*In the first round of games of 2014 the surprise result in the Jubilee Premier was Seacroft WMC Athletic being held by Leeds City Rovers 3-3.
Ryan Robinson successfully dispatched a penalty and Liam Robinson bagged a brace for the hosts Seacroft, but goal from Andrew Richards, Simon Holliday and Rob Holliday ensured a point from the bottom club.
It could prove to be a vital point come the end of the seaoson for Leeds City Rovers, who will take confidence from this result going into games against the teams around them in the fight to avoid relegation. They can mnove out of the relgation zone for the first time this seaon with victory over Rothwell Town at the weekend.
Rothwell Town Sunday went down at home 5-4 to Belle Isle WMC in one of the games of the weekend.
Scott Carter, Tom Carter, Josh Knaggs, Andy Payne were all on the scoresheet for the hosts Rothwell, but it was enough for the hosts as they ended up on the wrong end of an incredible nine-goal thriller.
The result moves Belle Isle up to third, and leaves Rothwell two points off the foot of the table, but they will be worried as they have played plenty more games than their rivals.
In the Premier division leaders Pudsey Liberal Club blitzed struggling New Pudsey 12-0.
Jack Kitson, Paul McMullen and Rick Simpson all scored hat-tricks, John Mallinson bagged a brace and Liam Mallinson completed the scoring.
Pudsey Liberal Club are still six points ahead at the top of the table, and have a much greater goal-difference than any of their rivals after this impressive scoreline.
Mainline Social beat bottom side Great Northern Pudsey 3-1. Ryan Maquade, Bradley Francis-Whit and Andy Horsman with the crucial goals for Mainline.
Pudsey Juniors Old Boys edged to a 2-1 away win against AFC Horsforth.
Mudge Ashruff scored for the hosts, but goals from Mark Foley and Dave Thornton were enough for the visitors to get the win.
The result means Pudsey Juniors move above Horsforth into sixth.
Andy Tate, Aaron Connor and Graham Stockdale goals were in vein as Beeston St Anthony’s Sunday went down at home 6-3, at the hands of Yeadon Veterans.
Craig Nicholls & Andy Carton each scored doubles, while Andy Scathcard and James Obank scored singles to give Yeadon the win and keep them in the hunt for the title.
In Division One the top two sides, Horsforth and Kippax, were out of action due to a weather-affected pitch, giving title challengers Daisy the chance to catch up to their rivals.
They duely obliged with a 2-0 win over Old Ball.
Shane Collins and Stephen Quinn with the all-important goals for the visitors.
The game of the day in this divsion was a 5-5 draw played out between Engine and Manston Wanderers.
Andrew Mannion took the plaudits with a fantastic four-goal haul for Manston, but it was not enough to get all three points as his side scored two own-goals, and were undone by goals from Jonathan Dockerty, Adam Newton and Aaron Myers.
A brave performance from bottom side Oulton Athletic was not enough for them to get their first points on the board as they lost at home to New Parnaby 5-3.
Oulton scored through Thomas Lee, Andrew Robinson and Chris Clark, while the victors got goals via a Kylie Swithenbank hat-trick, Robin Williams and an own-goal.
Colton and Swillington Welfare drew 2-2 as neither side could edge out a victory.
It is a good point away from home for Swillington who are second from bottom in Division One.