County Amateur League: Golcar grab three without reply as Littletown search out first point of the season

Kieran Rya, right, challenges forthe ball.
Kieran Rya, right, challenges forthe ball.
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LlITTLETOWN REMAIN searching for their first victory in the Premier Division this season after a 3-0 home defeat to Golcar United, writes ROB CONLON.

The visitors’ goals came from Andrew Allison, Dean Siddiq and Connor Sykes.

Elsewhere, Bay Athletic maintained their perfect start to the season with a 5-1 home win over Salts.

Kieran Ryan’s (pictured) brace added to goals from Xaviar Bobb, Kitson Gayle and Daniel Ryan.

Steeton and visitors Storthes Hall were involved in a frantic 4-4 draw.

Lee Reilly’s double along with goals from Joe Park and Tim Hird were matched by Gavin Armitage, Joshua Rodgers, Lee Bradshaw and Joshimur Bradshaw strikes.

Huddersfield YMCA secured their first three points of the campaign with a 4-1 triumph over visitors Tyersal.

Goals from Teboho Mpala, Mathew Tattersley and a double by Darragh Sheehy meant Ryan Wood’s consolation was in vein.

Kirkburton remain bottom of the table after a 7-0 home loss to Ovenden West Riding.

John Booth scored a hat-trick and Glyn Beale two with Mat Devlin and Mathew Jones scoring one each.

Campion were beaten for the first time this season, 2-1 at Halifax Irish. A Jonathon Irving penalty and a Mat Gregory goal for Irish ensured Stephen Hollingworth’s goal was not enough for the visitors.

An own-goal from Lincoln Adams meant Lower Hopton’s winning start has come to an end as they lost 1-0 at Hunsworth.

In Division One, Wakefield City suffered their first defeat of the season as they were beaten 3-0 by visitors Dudley Hill Rangers who scored through Luke Thornton, Dominic Staunton and Mathew Knowles.

Goals from Ben Long, Andy Holt and Luke Thompson helped Thornes FC to their first three points of the season with a 3-2 home win over Wibsey.

Storthes Hall Reserves are still looking for an elusive win after falling to a 4-1 defeat at Westbrook YMCA.

Tom Harte scored three goals, albeit one was at the wrong end, to go with strikes by Dominic Staunton and Mathew Knowles.

Ventus/Yeadon Celtic remain top as goals from Kyle Shah and Adam Turner secured a 2-1 victory at Lepton Highlanders, who scored through Chris Gillespie.

Littletown Reserves maintained their winning start to Division Two, condemning The Hunslet Club & Parkside FC to a 4-0 home loss in the process.

Lower Hopton Reserves have also started perfectly winning 4-2 at home to Ovenden West Riding Reserves.

A brace by Stuart Mullin and a goal from Bob Barraclough helped Salts Reserves to a 3-0 home win over Bay Athletic Reserves.

An Ashley Scott hat-trick wasn’t enough as Golcar United Reserves lost 4-3 to visitors Bradford FC who were helped by a Azir Gulzar brace.

Tyersal got their first three points of the season thanks to a 4-3 home win over Kirkburton Reserves.

Ben Jones, left of Old Centralians and Matthew Martin of Swillington challenge.

Slideshow: Swillington v Old Centralians