IT was a weekend of disappointment for the Bradford sides in this round of Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division fixtures.

Route One Rovers, Toller, Steeton Reserves and Athletico all fell victim to high-scoring defeats.

A Josh Whiteley treble sank Route One in their 4-2 away loss against table-topping Stanley United.

Rovers were valiant in their attempts to secure a point against a very good side. However, the result leaves them down in ninth.

Toller were thrashed 4-1 away at high-flying Leeds Medics and Dentists.

Next week, Toller travel to local rivals Athletico in what could be an exciting fixture.

Once again, Steeton Reserves were beaten convincingly, this time at home to Littletown in a 4-1


Connor McDaid’s brace ensured Steeton remained at the foot of the table.

Alwoodley’s second-half fightback secured them a 3-2 victory at home to Athletico.

The defeat for Athletico, whose goals came courtesy of Paul Hague and Mohammed Ikram, meant they were unable to continue their two-game winning streak.

Ethan Labad struck twice for Wibsey in the Premier Division in a thrilling 4-3 home victory against Ealandians.

A third win out of four ensured Wibsey maintained their impressive start.

In the Championship, Idle continued their miserable form, suffering a 4-2 defeat away at Colton Athletic.

A Danny Coates double proved to be the difference for Colton.

PFC’s home fixture versus Crofton Sports was postponed.

In Division One, Fairbank United were on the receiving end of a 5-0 hammering in what was always going to be a tough fixture against Lepton Highlanders.

A Cole Barrett brace eased the Highlanders to victory.

In a bottom of the table clash, Beeston St Anthony scraped a 3-2 victory away at Athletico Reserves.

The win lifted Beeston above the hosts into 11th. Stephen Wardman struck twice to condemn Athletico to defeat.