The West Riding County Amateur League got under way at the weekend with Littletown off to the ultimate flyer after annihilating visiting new boys AFC Bingley 15-1.
Joe Jagger cracked in a double hat-trick, supported by braces from Matthew Addy and Jackson Smith plus a goal apiece from Adam Jordan, David McDonald, Matthew Schofield, Patrick Sykes and Jordan Missin.
Route One Rovers romped in 6-1 at DRAM Community while Golcar United were 4-2 winners at home to Ryburn United.
TVR United obliged 2-1 at Lower Hopton, new boys Bradford Olympic went in 1-0 at Lepton Highlanders while new duo PFC and visiting Toller shared a 2-2 draw.
Meanwhile, in the West Yorkshire League, all Saturday’s Alliance Division Two fixtures have been postponed.
Spokesman Stuart Marsden said in a statement: “Due to match officials’ work and holiday commitments, the League has had no option but to postpone all Alliance Division Two fixtures for Saturday, August 25, 2018.