A LAST-MINUTE goal from Keighley Town's Mark Webster ensured the top-of-the-table derby with Keighley Athletic finished with honours even at Marley.

Webster's goal completed a fine comeback from Town, who came from 3-1 down to draw 3-3 despite having a man sent off.

Athletic had led 2-0 before Leon Smith pulled a goal back just before the break. But the hosts increased their lead in the second half – Liam McNicol and Callum Wear being on target for Athletic along with an own goal.

However, Town dug deep as Gary Shepherd pulled a goal back before Webster struck late to clinch a point.

It means the two Keighley rivals remain locked on the same points at the summit of the Wharfedale Triangle League Premier Division.

Both had won seven out of seven before Sunday's clash, with Town edging in front on goal difference.

The leaders are away to Ilkley Dynamo on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Cullingworth Youth came from behind three times to earn a point at home to Hampsthwaite United in a 4-4 draw.

They pulled a goal back in the first half to trail 2-1 at the break and levelled in the second period, which saw them have the better of the play.

However, Hampsthwaite took the lead twice again only for Youth to equalise twice, their fourth goal coming just five minutes from time.

Andrew Seddon, Joel Hardy, Dave Sanderson and Harry Jarman were on target for Cullingworth, whose man of the match was Joe Flaherty.

Youth, who only had 11 players, are away to Shipley Town on Sunday.