength Wibsey side 5-0 at home.

In the Championship, Idle came from 3-1 down to bag a 3-3 draw at home to Leeds Independent.

The hosts fell behind before an Aaron Irving scorcher from the edge of the area restored parity by half-time.

Leeds upped the ante after the break but a fine header from Irving and a goal from Jack Strudwick, after good work from Ryan Mitchell, claimed a point.

A hat-trick from Luke Chippindale saw Bradford side PFC triumph 5-4 at home to Dewsbury Rangers in their first Yorkshire Amateur League clash.

It was 2-2 at the break with PFC always marginally in front in the second period. James Chadwick and man of the match Mueen Hyder also weighed in with goals for the hosts as they just edged a thrilling contest.