SILSDEN Whitestar won their first two games to take an early lead in the Craven League.

After five goals by Sam Stansfield saw Whitestar beat Cross Hills 7-1 in a midweek game, Silsden got a 3-1 win when they hosted FC Sporting Keighley on Saturday.

James Hitch, Josh Mcnulty and Gavin Shearer were on the scoresheet for Silsden, and substitute Amin Ali got a consolation for Keighley, who remain second on goal difference with Grassington United.

Grassington, who had a big 5-3 midweek win against Settle United thanks to a hat-trick by Luke Howson, then lost 5-3 on Saturday at home to Trawden Celtic Juniors.

Grassington got goals from Reece Fowler, Oliver Newbould and Ben Schindler, but Thomas Swindells' hat-trick for Trawden proved to be the difference.

After suffering a heavy 6-1 midweek defeat to FC Sporting Keighley, Bingley Town got their first win in the Premier Division with a 3-1 victory at Marley against fellow division newcomers Cross Hills on Saturday.

Carleton Sports Club lost two away games in a week, going down 6-2 at Skipton Town in midweek and then 5-2 at Rolls on Saturday.

Cononley Sports Club are top of Division One by virtue of 10-1 bashing of Addingham midweek before then drawing 2-2 at Broomhill on Saturday.

Mish Allen and Chris Lumsden both had hat-tricks for Cononley against Addingham, but it was goals by Andrew Tanner and Josh Nelson who secured a 2-2 draw for Broomhill.

AFC Barnoldswick are second on goal difference after four goals by Callum Uttley helped them to a 6-2 win against Settle United Reserves at Victory Park.

Despite a brace by Greg Knox, Addingham lost on Saturday too, going down to 5-3 against Grassington United Reserves, who won thanks to a hat-trick by James Morgan and a brace by Ian Craven.

iPlay FC are top of Division Two after Barnoldswick Barons 4-1 at Sough Park on Saturday. Jacob Hopper had a brace for iPlay and Matthew Blackwell was on the scoresheet for Barnoldswick.

Earby Town won 3-1 against Settle United Reserves at Giggleswick, thanks to goals by Ben Armstrong, Shane Taylforth and substitute Jordan Driver.

Skipton Town Reserves are bottom after opening the season with a heavy 9-1 defeat to Baildon Trinity Athletic, and Barlick Wanderers picked up their first point of the season with 1-1 draw against Chatburn at Victory Park. Daniel Pickles scored for Barlick.

Rob Houghton scored five goals in three days to give Otley Town A the lead at top of Division Three. Houghton hit a hat-trick in a 6-2 win against Bingley Town Reserves on Saturday.

Sutton lost 6-3 at Trawden Celtic Juniors Reserves on Saturday, despite goals from Sean Graham, Aiden Robertson and Scott Russell.

Cross Hills Reserves and Addingham Reserves battled to a 1-1 draw at Sutton Playing Fields.