ATHLETICO bounced back in style while Steeton Reserves’ dismal run of form continued in this round of Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division fixtures.

Following on from their previous narrow defeat to Alwoodley, Athletico produced a superb performance to beat local rivals Toller 7-0 at home.

Paul Hague netted twice in the thumping, which saw Athletico climb up to seventh. Toller subsequently dropped to 14th, three points off the foot of the table.

Elsewhere in the Supreme Division, Route One Rovers suffered back to back defeats, losing 3-2 away at Horsforth St Margaret's. A Damir Mulavdic brace ensured Horsforth claimed the three points.

Steeton suffered another defeat to remain pointless from their opening five.

Ryburn United hit four against them in a 4-1 victory. Bradley Waddington scored a brace to inflict the damage on the struggling home side.

Umar Ali Zahoor and Jermaine Moyce both struck for St Bede's to rescue a 2-2 draw away at Ealandians in the Premier Division.

That leaves them in fifth, two points off leaders Middleton.

Elsewhere, Wibsey played out a tense 0-0 draw away at Stanningley Old Boys.

In the Championship, Ashley Maitland scored late to rescue Idle a point away at Crofton Sports.

The 2-2 draw was enough to lift the Bradford side out of the bottom two.

PFC versus Ealandians was postponed as was TVR’s home game against Horsforth St Margaret’s Reserves.

Athletico Reserves produced a five-star display away at Horsforth St Margaret’s III’s in Division One.

A Mazn Amhamed double eased Athletico to a 5-3 victory.

Fairbank United failed to hold on to their 1-0 lead away at Beeston St Anthony and had to settle for a point in the end.

United face a tough trip to high-flying Leeds City Reserves in the next round of fixtures.