ALBION Sports remain unbeaten in the Northern Counties East League Premier Division this season, and have soared up to fifth in the table with several games in hand on the sides above them.

Their latest success came last night with an impressive 4-2 home win over Handsworth.

Robbie Fox flashed a long-range strike just wide early on, but quickly put that right by heading Albion in front after 17 minutes.

Lewis Waddington punished a goalkeeping error to put the hosts 2-0 in front at the break, before Handsworth came close on a couple of occasions just before half-time.

The visitors kept the pressure on, and George McMahon was forced into a brilliant save in the Albion goal to deny a headed attempt at goal from a free-kick.

Handsworth then had an effort go inches wide of the post, and they were punished once again when Waddington pounced upon another error to make the score 3-0.

But the away side scored twice in seven minutes to bring the score back to 3-2.

With both sides pushing forward in the closing stages, Albion saw an effort from Fox saved and a shot cleared off the line.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Robbie Fox was a constant menace in attack for Albion as usual.Robbie Fox was a constant menace in attack for Albion as usual. (Image: Alex Daniel.)

Handsworth had a chance of their own, but a great block denied them a stunning equaliser.

Instead, Albion went up the other end and clinched the win in injury-time through Hass Gorji on the break.

Farsley Celtic were the last remaining non-league team of ours in the FA Cup, but they have now been knocked out.

Their second qualifying round replay took place at their National League North rivals Scarborough Athletic on Tuesday night, and they lost 3-0.

To make matters worse, the Celts saw Jordan Carroll sent off for two bookable offences.