IN the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division over the weekend, Athletico and Leeds Medics & Dentists played out an exciting contest, with the former having to settle for a disappointing 2-2 draw.

Zain Mushtaq and Zackary Sangster opened the scoring for Athletico, before Leeds hit back in the second half with two quick goals to bring them level.

It was a shame for Athletico, who failed to build on their victory in a six-goal thriller with Bradford rivals Toller a few days earlier.

James Chadwick, Mushtaq, Mohammed Qasim and substitute Sangster ensued that all three points went to Athletico in their 4-2 win. Toller scored through Luke Hepton and Kieron Batey.

Toller’s game with Calverley United was sadly postponed at the weekend, with a waterlogged pitch meaning both sides were unable to take to the field.

Route One Rovers are flying and are up to sixth. They beat Drighlington 4-2 on Saturday, with Umer Farooq, Awais Khan, Zak Khan and Sinmi Oyebanji all on the scoresheet.

That came after Anees Younis hit a hat-trick in their 5-0 thumping of Lower Hopton a few days earlier. Their opponents finished the game with just nine men after a couple of red cards.

In the Premier Division on Saturday, high-flying St Bede’s suffered a bruising 8-0 defeat to leaders Middleton, with James Law scoring a remarkable six goals.

Wibsey also had a bad day, getting thumped 5-1 by Collegians, with Danny O’Donnell scoring a consolation for the disorganised Bradford side.

In the Championship, TVR United retained top spot after playing out a thrilling 3-3 draw at Colton Athletic. Hasnain Mohammed equalised an early Colton goal, but it was the hosts who led at the break.

They then went 3-1 up, before a late brace from Abid Khan bought TVR back into the game and secured a point.

Mohammed was on target a few days earlier too, as TVR surprisingly could only manage a 1-1 draw at struggling Crofton Sports.

Ashley Maitland and James Strudwick scored for Idle in their 2-1 win over Beeston Juniors on Saturday, in a game which saw both sides finish with 10 men. Substitute Callum Churn was sent off for Idle.

In Division One, Athletico Reserves lost to Shire Academics Reserves 4-0, with Ben Freeman scoring a hat-trick. Athletico finished with ten men as Jaret Armando Ramirez was sent off.

The same two teams faced off three days earlier, with Athletico faring even worse, going down 7-2 at home.

A brace from Kenneth Erhabor helped visiting Tyseral beat Morley Town Reserves 2-1 at the weekend, while Leeds City Reserves beat Fairbank United 4-1. A late Bilal Saleem penalty was Fairbank's only reward from the game.

Tyersal and Fairbank had faced off in midweek, with the former emerging as 5-3 winners in a cracking contest.

Erhabor and Ryan Pogson both hit braces for Tyersal, while Master Mamudou Kanteh Damba netted twice for the losing side.