WIBSEY must have been optimistic at half-time after kicking off their home games at Bankfoot Cricket Club with unbeaten second-placed Premier Division side Golcar United as their opponents in the West Riding County Amateur League.

The Bradford hosts were unfortunate to be behind to a Callum Meade goal at the interval, but the second half was controlled by the visitors from Huddersfield, who went on to win 7-2, with Meade netting four further four goals to add to two from substitute Jonathon Newiss.

Wibsey, meanwhile, did break through United's defence via Joe Brooksbank and Daniel O'Donnell.

Salts stay in pole position following a 3-1 victory at Lepton Highlanders.

Luke Lavery, Tom Hickey and Richard Magson were on target for Salts, with Tom Mitchell reducing the deficit with a penalty.

Route One Rovers stay third, with Waheed Khan and Awais Khan both scoring twice to add to Hassan Ali's opener as visitors Wakefield City were beaten 5-0, with Rovers thus completing a after a 3-2 victory in the opening game of the season.

Steeton moved up to fourth following a 4-1 success at Littletown.

Andrew Bates (2) was complemented by Sam Rooke and Stephen Pearson, while Kieran Senior scored a late consolation for the hosts.

Thornton United slipped to a third successive defeat when hosts DRAM Community Centre came from behind following Danny Walkers opener to win 2-1 with strikes from Tebo M'Pala and Darius Matheson.

Halifax-based Ovenden West Riding failed to extend their perfect start to seven games in Division One, and had to settle for a 1-1 draw at Steeton Reserves.

Martin Woodhouse opened the scoring in the first half before Steeton's Greg Hudson scored to level the contest.

Salts Reserves extended their unbeaten start to six games with a 5-3 home victory over newcomers Unita.

Sam Shaw led the way with a treble, assisted by Ryan Whitfield and George Hicks.

Hunsworth picked up their first points of the season with a 4-2 success at Bradford FC, with Lewis Heeley (3) and Alex Grant netting for Hunsworth.

TVR United were swamped by Golcar United Reserves, who won 10-4, with just about the only consolation for TVR being that Danny Hussain got three of their goals.