A HARD-WORKING Athletico came up short in the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division, losing 2-0 at home to Horsforth on Saturday.

The visitors were unbeaten but rusty after not playing a league game since September 7. Nevertheless they managed a goal in each half through James Burgess and Mitchell Cameron to keep Athletico, who are not hitting the target enough despite creating good half-chances, down in seventh.

Farsley Celtic Juniors remain top after a 3-0 win at Calverley United. The sides were level at the break but the well-disciplined Celts pulled away as the second half wore on, scoring two late goals to wrap things up.

Craig Farrand netted a header and a volley for the visitors, while Joe Firth scored a fine individual goal.

Elsewhere, Route One Rovers' home game against Steeton Reserves was abandoned with the score at 2-0 to the visitors. The decision has been referred to the County FA.

Wibsey held out to record an excellent 3-2 home win in a hard but fair contest at home to Collegians in the Premier Division.

Wibsey raced into a 2-0 lead within 10 minutes thanks to goals from Danny O'Donnell and Damien Harland, before Jake Lodge reduced the arrears just after the break.

O'Donnell broke through to add his second on 65 minutes, but Collegians' top scorer Ryan Fuller netted with five minutes to fo to make it a nervy ending.

Elsewhere, Stanningley Old Boys were thrashed 7-0 by Middleton. Man of the match Scott Burns grabbed four, while there was a fine debut from Jonny Daniel.

In the Championship, PFC were left shellshocked , dropping to sixth after being thumped 6-2 at lowly Leeds Medics & Dentists Reserves.

Finally, Thornesians are bottom of Division One and have not taken a point from any of their three matches, losing their latest 5-2 at Athletico Reserves. Athletico have recovered from a bad start to move up to third with seven points from five games.