GRASSINGTON United produced an eye-catching display as Trawden Celtic Juniors also claimed victory in this weekend's Skipton Body Repair Centre Craven and District League Premier Division fixtures.

Oscar Canny hit three in a dominant Grassington display, helping them to a 6-0 away win against Bingley Town BTFC.

Trawden defeated Rolls at home 3-2 meaning they remain hot on the heels of table toppers United.

Settle United won an eight goal thriller, beating Crosshills 5-3 at home. Tom Strickland and Aaron Woodhouse both struck decisive goals for the hosts.

Silsden Whitestar won consecutive games, this time on the road against bottom side, Carleton Sports Club. A Joe Cutler double eased Silsden to victory.

FC Sporting Keighley proved to be too good for Skipton Town, winning comfortably 3-0 away from home.

Division 1 saw the leagues two best sides AFC Barnoldswick and Trawden Celtic Juniors reserves come head to head in a tense 2-2 draw.

Grassington United reserves narrowly edged a 2-1 victory against rivals Cononley Sports Club. David Greenwood and Christian Moon getting the goals for the victors.

A Tyler Brigg hat-rick condemned Silsden Whitestar reserves to a tense 4-3 loss against Broomhill.

Ewan Collier scored a fine brace to secure Addingham three points at home to Cowling in a 4-3 victory.

Baildon Trinity Athletic thrashed Sutton 4-0 away from home in Division 2.

Iplay FC produced a fine attacking display, defeating Barlick Wanderers 4-2 at home. Alex Gorgian and Tyler McGladdery both netted.

Salts 3rd’s Craven hit four in a 4-1 victory away at Bradley.

League leaders Hellifield Sports FC suffered their first defeat in a shock 3-1 loss on the road against FC Sporting Keighley reserves in Division 3.

Joshua Clarkson hit four as Crosshills reserves hammered Settle United thirds 7-0.

Cowling reserves also thrashed their opponents, beating Sutton reserves comfortably 6-0.

Cononley Sports Club seconds cruised to a 3-1 away victory versus Otley Town A Team.

Finally, Salts 4th Craven claimed a 3-0 home victory against Addingham reserves.

Harry Williams