Under 12s Continued their winning streak
Sandy Lane Reds under-nines have maintained their 100 per cent record in the Keybury League.
They knocked in four goals without reply in the second half against Sutton Rascals 5-1, Joe Metcalfe bagging another hat-trick and Charlie Raywood adding a brace.
Sandy Lane Blues got their first win of the season - a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Sutton Rogues, Connor Banham getting both goals.
Scorers for Bingley Juniors in their 5-2 under-seven victory over Queensbury A were Joseph Lawrence (3), Sam Dixon and Ben Duglosz. Bingley B drew 1-1 with Queensbury B, Joseph Hall equalising for Bingley.
Thackley Thunder defeated visitors Guiseley 6-2, marksmen being Daniel Frost (3), Joshua Barrett, Michael Stewart and Lewis Collett. Thackley Lightning had a fine 2-2 draw against the same club, Harry Liburd and Jake Dawson scoring.
Bradford United's passing improved in their 16-0 victory at Silsden, goals coming from Felan Panwar (8), Jack Brimacombe (5), Oliver Holcroft (2) and Jack Fairlie.
Westwood Jets triumphed 6-0 at Oakworth, with goals from Tyler Rhodes (2), Josh Silson (2), Ellis Wade and Declan Wilkinson.
Callum Warne-Cleave grabbed a hat-trick as Westwood Dolphins beat Oakworth Stingers 5-0, and was joined on the scoresheet by Ryan Abbasi and James Larvin.
Albion Sports' keeper Raaj Sandhu made a fine double save in their 3-1 defeat of Leeds Maccabi, Albion's goals coming from Nathaniel Hendricks (2) and Spencer Gordon.
Bradford United's under-eights had to come from behind to defeat Idle 5-1, man of the match Ethan Rhodes (2), Eisa Faulding, Asa Mitchell and Kian Hutchinson being on target.
Mason Kirby grabbed four goals for United's under-nines in their 5-0 triumph at Long Lee, Jonathan Holmes getting the other goal.
Albion Sports improved in their 3-0 home defeat by Skipton LMS, Lewis Hawkes almost netting for the losers.
However, Albion's under-tens were on song in their 8-1 home victory over Cullingworth, Hisham Malik netting a hat-trick, Kyle Trennery and Avraj Basi getting braces and Faisal Ali completing the tally.
Bradford United's under-tens lost their top-of-the-table clash at home to Skipton LMS 4-0, Josh McKiernan getting the man of the match award.
Nab Wood drew 2-2 at United's under-11s, Harry Gammon and Pemphero Kallingama netting for United, Alex Bannon being man of the match award for a second straight week.
Bradford Tigers made it three straight wins in the Blue Division, defeating visitors Leeds Maccabi 4-2. Jamal Raja, Jamal Karim, Suhail Khan and Ibrahim Hussain got the goals.
Albion Sports' under-12s B continued their winning streak with a 6-2 victory at Shipley Pumas, captain Ishaq Khan scoring two brilliant goals. Ismail Rehman (2), Tallah Butt and Eslam Najeh finished the rout.
BD3 United and Albion Sports, who both had 100 per cent records, drew 0-0 in the Craven, Aire & Wharfe League's Under-11 E Division, both sides missing a penalty.
Bradford Tigers, who lead the Under-12 B Division, faced their stiffest test of the season so far at Horsforth Colts.
However, with Daniel Marshall and James Townend dominant in central defence and Luke Duckett pulling the strings in midfield, Tigers won 2-1 through Lucas Clayden and Duckett to make it four wins in four.
BD3 United Under-13s drew 2-2 with Guiseley after leading 2-0. Mohammad Israr and captain Usman Khan scored for United.
Ben Phillip, who headed off his own line, was man of the match for Silsden in their 1-1 draw with Sedbergh, Ryan Narey volleying Silsden's goal.
Eccleshill United's under-14s beat Eldwick 4-1 with goals from Emmanuel Dieseruvwe (2), Zac Bodle and Daanyal Nazir.
Silsden Juniors B won 4-1 at Wrose Vipers, Luke Wilson, Chris Rudden, substitute Kyle Moulson and Adam Cooper netting.
Farsley under-14s went top after their 3-1 triumph over visitors Shipley. Harry Stirk (2) and Andre Khan scored for Farsley.
In the B Division, Farsley Celtic bounced back with a 5-1 victory at previously unbeaten Bolton Woods. On target for the Celts were Lewis Jeng (2), subs Jamie Hall (2) and Ollie Beard. Man of the match was Mark Taylor.
Campion under-17s, 3-0 behind after 20 minutes against Silsden, ended up winning 6-4 thanks to a hat-trick by Andy Hawker, two own goals and a James Allen effort. Man of the match was Adam Wood.
In the Huddersfield League, Tyrone Sagar (2) and Adam Norman were on the mark for Vision under-ten A in their 3-0 defeat of Batley, defender Ellis Barrowclough being man of the match, while Joseph Lawrence and Alex Grady were on target in a 2-2 draw against Batley B.
Ashley Brown netted for Bradford United under-18s in their 4-1 setback against leaders Ryburn Valley.
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