ATHLETICO won big as Steeton Reserves fell short once again in this round of Yorkshire Amateur League fixtures.

In an early season mid-table battle in the Supreme Division, Athletico thumped Lower Hopton 6-1.

Paul Hague, Izatullah Ghaznewal and Guelor Kasongo all scored braces for the home side to provide them with a comfortable three points.

Steeton were well beaten once again, on this occasion at home to league leaders, Farsley Celtic Juniors.

The 5-2 scoreline leaves Steeton winless after the first seven games of the campaign and three points adrift at the foot of the table.

Toller versus Route One Rovers was postponed.

Wibsey won a 4-3 thriller at home to bottom side Nostell M.W. in the Premier Division.

Ethan Labad struck twice for the hosts, edging them to the three points.

St Bedes were on the receiving end of a 9-2 whitewash on the road to Middleton.

James Law hit five to condemn them to an embarrassing defeat.

TVR United returned to claim a point in a 3-3 draw at home to Colton Athletic in the Championship.

The result means United remain unbeaten after their opening four fixtures.

A late Abid Khan strike secured the point, wrapping up his hat-trick in the process.

Elsewhere in the Championship, Idle were narrowly beaten by Gomersal and Cleckheaton away from home in a 2-1 loss.

Aaron Irving’s goal wasn’t enough to mount a comeback for Idle.

PFC versus Leeds Medics and Dentists Reserves was postponed.

In Division One, Fairbank United suffered a 3-1 home defeat against Morley Town Reserves.

Athletico Reserves also lost, going down 4-3 at high-flying Leeds Independent.

Kenechukwa Benjamin scored a brace for the home side.