TOLLER recovered from a shocking start to put Athletico to the sword with a dominant 7-3 win in the Yorkshire Amateur Supreme Division.

They were poor for the first 10 minutes and were quickly 2-0 down, but were fantastic from then on and scored some great goals.

Brendan Maltby and Luke Hepton both grabbed a brace, while Sam Jordan, Kyle Dyche and Matt Schofield also netted.

Toller go fifth but Athletico, in freefall with only two points from their last six games, drop to 10th.

Steeton Reserves put in an excellent first half showing, but eventually tired at home to third-placed Littletown, who ran out 5-3 winners.

George Beaumont struck twice for Steeton, but he was outdone by Littletown's Matthew Bugg, who netted a brilliant hat-trick.

Calverley United won 4-2 at Leeds Medics & Dentists, despite the rock-bottom side showing plenty of quality, especially during an early onslaught.

The visitors survived that, then went 2-0 up through Lewis Waddington and Matt Wilson. Medics pulled one back before Waddington restored the two-goal lead.

The hosts netted from a free-kick before Wilson secured Calverley's victory late on.

In Division One, Fairbank United almost pulled off a fine comeback, before losing 4-3 at home to Lepton Highlanders.

Despite Mamadou Damba's goal, United found themselves 3-1 down with 30 minutes left, before a stunning Hassan Iqbal free-kick and an Asim Hussain bullet header pulled them level.

But they failed to deal with a late cross from the left, allowing the visitors to score and snatch victory.

In Division Four, St Bede's Reserves were put to the sword by Farnley Sports' Jordan Webb, who hit five goals in his side's 9-3 win.

Meanwhile, in the the Terry Marflitt Trophy, Route One Rovers bowed out at the first round stage with a 3-1 home defeat in an exciting contest with Morley Town AFC.

Farsley Celtic Juniors progressed with a 5-2 win at Stanley United, in a game played at Bradford Academy.

Alex Reid, Joe Firth and Said Osman put them 3-0 up, before Stanley pulled it back to 3-2 after the break.

But Farsley responded with a great 20 yard free-kick by Louis Surtees and shortly afterwards, Craig Farrand made it 5-2 with a header over the Stanley keeper to complete the scoring.

St Bede's were thumped 6-0 at Leeds City in the second round.

Athletico Reserves made an early exit from the Hancock Cup as they were thrashed 5-0 at Golcar United Reserves.

But there was Hodgson Cup success for St Bede's Academy, as they beat Beeston Juniors Old Boys Reserves 3-1, thanks to goals from Mark Stewart, Scott Best and Umar Ali.