ATHLETICO produced the shock of the rain-affected weekend in the Yorkshire Amateur League, overcoming Supreme Division promotion challengers Calverley United 3-1.

Tawheed Ahmed bagged a brace for the visitors while Bulgarian new signing Nicholi Stoilov also got on the scoresheet to seal the win.

Athletico are now unbeaten in five, winning four in a run which has landed them in eighth position.

A late Awais Khan winner meant Route One Rovers came from two goals down to record a great 3-2 victory against second-placed team Littletown.

Haseeb Ahmed and Danny Hussain were the other scorers for Rovers who condemned the away side to a third consecutive loss.

Drighlington struggles continue at the foot of the table after a 2-0 defeat at Leeds Medics & Dentists.

An Adam Deraji second-half double put the young 14th-placed team to the sword.

St Bedes’ fixture with leaders Gildersome Spurs was the only Premier Division fixture which took place.

The table-toppers raced into a 3-0 lead after goals from Ben Keedy, Ade McCormack and Matty Jackson before Andy Gallagher brought some solace for the visitors.

Mike Hall’s goal all but ended the affair with Sam Marshall grabbing a consolation for Bedes.

It was honours even in the relegation six-pointer between Farsley Celtic Juniors reserves and Shire Academics reserves in Division One.

An 89th-minute equaliser from Adam Jesusko rescued a point for Farsley after Shire gained a two-goal advantage through James Wren and Ben Freeman strikes.

It was a five-star performance from Tom Hart which continued Prospect’s miseries near the bottom of Division Two with a hammering at Sandal Wanderers.

A trio of finishes from Jordan Farrell, Elliott Homes and sub Connor Cowan were not enough for the away side.

In Division Five, St Bedes Academy played out an entertaining 4-4 draw with Huddersfield Amateur reserves.

For the Academy, Tom Mozley (2), George Nash and Shahram Ali Arshad were all on target while Ben Harris (2), Kev Spalding and Aarron Swain netted for Huddersfield.

In the Bradford Sunday Alliance only two matches made the cut, with FC Dog & Gun beating Park Pub 4-3 in the Championship and AFC Undercliffe pulling off a mighty upset in the Intermediate Cup by gaining a 5-3 victory over Division Two side Woodlands.