LITTLETOWN, who didn't equalise until the 86th minute, have won the Taylor's Timber West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division Cup for the first time.

However, they needed extra-time before defeating Huddersfield side Golcar United 4-1 at Brighouse Town on Saturday.

Golcar started the stronger and deservedly took the lead through Matty Bryan.

While both sides were committed to attack, goalkeepers Michael Smith (Littletown) and Jack Peacock (Golcar) were in top form.

Littletown striker Joe Jagger grabbed an equaliser four minutes before the end of normal time to send the game into the additional period.

Two further goals by Jagger in extra-time not only completed his hat-trick, but took his seasonal tally to 52, and George Porter bagged the fourth goal to complete the comeback, leaving Golcar United rueing their missed chances early in the game.

Wakefield City moved one point above visitors Thornton United into top spot in Division One with a 3-2 home victory in their final game of the season.

Joe Penn, Paul Scott and Simon Davis netted for City, while Marcus Edwards and Danny Cunningham were on the scoresheet for United.

However, Thornton United and Wakefield City must now await the outcome of the FA and West Riding County FA enquiry into the abandonment of the Thornton United v Route One Rovers game before the champions and the runners-up places can be determined.

Steeton Reserves completed their season with a 2-0 defeat at Holmfirth Town, for whom Richie Barker and Thomas Richter scored.