IT looks like it is going to be another season of struggle for Cross Hills.

Having avoided relegation in finishing second from bottom in the Skipton Body Repair Centre Premier Division in 2016-17, the south Craveners are in exactly the same position six matches into the new campaign.

They have won only one match so far, with their latest defeat being by 3-0 at Trawden Celtic, who have climbed from fifth to third, Jacob Fryer winning Hills' man of the match award.

It wasn't a good day either for Broomhill in Division One as they conceded seven goals in the second half in losing 8-2 at home to Settle United Reserves.

Andy Tanner's brace had given the fourth-placed club a 2-1 interval lead before everything went pear-shaped.

Marshall Pedder was Broomhill's man of the match, while Settle are now just two points behind them in fifth with a game in hand.

It was a happier afternoon for seventh-placed Broomhill Reserves, who won 3-0 at next-to-bottom Otley Town in Division Three.

Jake Smith and Tyler Brigg both netted penalties, with man of the match Brigg also getting the other goal.

Cowling Reserves lost the top-of-the-table clash 5-3 at Burnley Belvedere, netting via man of the match Martyn Dalby, Alasdair McEwen and substitute Seth Wiseman.