TOLLER lost their previous Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division match 13-1. They went out and signed three new players in Dave Wright, Matty Schofield and Matty Addy, which ensured a stunning turnaround.

An astonishing effort saw them defeat second in the table Stanley United 8-2. Luke Hepton hit four, while new signing Wright and leading scorer Kamran Khan netted two each.

That defeat for Stanley allowed leaders Farsley Celtic Juniors to go 12 points clear, as their remarkable run continues with nine successive victories.

They were 2-0 up after 25 minutes at Ryburn United, as Craig Farrand and Bailey Collington found the back of the net, but the home side’s skipper, Brad Waddington, pulled a goal back on the stroke of half-time.

Ryburn’s confidence grew after the break and Waddington added his second, restoring parity at 2-2, but Louis Surtees drilled a low free-kick into the bottom corner with five minutes to go for the winner.

Leeds Medics & Dentists took their first point of the season in a dull 0-0 draw at Athletico, who moved up to eighth.

Steeton Reserves are improving every week but remain in the bottom three. They took the lead twice at home to Alwoodley, through Mikey Armitage and Angus Maney, but Adam Turner levelled twice from the penalty spot for the Leeds side.

The 2-2 draw means that Steeton only have four points from nine matches.

In Round One of the Wharfedale Challenge Cup, Horsforth St Margaret’s B played one of their best games of the season, as they edged out an in-form Route One Rovers side 4-3.

Mohammed Alam, Danyal Yasin and Sinmi Oyebanji all netted for Rovers, but their margin of defeat could have been worse, as despite having a man sent off, Horsforth missed an incredible three penalties.