FC SPORTING Keighley hit Pendle Renegades for six as they recorded their first Skipton Body Repair Centre Craven League Premier Division win of the season.

Shazad Khan netted a hat-trick as they brought to an end their run of six straight defeats with a 6-3 victory.

Alhassaine Keita (2) and Shahid Taj were also on target to enable Sporting to register their first points.

They are now just one behind Cross Hills and two adrift of Manningham All Stars who lost 3-2 to Trawden Celtic in the only other top-flight game.

Bradley showed no mercy for Division One's bottom team as they beat Earby 4-2 to inflict a seventh defeat of the season on them.

Two goals from James Robinson and one apiece from Joe Stapleton and Sam Wedgwood sealed the win. Craig Stansfield netted both Earby goals.

Hellifield climbed out of the bottom two on the back of their 3-0 win over Broomhill. Jacob Wroe (2) and Matthew Beckwith were on target.

Second-placed Silsden Whitestar Reserves proved too good for a youthful Ilkley Town side as they recorded a 4-1 win in Division Two.

Thomas Appleby (2), Mark Bradley and the prolific Sam Stanfield were on target for Whitestar.

Struggling Sutton were unable to turn the tables on Division Three leaders Burnley Belvedere as they went down 2-0 to two Benjamin Uttley goals.

The result, plus a 1-1 draw for Otley Town at Bingley Town Reserves, pushed Sutton to the bottom of the league on goal difference.

A hat-trick from Craig Walton enabled Cowling Reserves to inflict a 4-1 defeat on Broomhill Reserves.

Jacob Hough completed the Cowling tally while Tyler Brigg was on target for Broomhill