AN extraordinary second half saw Silsden Whitestar eventually pull away from Rolls to record a 6-3 home win which keeps them at the summit of the Skipton Body Repair Centre Craven League Premier Division.

Whitestar were only 1-0 up at half-time but a glut of goals for either side after the break saw the fans get good value for money in a Saturday afternoon thriller.

Josh McNulty netted twice for the hosts, with Ryan Narey, Joshua Brown, Andrew Kaye and James Hitch also on the scoresheet. Paul Oldroyd (2) and Damon Whelan replied for Rolls.

Trawden Celtic Juniors remain seven points behind in second, with two games in hand on Whitestar, after they eased past Skipton Town 2-0.

Rolls Reserves were involved in an even more high-scoring game than their first team, recording a fabulous 6-4 home win over Trawden Celtic Juniors Reserves in Division One.

Lewis Routledge and Daniel Conway both scored twice for the hosts, while Joe Riding and Sean Ruane also netting a goal apiece.

Grassington United Reserves went top of Division Two as Danny Pow's brace helped them win 5-2 at Addingham, while Cowling Reserves eased their relegation fears with a 2-0 win at Bingley Town Reserves after a Joshua Wood double.

Skipton Town Reserves dropped into the bottom two after their 2-0 home defeat against Earby Town.

Addingham Reserves remain bottom of Division Three after a heartbreaking 3-2 defeat at Sutton. They were 2-0 up through Greg Knox and James Nixon but the former was then sent off, and things went pear-shaped after the break.

Cononley Sports Club Seconds fared better, and secured an impressive 2-2 draw at league leaders Barnoldswick Barons Seniors.

Elsewhere, Settle United Thirds won 4-1 on the road at Sporting Keighley Reserves in the Division Three Cup after Dan Rose netted twice.

In the West Riding County Trophy, Sporting Keighley secured an extraordinary 4-2 win on penalties after a 5-5 draw at Britannia Sports Reserves.

Settle United Reserves also won on penalties, 7-6 after a 1-1 draw with Shire Academics, while Broomhill Reserves were in no danger of needing a shootout, as they thumped Salem 7-3.

Their first team were less happy, as they went down 3-2 at Hudddersfield YM Reserves and Salts 4ths Craven lost by the same scoreline at Leeds Modernians Reserves.

Finally, in the West Riding County Challenge Cup, Settle United cruised to a 4-0 win over Athletico.