STEETON, after losing 5-3 to Littletown in the Taylor's Timber West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division Cup semi-final, gained a morale-boosting 5-0 league victory when the sides met at Beck Lane.

An Alex Yates treble, aided by Ben Clarkson and Sam Rooke, moved the Summerhill Lane club into third.

Both Lower Hopton (4-1 against Honley) and Newsome (5-1 at Lepton Highlanders) won to keep up their respective bids for the Premier Division championship.

Mat Bugg and Aiden Scofield netted a brace each for Hopton at Honley, with Calum McLachlan replying.

Newsome had two goals each from Paul Pyke and Kitson Gayle to add to a Wayne Shooter effort against Lepton Highlanders, with Jonathon Bullivant netting a consolation.

Thornton United stepped up their bid for the Division One championship with a 13-0 drubbing of Tyersal.

Danny Walker (6), Brendan Maltby (2), Marcus Edwards (2), John Selby, Marcus Davey and an own goal made up the tally.

Meanwhile, in contrast, a goal in the final minute for Iqbal Shoaib gave Route One Rovers a 1-0 victory at Golcar United Reserves to keep them in second place, three points ahead of Wakefield City, who lost 3-1 at Holmfirth Town.

Ventus Yeadon Celtic ended their season with a 1-0 success at Steeton Reserves, with Michael Braime scoring in the second half.

The Premier Division Cup final between Littletown and Golcar United will be played at Brighouse Town's Giles Road ground on Saturday, May 13th (2.30pm).

TVR United and Lower Hopton Reserves will contest the Division Two Cup final next Monday at Littletown’s Beck Lane ground (6.30pm).

The venue for the Division One Cup final, which involves Route One Rovers, will be announced once the semi-final between Golcar United Reserves and Steeton Reserves is resolved tonight.