SALTS have extended their run of unbeaten games in the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division to 11 after a 3-1 victory at mid-table DRAM Community.

Deroy White, Jonny Cunnington and Richard Magson scored for the leaders before Tibo M’Pala grabbed a consolation for the hosts.

Meanwhile, second-placed Campion pushed their own unbeaten run to seven games with a 4-1 success at Littletown.

Matthias Britton's brace was added to by Chris Helliwell and teenager Spencer Gordon, whose debut open-age goal was a 30-yard free-kick before Joe Jagger scored for the hosts.

Golcar United and Route One Rovers, who were third and fourth in the table, shared six goals at Esholt, with Khurram Shazad (2) and Waheed Kahn on target for Rovers, while Callum Meade (2) and John Newiss replying for Golcar to take their unbeaten start to the season to eight league games.

Steeton, who lost twice to last season’s champions Lower Hopton, were comfortable 6-2 home winners over a completed changed side from last season.

Andy Briggs' treble was assisted by a goal each from Ben Clarkson, Michael Rhodes and Andy Holden. while Dale Hanson and Tom Haigh netted for the Mirfield side.

After four successive defeats on the road - three in the league and one in the District Cup - Thornton United completed the double over visitors Britannia Sports with a 10-2 victory.

Luke Hepton’s hat-trick was complemented by braces from Elliott Holmes, Brendan Maltby and Kyle Leighton Bingham and a single from Marcus Harper.

Nicholas Kitchen scored both of the visitors' goals.

Wibsey picked up their first home victory of the season, a Daniel O’Donnell treble and a goal from Lee Smith giving them a 4-2 win over Wakefield City.

Meanwhile, Ovenden West Riding continue to set the pace in Division One.

 Their latest victory was by 8-4 at TVR United in a game of three hat-tricks - John Booth and Jake Connor for the Halifax side and Faisal Shabir for TVR.

West Horton edged out rivals Bradford in a seven-goal thriller, with Zain Ali (3) and Tichona Chibit on target for West Horton, with David Rooney, Kieron Batey and Abdullah Ahmed scoring for Bradford.

Steeton’s reserve side returned home from Overthorpe SC with a 6-1 victory, with Will Knight scoring three of their goals.

Salts' reserve side picked up three points, with Ryan Whitfield and Harry Taylor scoring in their 2-0 home victory against Tingley Athletic.