ROUTE One Rovers moved into third with a solid 3-1 victory over basement club Lower Hopton in the Supreme Division of the Yorkshire Amateur League.

Despite the visitors holding out in the first half, Zak Khan (2) and Jonathan Mwembie netted after the break to grab the three points.

Toller were smashed 5-0 at second-placed Littletown.

A brace from Matty Bugg and strikes by Scott Lightowler, Adam Williams and Reiss Brook meant the hosts recorded their seventh consecutive win.

Athletico were downed 5-1 by a rampant Ryburn United side.

Chris Silkstone (2), Alex Coburn, Oliver Brearley and George Turner were all on the scoresheet.

John Mallinson bagged four, meaning Drighlington’s miseries continue as they were thwarted 8-0 at Wortley.

Joe Hudson also scored a hat-trick in the rout, leading to the away side remaining second-bottom on five points.

Farsley Celtic Juniors advanced to the quarter-finals of the Terry Marflitt Trophy with a 3-1 win over Calverley United.

Goals from Joe Crampton, Joe Firth and Said Osman meant Farsley booked a tie with Whitkirk reserves in the next round.

PFC edged an entertaining 5-4 thriller over Ealandians reserves in the Championship. Abdul Ghaffar and Mohammed Zubair Khan were both at the double with Sami Ahmed grabbing the other.

Mamudou Kanteh’s trio allowed Fairbank United to narrowly overcome relegation favourites Shire Academy reserves 3-2 in Division One.

The hosts were reduced to 10 in the first half while Josh Thornton and Dexter Dare netted for the visitors.

Elsewhere, Tyersal and Farsley Celtic reserves were both involved in seven-goal hammerings.

The latter found themselves on the wrong end of the result, losing out to Lepton Highlanders, while Owen Thomas Greaves’s quadruple allowed the former to gain an easy win.

Chris Gibbons, Ryan Pogson and Callum Wood were the other scorers for Tyersal.

Relegation floaters Prospect threw away a three-goal lead as they almost shocked Division Three leaders Norristhorpe.

The visitors were a trio to the good at half-time before Lewis Collinson netted a hat-trick along with Matty Taylor and Dan Gannon adding the other finishes.