ATHLETICO moved up to eighth in the Supreme Division of the Yorkshire Amateur League after easing past second-bottom Lower Hopton 5-0.

An Abid Khan brace was followed by goals from Moussa Fouzri Moussa, former St Bede's star Tawheed Ahmed and Anil Singh to provide the hosts with all three points.

Toller condemned bottom-placed Leeds Medics & Dentists to further misery as they suffered their fourth defeat on the bounce.

Despite receiving a red card on the half hour mark, the visitors had already gone four goals up through Brendan Maltby, Josh Taylor, Kamran Khan and Danny Hassan.

While Toller did concede a goal in each half, it was man of the match Kamran Khan who doubled up to make the final score 5-2.

Steeton Reserves remain third-bottom after being downed 4-1 at Littletown.

The home side had the game won at the break, already racking up their four and conceding what would only be a consolation.

Littletown's goals came through Matty Bugg (2), Adam Williams and Scott Lightowler.

Daniel Hussain's hat-trick helped Route One Rovers pull off the shock of the weekend by beating third-placed Stanley United 4-3.

Rovers opened the scoring early on before being pegged back by a Rhys Bruce strike.

However, this did not derail the home side who racked up a 4-1 lead after Hussain and Shoaib Iqbal capitalised on United's defensive errors.

Route One did almost let it slip towards the end though, when Bruce grabbed a second and a Josh Whiteley penalty made it a tense finale.

Waheed Khan's man of the match performed aided in his side holding on to the crucial victory.

In the Championship, Horsforth St Margaret's Reserves threw away a 2-1 advantage to miss out on the chance to go top after they were beaten 3-2 by Leeds Medics & Dentists Reserves.

Jamie Barnard and Tom Hazeldine put the hosts in front before a late brace from Florian Nurudeen stole the victory from Horsforth's grasps.

A Tom Hart quadruple handed Sandal Wanderers a 4-0 win over Gildersome Spurs OB Reserves in Division Two.

Hart's cool finishing and dribbling ability proved too much for the 11th-placed hosts, who are now winless in their last four.

St Bede's Reserves moved up to fourth after smashing Old Batelians 6-1 in Division Four.

Trinity Brown (2), Liam Williams, Andy Cousen, Garry Padgett and Kazam Shah were all on the scoresheet for Bede's.

Adrian Lowther's trio made it easy work for Tyersal Reserves in the Hodgson Cup, beating Leeds City IV 3-0.

Lowther has now scored 16 goals in all competitions this season and Tyersal will next face Old Centralians Academics in the second round.