THE SILSDEN bandwagon just keeps rolling on after the Cobbydalers made it 16 straight wins in the Hallmark Security League to extend their 100 per cent start in Division One.

Silsden hosted Daisy Hill and did not have things all their own way against the side second bottom in the table but ran out 5-1 winners.

Joe Gaughan gave them a tenth-minute lead but they could not add to that in the first half and the visitors equalised just after the hour mark. Danny Illingworth was guilty of a foul in the area and Niall Callaghan stepped up to net the resulting penalty.

Nicky McNally started on the bench but, after coming on for Kyle Hancock after just 28 minutes, he weighed in with a second-half brace, netting twice in as many minutes midway through the period.

Gaughan added his second from the penalty spot and McNally turned provider as he set up Arley Barnes to wrap up the scoring.

Another club on a roll are ECCLESHILL UNITED and they picked up a seventh win on the spin, banking 39 points from a possible 42 during an impressive run that has taken them to joint-second in Division One of the Toolstation Northern Counties East League.

The Eagles won 3-0 at Retford United thanks to two late strikes.

Antony Brown had given them a third-minute lead but that was how it remained against their second-bottom hosts until the final ten minutes.

Brown eventually made it a personal brace when chipping the home keeper and he then turned provider as his lay-off allowed substitute Levi Maturine to complete the scoring.

Local rivals CAMPION are back in the play-off places after romping to a 6-0 home win over Worsbrough Bridge Athletic.

James Bicknell's men led only 1-0 at the break after Lee Bradshaw's opener. Aiden Day was then first on target after the break before Bradshaw added his second, with Luke Robinson, Tom Robinson and Joel Hughes also weighing in.

There was no joy for the Bradford area trio in the Premier Division as all three suffered defeat.

THACKLEY went down 3-1 at home to Hemsworth MW, despite the visitors having a man sent off for a foul which resulted in Jamie Underdown heading to hospital for treatment on his knee.

Hemsworth's scorers were Nash Connelly, Richard Collier and an own goal by James Rothel, while James Ngoe netted a stoppage-time consolation.

ALBION SPORTS were beaten 1-0 at home by Harrogate Railway Athletic, with Luke Stewart netting the only goal, while LIVERSEDGE lost 3-1 at Maltby Main.

Ryan Carroll, Ross Dugan and Dean Conway were Main's goal-getters, with Brad Ridley netting a penalty reply nine minutes from time.