CARLTON Athletic, Leeds City and Beeston St Anthony's finished in that order in the top three of the West Yorkshire League Premier Division last season.

Remarkably, after three matches of this fledgling campaign, they are in exactly the same order, separated only by goal difference after winning their first three matches.

In fourth place, three points behind, are Rawdon Old Boys, who have followed up a 2-0 defeat at St Anthony's with home victories over Wyke Wanderers in midweek and Headingley.

Harry Fryer scored in both matches, with the other goals coming from Tom McMillan (against Wyke) and substitute Matthew Tollefson (against Headingley, who had Jack Murray sent off in the 38th minute).

Field also had a midweek win, defeating visitors Ilkley Town 2-1 courtesy of Lewis Forsythe and substitute Daniel Farrar, but that has been their only success so far.

However, Ilkley have an identical won one, drawn one and lost one record, with their victory coming by 3-2 at home to Sherburn White Rose, Joe Garside and James Wilson netting after coming off the bench to add to a goal by Tom Fleming.

Salts have only managed a draw – 3-3 at home to Hunslet Club, with Joel Beattie (2) and Jonny Cunnington on the mark for the hosts.

Wyke Wanderers have an identical record, with their point coming in a 2-2 draw at Robin Hood Athletic, with Andrew Benjiman and Ryan Clay on target for the visitors.

There are only three unbeaten teams in Division One, with Aberford Albion and Hall Green United being the top two.

However, the other is Otley Town, who because they have one win and two draws, are down in seventh.

The win was 5-3 at home to Hartshead, whose marksmen were Andrew Wood (2) and Nathan Foster.

Town have also drawn 4-4 with Oxenhope Recreation, with Luke Stainthorpe (2), Robert Neesam and substitute Ras Diamond netting for Town, and Danny Driver, Dan Moriarty, Lee Reilly and Dan Scott replying.

Foster also netted in Hartshead's 3-1 defeat at Newsome, while Oxenhope Rec only went down 4-3 at home to Aberford, with goals coming from Tom Marshall, Moriarty and Scott Nelson.

In Division Two, Campion seem to be playing below their level as they have rattled in 24 goals in three comprehensive victories.

They started with a 10-0 blitz at Garforth Rangers and followed that with a 7-0 derby win at Baildon Trinity Athletic and a 7-3 verdict at Knaresborough Celtic.

Nine of the goals have come from Laurence Sorhaindo, and he didn't play against Celtic!

Brighouse Old Boys broke their duck with a 3-0 home win against Tingley Athletic at the weekend, with Richard Heins (2) and Lucas Birts on target.

Field Reserves, like Campion, are also in free-scoring mode, netting 20 in their two Alliance Division One matches, following up a 13-1 triumph at Oxenhope Recreation with a 7-1 victory over Robin Hood Athletic, with Dan Broadway bagging hat-tricks in both matches.

Salts Reserves are one of only two teams with 100 per cent records in Alliance Division Two.

They won 2-1 at Ilkley Town and 4-1 at East End Park, with Nathan Hartley scoring both against Town and one against Park.