ATHLETICO and Route One Rovers claimed important victories in the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division this weekend, in what proved to be a high-scoring set of fixtures.

Athletico hit five in a 5-2 home thrashing of Calverley United, with Paul Hague at the double. The victory ensured they claimed back to back victories for the first time this campaign.

The Bradford side will be hoping they can keep the momentum going, as they face a trip to struggling Alwoodley in the next round of fixtures.

Goals were aplenty at Drighlington, as Route One Rovers battled courageously to hang on for a 4-3 away win.

A Bradley Tynan double secured the three-points for Ryburn United, who defeated a lacklustre Toller side 4-1.

Steeton Reserves remain winless in their opening three games of the campaign, after suffering a narrow 3-2 defeat away to Leeds Medics and Dentists over the weekend.

The result means they are stuck at the foot of the table with a goal difference of -11.

In the Premier Division, St Bede's continued their majestic form, hammering Shire Academics 5-1 at home.

A Jermaine Moyce hat-trick rounded off an extremely impressive five-star performance.

Elsewhere, strikes from Ethan Labad, Ethan Lee and Vaughan Clark Williams secured Wibsey a surprise 3-3 draw against high-flying Mount St Mary’s.

In the Championship, TVR United’s home fixture against Idle was postponed, as was PFC’s trip to Woodkirk St Valley.

Athletico Reserves earned their first victory of the campaign with a 3-0 away win against Middleton Park in Division One. That result lifts them up into 10th place.

Goals from Mazn Amhamed, Mohammed Zafoor and Shoaib Zahid saw them through.

Fairbank United were denied all three points as they drew 1-1 in a tense home fixture against 10-man Leeds Independent. Shoaib Hussain broke the deadlock for United.

The point sees them in fifth place ahead of a tough away fixture against table-topping Lepton Highlanders.