STEETON Reserves' pointless run continued, as Route One Rovers claimed an impressive draw in the latest round of Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division fixtures.

A 3-0 defeat away at Lower Hopton saw Steeton cement their place at the foot of the table.

Route One Rovers fought hard to claim an impressive point away to high-flying Wortley.

Joseph Hudson and Curtis Lewis struck for Wortley in the 2-2 draw.

Fabio D’Introno and Spencer Inskip helped Drighlington to a narrow 2-1 victory over Athletico.

Izatullah Ghaznewal scored for Athletico in the defeat, with the result leaving them in seventh.

Littletown's game against Toller was postponed.

Wibsey put in a valiant display against Premier Division leaders Golcar United, suffering an unfortunate 3-2 defeat.

There were many positives to take from the game, with the contest going right down to the wire.

Ethan Labad and Josef Storer stuck for Wibsey.

Elsewhere in the Premier Division, St Bede's cruised to a 2-0 home victory against Morley Town.

A Mohammed Abeed brace secured the three points for the hosts.

In the Championship, Idle’s home tie against PFC was postponed, while TVR United’s trip to Woodkirk Valley was also off.

Athletico Reserves were comfortable in their 2-0 home win against Thornesians in Division One.

Mazn Amhamed and Jaret Armando Ramirez scored for the Bradford side, who moved up to fourth place, five points off the top.

In a game of fine margins, Fairbank United were narrowly beaten 2-1 by Leeds City Reserves at the death.

Two late goals from Niall Mullany and Adrian Chapman turned the game on its head in what was a dramatic ending.

The defeat leaves Fairbank in ninth place.

Tyersal were hammered 4-1 at league leaders Lepton Highlanders, with substitute Jordan Hobson grabbing a consolation goal for the visitors.