UNBEATEN Field Reserves remain top of the West Yorkshire League Alliance Division One.

They put newly-promoted hosts Hartshead Reserves to the sword 7-2, with goals from Liam Charles (3), Lewis Forsythe (2), Nick Doherty and Jack Webster.

Field's manager Matt Vickers said: "Both our central defenders, Calum Robinson and Christian Robinson, were outstanding and denied Hartshead any opportunities."

However, he added: "Our biggest challenge so far this season will come next week when we travel to second placed Shelley Reserves."

Baildon Trinity Athletic recorded their second win of their Division Two campaign when they defeated Garforth Rangers 4-2.

John Lamb's long throw caused havoc in the Garforth defence, with Baildon going ahead via an own goal.

Trinity went further ahead when Elliot Moody scored with a header from a corner, but Garforth pulled a goal back following an error from Tom Craven.

However, Baildon restored their two-goal advantage when Lee Mathers was fouled inside the penalty area, and Moody converted the spot-kick.

Another well-worked corner gave Graham Carney the chance to increase Baildon's lead with a header, but, although Garforth pulled another goal back to make for a tense finish, Baildon held out.

The Field v Carlton Athletic Premier Division match was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Hollingwood Lane.

Joe Entwhistle scored for Wyke Wanderers in their 1-1 draw at Altofts in Division One.

Wyke are now second in the table, just two points behind Rawdon Old Boys.

Jack Ryan-Wakeling was on target for Wyke Wanderers Reserves but couldn't prevent his team from suffering a humiliating 10-1 defeat at home to Otley Town Reserves.