STEETON Reserves missed the chance to steal a march on most of their West Riding County Amateur League Division One rivals as they lost 4-3 at struggling Hunsworth.

With county cup fixtures taking preference last weekend, the Chevrons were involved in one of just two fixtures in the division.

But their Bradford neighbours claimed their first league victory of the season thanks to a late winner.

Alistair Morgan, Brannan Lawn and Andy Howland found the target for Steeton but goals from Liam Gowan (2), Bob Taylor and Richard Adjec lifted the hosts three points clear of bottom spot.

Despite the defeat, the visitors remain third in the table but second-placed Golcar United Reserves are now four points above them after beating basement side Bradford FC 3-0 in the other match taking place.

Steeton look to get back on track on Saturday at Overthorpe Sports Club.

Steeton first-team's game at Wakefield City was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

The only Premier Division game to take place saw Campion move into second place with a 4-2 win at Route One Rovers, with Jordan Hagyard (2), Chris Helliwell and Ross Kelly on target.

Steeton are back in action at home to Lower Hopton on Saturday.