ILKLEY Town and Field continue to battle it out at the top of the West Yorkshire League Premier Division, as both sides maintained their 100 per cent winning records over the weekend.

Field were victorious in a nine-goal thriller, beating Huddersfield Amateur 6-3 away from home.

A fine Eoin Schofield hat-trick secured the three points for Field, who were also indebted to Jahro Parchment's brace.

Ilkley cruised to a 2-0 away victory against Knaresborough Town.

Tom Smith and Matt Whitehead struck for Town.

Both Field and Ilkley have maximum points from their opening four games, but the former are top by virtue of having a better goal difference.

Salts and Oxenhope Recreation played out a tense 1-1 draw in the standout fixture of the weekend in Division One.

Louis Fialdini struck for Oxenhope to deservedly rescue a point, after Nicholas McNally netted for Salts.

The draw ensures Salts retain top spot, while Oxenhope stay third.

Brandon Hammond struck twice to ensure Otley Town strolled to a 3-0 home victory against bottom-placed Shelley.

Elsewhere, Pool AFC surrendered a 1-0 half-time lead away at Wetherby Athletic to draw 2-2.

Anthony Walsh scored a brace for the hosts.

Brighouse Sports remain winless after their opening three fixtures.

A Gareth Barber double secured Ripon City an impressive 4-2 home victory against them.