ROUTE One Rovers secured a superb 4-2 home win over Leeds City in the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division over the weekend.

Awais Khan and Zak Khan both netted braces, with the win seeing the Bradford side move just three points behind Leeds City, who are sixth in the table.

Muhammad Abdul-Rahym Khan and Zackary Sangster were on target for Athletico, as they earned a 2-2 draw with Stanley United.

It was a disappointing result against struggling opposition for Athletico, who dropped two valuable points in their pursuit of the top four.

Toller gave it their all at league leaders Horsforth St Margaret's, and were drawing 1-1 at half-time.

But Horsforth's class told in the end, as they ran out 4-1 winners. Toller remain down in 13th in the 15-team league (it was 16 but Steeton Reserves have pulled out for the remainder of this season).

St Bede's hotshot Jermaine Moyce was the star of the show once again, scoring four times as his side thumped Stanningley Old Boys 5-2 in the Premier Division.

They stay fourth and are in with an outside shot at the title. Close rivals Wibsey saw their game at Gildersome Spurs Old Boys postponed.

Idle won a crucial basement battle in the Championship 3-1 against Crofton Sports, while TVR United maintained their push for the summit by thumping Gomersal & Cleckheaton 5-1.

Abid Khan netted a hat-trick for TVR, who are one point behind leaders Horsforth St Margaret's Reserves, but with two games in hand.

Finally, in Division One, Tyersal managed to win 2-1 at Shire Academics Reserves, thanks to goals from Joshua Hyde and Wayne Wright.

The win moved them up a place to ninth, in a 13-team league.