ht sports maintained their one-point lead at the top of the Jubilee Premier after a 3-3 draw at home to Halton Moor.
Barry Frankland bagged a brace for the home side alongside Lee Connor’s strike.
HT Sports sit top on 22 points with just goal difference separating them from second-placed Chapeltown Fforde Greene.
With just one point separating the top four sides, the title is very much up for grabs.
Seacroft AFC Sunday sit in fourth place after their 4-3 victory over Leeds City Rovers.
Les Nelson and Ryan Robinson both netted for the visitors and Scott Jones grabbed two. Kev Watach, Rob Holliday and Jordan Dimuka scored for Rovers.
Belle Isle WMC beat Queenswood Crusaders 3-0 to move three points clear of their opponents at the bottom. Joe O’Neill’s brace and a Stafford strike sealed the win.
In the Premier Division, JB Celtic bounced back from their disappointing result of the previous week to beat Pudsey Juniors Old Boys 14-0 to stay second.
Steve Wells, Michael Kelsey, Andy Campbell and James Kemp all scored two goals each, whilst Kyle Kendrew, Jack McMurrough and Luke Kitson also netted.
Barwick Sunday stay third after beating Colton 9-3 in a game which saw Josh Colton and Danny Maw both score hat-tricks. Ben Roffe, Curtis Ryan and Leon Walker also netted for the hosts.
Leaders Horsforth Fairweather keep their two point gap at the top after a 4-2 over seventh-placed Daisy.
Dave Scott’s brace alonsgside Jamie Francis and Liam McHale strikes sealed the points for the visitors.
In Division One, Whitkirk Wanderers Sunday moved five points clear at the top after an 11-1 win over Pendas Arms.
Ashley Hoddel scored a hat-trick, Kingsley Wetherald, Lee McKenzie, Jordan Walker all bagged braces and Jordan Booth and Haydn O’Malley also netted. Dave Turner scored Pendas Arms’ consolation goal.
Second-placed New Parnaby suffered a title set-back as they were beaten 2-1 away at Farsley Twenty Tens. Two penalties from Craig Naylor sealed the points.
Engine went within one point of New Parnaby with their 3-1 victory at home to New Pudsey. Carlton Binks’ brace and Az Myers’ strike helped Engine on their way.
Seacroft stay in fourth-place after their 4-3 win over second-to-bottom side Commercial. Jordan Webb got two goals and Jack Hill also scored for Commercial.
Garforth Villa moved up to fifth with a 2-0 victory over Swillington Welfare. Shaun Longdon and Adam Wood grabbed a goal each.