TOLLER were left empty-handed in a seven-goal thriller which visitors Leeds Medics & Dentists won 4-3 in the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division.

Despite some horrendous conditions at Thornton, the teams deserve full credit for putting on a fine spectacle which was played in a good spirit.

Medics had the wind in the first half and led 2-1 at the break thanks to a free-kick from Jack Helliwell and a second from Brad Chambers.

Toller's goal five minutes from the interval was notched by Matty Schofield with a clinical finish.

The free-scoring but not 100 per cent fit Kamran Khan was brought on for the hosts and soon had an impact in the second half, slotting home a penalty to make it 2-2.

James Chadwick converted from close range to regain the Medics lead but Toller once again equalised thanks to a powerful Brendan Maltby cross that eluded everyone including the Leeds keeper.

However, the spoils went to the visitors after arguably the goal of the day when some great passing found Adam Darradji at the far post and he finished calmly.

Horsforth St Margaret's signalled their intent with a 3-2 home win over second-placed Littletown.

The victory put the hosts up to fifth and, having won nine out of their 11 games, they have plenty of scope to climb higher with games in hand.

Horsforth trailed 1-0 at the break as Adam Williams netted but man of the match Alex McGurk and Jamel Stewart put them ahead with eight minutes to go. In the 90th minute Rexhep Ejupi increased the advantage before Littletown pulled one back through Reiss Brook.

In the Premier Division, leaders Gildersome Spurs Old Boys were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Collegians, Conor Firth having put the hosts ahead.

Middleton are now one point behind Spurs after a 5-4 win at Morley Town.

Scott Burns bagged a hat-trick for the winners, with Oliver Ainsworth on target twice for Town.

Two Bradford sides shared a 13-goal feast in Division One as Athletico reserves beat Tyersal 9-4 at home.

The hosts were in charge for most of the contest as Zeeshan Haider claimed a hat-trick and Marc Wilson a brace. Zain Mushtaq, Tawheed Ahmed, David Dawud Bayoh and Saad Abbas were also on target for Athletico.

Kenneth Erhabor replied with a double for Tyersal.

Calverley United reserves reached the semi-finals of the Hodgson Cup after an entertaining 4-2 win over St Bede's reserves.

The game was switched to the 3G pitch used by Bede's to ensure it went ahead.

Calverley were 2-0 up after 15 minutes courtesy of Jack Mills and Adam Slater from free-kicks.

Bede's drew level thanks to goals from Kris Balodis and Oli Priestley and, despite considerable second-half pressure from the Bradford side, Calverley eased back in front when Tom Reynolds, a mid-season signing, notched two spectacular goals in the 70th and 75th minutes. Reynolds has now netted 13 times in seven games.

That was enough to seal their progress, with Bede's left to rue hitting the woodwork four times and also being thwarted several times by keeper Adam Rzepkowski.

Calverley will play Middleton under-23s in the semi-final at county headquarters on March 7.

There was only one match which beat Storm Dennis in the Bradford Sunday Alliance but it was an important one.

At Southfield Grange School, visitors Thornbury Celtic made it eight wins out of eight in beating Division One leaders Low Moor 2-1.

Victory on the artificial pitch put Celtic one point behind Moor in second place but with three games in hand.