SETTLE United moved to the top of the Craven League with a 6-2 win at Carleton Sports Club on Saturday.

The North Craven side moved into first place above Silsden Whitestar, who have topped the league for most of the season.

Settle United have 46 points and Silsden Whitestar are on 45 points. Both teams have one match to play, against fourth placed Grassington United, who still have four league games to play.

The only Premier Division in action last Saturday was Broomhill, who beat Division Three side iPlay FC 3-1 in the Northern Plant Hire Trophy a Bronte Fields.

Tyler Brigg, Keann Shaw and substitute Zak Wake sealed the points for Broomhill, who will play Cononley Sports Club in the semi-finals. Richard Fowler scored the only goal for iPlay FC.

Settle United Reserves also had a big win at the weekend, beating Cross Hills 2-1 in the Division One Cup at Giggleswick.

Man of the match Matthew Beckwith put Settle up 1-0 at half-time. He then got another in the second half, as a Craig Donegan was on the scoresheet for Cross Hills.

Settle's victory advances them to the cup final, where they will play the winner of Bingley Town or Cononley Sports Club.

In the only Division One league game, a hat-trick by man of the match Daniel Conway led Rolls Reserves to a 6-2 win against Bradley in Barnoldswick.

Rolls, who led 2-1 at half-time, also got goals from Liam Garbutt, Daniel Howard and substitute Lewis Routledge. Rob Wardley and James Stapleton scored for Bradley.

AFC Barnoldswick advanced to the final of the Division Two Cup when they beat derby rivals Barlick Wanderers 7-1 in the semi-final at Victory Park on Saturday.

Callum Uttley's hat-trick and Wissam Badri's brace led AFC Barnoldswick, who also had a goal each from Callum Thomas and Nathan Hawke. Substitute Chris Rothwell scored a consolation goal for Barlick Wanderers.

In the only Division Two league game, Salts 3rds drew 2-2 against Bingley Town Reserves at Marley.

Salts 4ths advanced to final of the Division Three Cup with a 3-0 win against Barnoldswick Barons at Salts Sports Association.

George Hicks, Joe Pleasance and Wayne Walsh all scored for Salts.

In the only Division Three league game, a hat-trick by Mickey Ruddock led Sutton to a 6-1 win against Cross Hills Reserves at Sutton Playing Fields.

Man of the match Terence Hargreaves, Aiden Robinson and William Bestwick were also on the scoresheet for Sutton, and Sam Maude scored a consolation goal for Cross Hills.