ATHLETICO went third in the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division on Saturday, after a sensational performance from substitute Zackary Sangster secured a thrilling 4-3 win at Ryburn United.

He came off the bench to net a hat-trick, matching the efforts of Ryburn hotshot Bradley Waddington.

Izatullah Ghaznewal netted Athletico's other goal.

Route One Rovers were also involved in an exciting clash, drawing 3-3 with Lower Hopton thanks to a brace from Zak Khan and a strike from Danyal Yasin.

Toller remain in trouble in third-bottom, and they were thumped 5-0 at Wortley.

But they are at least above Steeton Reserves, who lost their 10th game out of 10 when they went down 4-2 at Leeds City, despite goals from Warren Bennett and Joe Mason.

Jermaine Moyce struck twice for St Bede's in the Premier Division, but that was not enough, as they went down 3-2 at home to title rivals Golcar United.

But it was a good day for Wibsey, who picked up an impressive 4-1 win over Collegians, thanks to a brace from Danny O'Donnell.

TVR United are flying the flag for the Bradford sides in the Championship, and they comfortably beat Hanging Heaton 3-0 thanks to goals from Abid Khan, Faisal Shabir and Sarfaraz Aslam.

Idle are struggling though, with just one win to their name, and they lost 3-1 at the weekend to Woodkirk Valley. Aaron Irving's strike was no more than a consolation.

Gomersal & Cleckheaton are also floundering, and they were thrashed 6-1 at Ealandians Reserves.

PFC's season has been a disaster, with Covid-19, waterlogged pitches and a walk-off earlier this month meaning they have only completed three games and sit bottom with just three points.

They suffered another postponement at home to Beeston Juniors at the weekend.

In Division One, Fairbank United picked up just their second win of the season by beating Shire Academics Reserves 3-2.

Athletico Reserves came from behind to pick up a fine point in a 3-3 draw at Morley Town Reserves, while Tyersal's clash with Thornesians was postponed.