SPORTING Keighley's survival bid is becoming increasingly likely in the Skipton Body Repair Centre Craven League Premier Division.

They made it four wins in their last five matches in all competitions with a 3-2 home victory over Trawden Celtic.

Alhassaine Keita and Mohammed Zubair were among Sporting's scorers against the third-placed visitors and, although victory wasn't enough to move them up from eighth, they are now three points above the drop zone with games in hand over both of the clubs below them – Manningham Allstars and Cross Hills.

Cowling are still sixth, despite despatching visitors Cross Hills 5-0 in a south Craven derby.

Luke Barker (3) and George Sellars (2) were Cowling's marksmen, while the men of the match were Tom Smith (Cowling) and Lee Thompson (Cross Hills).

Broomhill are up to fourth, however, in Division One on the back of a 10-0 hammering of basement boys Earby Town.

Among the scorers for the Keighley side, who only led 1-0 at half-time, were Andy Tanner (3), Dale Duff (2), Bradley Coles, Josh Nelson and Marshall Pedder.

Relegation doesn't seem to have made life easier for Town, who conceded 98 goals in 20 matches last season but have already shipped 87 in 13 this time around.

Another south Craven derby went the way of Bradley, who triumphed 3-2 at Cononley Sports, courtesy of Chris Hogg, Jim Robinson and James Robinson.

The victory meant that Bradley went up a place to eighth, swapping places with Sports.

Silsden Whitestar Reserves may be leading Division Two, but Bingley Town, with nine wins out of nine, look like champions elect.

Whitestar defeated visitors Barnoldswick Barons 11-3, with Brad Fay (4), man of the match Zac Conway (2), Simon Cox (2), Ryan Narey (2) and substitute Tom Appleby finding the back of the net.

In Division Three, second-placed Cowling Reserves showed that the table doesn't lie with a 5-1 triumph at bottom-of-the-table Otley Town.

Marksmen were Jimmy Anson, Matt Lister, Callum Lowe, Seth Wiseman and Josh Wood, while Tyler Brigg staked a claim for promotion with five of Broomhill Reserves' goals against Horton.

David Spence and Jake Ward completed the tally in the 7-2 victory for the third-placed hosts.