WIBSEY were left disappointed in the midweek Yorkshire Amateur League fixtures, as they were forced to settle for a home point against rock-bottom Stanningley Old Boys.

A cracking match, which saw Ethan Lee, Jordan Northin and Matthew Smith all on target for the Bradford side, finished 3-3.

Those two dropped points leave Wibsey sixth in the Premier Division.

But at least they took something from their game, with Route One Rovers and Toller both emerging pointless from their Supreme Division fixtures on Wednesday.

Route One lost 4-2 to Littletown in a superb match, while struggling Toller fought hard against league leaders Farsley Celtic Juniors, but eventually succumbed to a 2-0 defeat.

Lowly duo Fairbank United and Athletico Reserves played each other in Division One, but had to settle for a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw.

Zeeshan Haider grabbed the only goal for the latter.