ANDREW McHugh cracked home a hat-trick as Toller eased their Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division relegation fears with a 5-1 win at home to fellow strugglers Drighlington.

Talent Ndlovu and Luke Hepton were also on target for the Bradford side, though they were helped by a red card for Drig's Joseph Booth at Thornton Recreation Ground.

The victory puts them on 14 points, five clear now of third-bottom Lower Hopton.

Elsewhere, Route One Rovers earned a superb 6-3 win over high-flying Littletown.

Anees Younis was at the double for Rovers as Littletown slipped to only their third league defeat of the campaign.

Athletico's strong season took a hit as they could only manage a 1-1 home draw with Ryburn United.

In the Premier Division, St Bede's title ambitions look to be over after they lost 2-0 at home to leaders Mount St Mary's. It could have been worse had St Mary's not seen a late penalty saved.

Wibsey could not close the gap to their Bradford rivals, as they slipped to a dreadful 4-1 defeat at struggling Ealandians.

Ethan Labad netted Wibsey's only goal.

There was a sensational clash between the top two in the Championship, as TVR United drew 5-5 at Horsforth St Margaret's Reserves.

Abid Khan netted twice early on for TVR, who remain just a point behind the leaders.

Struggling Idle picked up a good 3-2 win at Leeds Medics & Dentists, with Aaron Irving, Thomas Simonett and Jack Strudwick all on target for them.

Gomersal & Cleckheaton went down 2-1 at Woodkirk Valley.

Finally, in Division One, Tyersal were beaten 2-0 in a mid-table clash at Beeston St Anthony's.