SIX goals by Luke Howson saw Grassington United crush Carleton Sports Club 11-2 on Saturday.

Goals by Freddie Binns, Fred Midgley, Ben Schindler and brace by substitute Jan Ozdoba completed the rout for United. Ryan Hoggarth also had a brace for Carleton.

Silsden Whitestar kept pace with Grassington by dispatching Skipton Town 7-2 at Silsden AFC.

Sam Stansfield's brace led the way for Whitestar, who lead 3-0 at half-time.

Goals by Andrew Kaye, Josh Mcnulty, Gavin Shearer, James Wilson and substitute Christopher Matthew completed the scoring for Silsden. Ben Cox and Andrew Nicholson were on the scoresheet for Skipton.

Last season's league champions Settle United are still without a win after losing 6-4 at Rolls.

Liam Garbutt notched a hat-trick to lead Rolls to victory, as Harry Groves, Tom Temperley and substitute Daniel Conway were also on the scoresheet.

Tom Strickland had a brace for Settle, and Daniel Bathers and substitute William Beresford also scored for the visitors.

A Kaisar Ali brace led FC Sporting Keighley to 4-2 win against Cross Hills at Marley.

Frimpong Yaw and Shazad Khan also had goals for Keighley, as James Gill and substitute Benjamin Osmond were on the scoresheet for Hills.

Silsden Whitestar Reserves are top of Division One after beating Grassington United Reserves 4-3 at Town End Field on Saturday.

Joe Whitlock scored a brace for Silsden and Ian Craven had a brace for Grassington.

Luke Barker and George Sellers each scored a goal to lead Cowling to a 2-1 win at Settle United Reserves, while Trawden Celtic Juniors Reserves beat Broomhill 7-4 at Marley.

In the Division Two, Braces by Daniel Holden and Aaron Lilley led Barlick Wanderers to a 5-0 whitewash of rock bottom Skipton Town Reserves. Substitute Jake Boardman scored the fifth goal for Barlick.

iPlay FC moved to the top of Division Two after beating Salts 3rds 3-1 at Barrowford.

Sutton handed Division Three leaders Otley Town A their first loss of the season after beating the visitors 4-3 at South Craven School on Saturday.

Liam Littlewood, Aiden Robertson, Scott Russell and substitute Ryan Humphreys were all on the scoresheet for Sutton.

Second place Trawden Celtic Juniors 3rds also suffered their first loss of the season when they beaten 3-1 by Cononley Sports 2nds.

Cross Hills Reserves beat Cowling Reserves 4-1 and Bingley Town Reserves beat Addingham Reserves 5-1.