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With the league’s representative side in FA Inter League action, the YAL’s second tier took centre stage and Alwoodley were on target through a Danny Whincup brace plus Matt Conn.
But Beeston bagged a draw thanks to a last-minute equaliser with Brad Lloyd, George Lazaro and Declan Campbell all getting a goal each.
St Nicholas are third after their 2-0 home victory over Collingham Old Boys, with Ryan Brough and Iain McBurney hitting the back of the net.
Leeds Medics and Dentists Reserves moved fourth with a 3-1 success at home to third-bottom Leeds Independent with goals from Sverrir Kristinsson, Arnaldo Silva and Scott Graham. Gav Hercules netted for Independent with their keeper Neil Howard in spectacular form.
And Morley Town AFC enjoyed a 2-1 win at Stanningley Old Boys Reserves. Jimmy Harrop gave Stanningley a 1-0 half- time advantage that was cancelled out by Matthew Agar in the 60th minute with Morley taking the points in the 86th minute through Kev MacKay.
Division One leaders Drighlington FC were held to a 3-3 draw at Grangefield Old Boys Reserves who have moved up to second.
Drig’ raced into a 2-0 lead with goals from their usual keeper Tom Farron and Sam Thorpe but Dan Cuff reduced the arrears before Grant Jackson levelled.
Joe Hirst put Drighlington back in front but a 25-yarder from Grant Jackson bagged Grangefield a draw.
Amaranth made it two wins out of three with a 2-1 victory at Calverley United thanks to Ben Wilkinson’s winning 80th-minute spot kick.
Amaranth had led through Danny Blackburn before being pegged back by Gary Trewhitt’s leveller.
And Wortley eventually enjoyed a 6-2 success at home to Garforth Rangers that was initially a tight affair for 70 minutes.
Joe Hudson was at the double for Wortley for whom Luke Chadwick struck direct from a corner and Adam Karren with a free-kick. Ryan Metcalfe and Ben Fox were also on target for the hosts.
The Division two local derby game between Morley Town Reserves AFC and Gildersome Spurs Old Boys was abandoned with 15 minutes left after Spurs’ Adam Cater broke his leg.
Huddersfield YMCA suffered their first loss in a 3-1 setback at Old Collegians while Farsley Celtic Juniors Reserves made it two wins out of three with a 4-1 triumph at Old Batleians Reserves in which Steven Wells netted a brace.