CAMPION are flying in the NWCFL First Division North now after a shaky start, and their latest win saw them hammer visiting South Liverpool 6-1.

Leon Hurles-Brook (pictured) put the Red and Blacks 1-0 up early on, before an own goal soon increased their advantage.

Hurles-Brook added his second on the half-hour mark, before a Jake Maltby double early in the second half made it 5-0.

South Liverpool did get on the scoresheet through Owen Hough, but Daniel Keane made it six after 61 minutes.

That saw Campion into 12th spot, and Steeton are also on the up in that league, going 14th after a 6-2 win at Ashton Town.

Kayle Price hit a magnificent hat-trick, including two long range screamers, with Andy Briggs on target twice.

Teen Joe Snowden also netted for the Chevrons, with Ashton’s goals coming from Thomas McNamara and John Edgerton.

Leon Wright was sent off for two bookable offences on a miserable afternoon for Ashton.

Thackley won a topsy-turvy encounter in the NCEL Premier Division, 3-2 at home to Emley.

The Dennyboys went 1-0 up through an own goal, but the visitors equalised after 25 minutes thanks to James Eyles.

Ben Grech-Brooksbank and Albert Ibrahimi netted either side of half-time to give Thackley a 3-1 lead, but Max Tweddle hit Emley’s second on 68 minutes.

In the end, the hosts were indebted to a stunning late save from Luke Wilson, whose acrobatics from a header earned Thackley all three points.

Eccleshill stay third after Jonny Irving’s brace saw them to a 2-1 home win over Goole.

Silsden were 1-0 down to a Charlie Bell goal with 10 minutes to go at Staveley Miners Welfare, but a crazy ending saw Mo Qasim equalise, before Staveley went back in front thanks to a Samuel Kay header.

But the Cobbydalers pulled off a sensational 3-2 win thanks to even later strikes from Brad Riley and Joe Mitchell.

Liversedge continue to fly high at the top of the NPL East Division, after they thumped Yorkshire Amateur 5-0.

Ben Atkinson hit two for Sedge, with Paul Walker, Kevy Tarangadzo and Gavin Allott also on target for the leaders.