IT was a disappointing day for the Bradford sides in action in the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division, with both hit for six.

After their 6-2 home defeat to Calverley United, Athletico are down to ninth after only picking up two points in their last five matches.

It was Calverley's first league win since September and they went 3-0 up before Athletico reduced the deficit to 3-2 just after the break.

That concluded their revival as Calverley, spearheaded by four-goal Tommy Wilson, cantered to victory.

Depleted Drighlington plunged to fourth from bottom as they fell 6-1 at home to sixth-placed Ryburn United.

Drig, who last won on the opening day of the season, are having to field what is virtually their second team at the moment.

In the Championship, PFC went second in the Premier Division after a thrilling 5-4 win over Colton Athletic.

Wonder kid Iby Farooq scored yet another free kick for PFC, his fifth in three games, and Zubair Khan hit a brace. Techaona Chiri levelled matters before Danny Williams hit a screamer into the top corner with seconds left to secure victory.

Shahzad Ahmed played after a year’s absence and picked up the man of the match award.

St Bede's were outclassed for most of their Premier Division game at Leeds City and were perhaps flattered by only losing 5-3. An early Bede’s goal was thwarted by an offside decision and City went 3-0 ahead by half-time.

They soon made it 5-0 before Bede's finally retaliated and netted in the75th minute through debutant Andy Collins. Shortly afterwards, Alex Green converted a penalty and James Parkinson notched a third but sadly it was too little too late.

St Bede's' reserves and academy had a better weekend. In Division Four, the former won 5-2 at home to Tyersal Reserves, with Tom O'Neill's double moving them up to fifth.

Meanwhile, the academy side, who play in Division Five, won an absolute classic 5-4 at Leeds City IV. The visitors were 4-1 down at the break but, led by two-goal Shahram Ali Arshad, they stormed back to steal a famous win.