FC SPORTING Keighley lifted themselves off the bottom of the Skipton Body Repair Centre Craven League Premier Division with only their second win of the season.

They defeated Cross Hills 5-3 and climbed from 11th to seventh, boosted by a hat-trick from Alhassaine Keita.

Shazad Khan also scored twice as Sporting came back from 3-2 down at half-time to win.

Cross Hills dropped into the bottom two after their defeat while Pendle Renegade now prop up the table following their 3-1 defeat by champions Settle United.

Leaders Silsden Whitestar also had a hat-trick hero. Joshua Metcalfe's treble was a key factor in their 4-1 win over Grassington United, with Patryk Marylski also on target.

Another striker in good form was Broomhill's Josh Nelson who hit four goals in their 7-1 Division One win at AFC Colne. Jamie Greenwood, Bradley Holland and Andy Tanner were also on target.

Cononley Sports were on the wrong end of a 10-1 scoreline as Rolls Reserves took over from Carleton at the top of the table on goal difference.

Matthew Coates and Lewis Rimmer each scored doubles while Luke Parkinson and Chris Gaskell completed the rout. Cononley's only consolation was a Jake Manditsch goal.

Bradley also took a beating as they went down 5-1 to Skipton Town. David Hunt scored their only goal.

Silsden Whitestar Reserves replaced Ilkley Town Academy at the top of Division Two after their 7-1 win over Barlick Wanderers.

Braces for Ryan Narey and Zac Conway were added to by strikes from Tom Appleby, Simon Cox and Kris Hinks.

Cowling Reserves opened a three-point lead in Division Three with a 6-1 win over Iplay FC Barrowford.

Jimmy Anson (2), Callum Lowe, Josh Wood, Keiran Duxbury and Jack Sedgwick were their scorers.

Hot-shot Tyler Brigg scored all his side's goals as Broomhill Reserves defeated Cross Hills Reserves 4-3.

Sutton also won by the same score against Otley Town. Phil Clayton, Liam Littlewood, James Macdonald and Jason Roberts were their marksmen.