FIELD remain in second in the West Yorkshire League Premier Division on goals scored after a narrow 2-1 win at Robin Hood Athletic on Saturday.

Goals from Michael O'Brien and substitute Eoin Schofield sealed the victory, but they are still being kept off the top by Ilkley Town.

Ilkley had a real scare at home to Horbury Town. They went 1-0 up through a Tom Smith penalty, but found themselves 2-1 down at the break.

But early on in the second half, Smith and captain Richard Bull both netted to put Ilkley back in front.

Ben Parkinson was sent off for late on for Horbury, dashing any hopes of a comeback, as Ilkley recorded a 3-2 victory.

Salts kept up their title fight in Division One, as a Harry Warren strike sealed a 1-0 win at home to Pool, who had goalkeeper Andy Doey dismissed.

They are just a point behind Rawdon Old Boys, who squeezed past their hosts Otley Town 1-0.

Hoi Pin Truong and David Kerr netted for Wyke Wanderers in their 2-1 home win over Shelley.

The visitors self-destructed somewhat, with Daniel Hallitt and their goalscorer Jordan Smith both sent off for two bookable offences.

Oxenhope Recreation's game at East End Park was postponed.

Brighouse Sports were without a game in Division Two, and they were leapfrogged in the table by Swillington Saints Welfare, who went fifth with a 4-1 home win over Tingley Athletic.