MOST grassroots leagues and teams in Bradford are just coming back with cup competitions and friendly tournaments, but not the Yorkshire Amateur League.

They have extended their league season until the end of June, and with only seven of the over 100 teams not coming back to finish things off, there was a full programme over the weekend.

In the Supreme Division, Route One Rovers and Toller played out a six-goal thriller.

There was a brace from Zak Khan, while Shoaib Iqbal also scored for Rovers.

Those strikes were cancelled out by a Talent Ndlovu double and Kieran Suddards.

Both sides had to be reasonably happy with their performance, considering it was their first game since December 19.

The result leaves Toller in 14th, with only one win from their eight games. They remain eight points behind Route One Rovers, who are ninth in the league table.

Elsewhere, Paul Hague scored a hat trick for Athletico as they smashed eight goals past their hosts Stanley United.

James Chadwick, Zain Mushtaq, Mohammad Qasim (brace) and substitute David Bayoh also netted.

Athletico dominated the early proceedings, going into the break 6-0 up, but Stanley United scored twice in the second half through Nathan Faint and Ben Laycock to limit the damage to 8-2.

Athletico go third in the league with a two point deficit to second placed Horsforth St. Margaret's, who have a game in hand

In the Premier Division, Wibsey beat Shire Academics 4-2, with goals from Vaughan Clark Williams, Ethan Labad, Jordan Northin and Danny O'Donnell allowing them to comfortably retain sixth spot in the division.

An Abid Khan hat-trick helped TVR United beat Beeston Juniors 4-3 in a classic Championship encounter.

Both sides showed their attacking prowess and some defensive vulnerability, but ultimately it was the Bradford outfit who came out on top.

This result puts TVR up to third with 16 points and three games in hand on leaders Horsforth St Margaret's Reserves. If they win them all they could go top.

Gomersal & Cleckheaton beat Crofton Sports 2-1 in a tight, cagey affair. Goals from Curtis Hall and Adam Ibnouzaki sealed a comeback win to move G&C up to ninth in the table.

Horsforth St Margaret's III's won 4-2 at Athletico Reserves in Division One despite consolation strikes for the hosts from Saidou Baldeh and Basiru Jadama.

The result leaves Athletico Reserves stranded in 10th, with Fairbank United one point behind them after their away defeat at Leeds Independent.

Fairbank's two goals back through Master Mamudou Kanteh Damba.

Steeton Reserves (Supreme) and PFC (Championship) are two of the teams who have not come back to complete the season.

League secretary Richard Asher provided the T&A with an update on how the season will work with teams missing.

He said: "Out of over 100 teams in the league, there's only seven not completing the season, so provided we can finish the season without any more lockdowns, we're intending for promotion and relegation to go ahead.

"We're not sure yet how it will work with those teams who didn't come back, but it doesn't mean automatic relegation.

"Before we expunged their records from the current league tables, we took a Points Per Game average from the matches they did play and looked at how many they had left.

"That's given us a projected figure we can factor in when it comes to promotion and relegation.

"We don't know if we'll lose a few teams anyway to them folding, which will impact who goes up or down, but the important thing is we want the system to be fair."

There are no matchday signings allowed to be made for the remainder of the 2020/21 season, while fans will be able to come back and watch, according to the FA's roadmap, from April 12.