GOALS are a currency that it is difficult to ignore.

Laurence Sorhaindo's statistics for Campion certainly catch the eye in West Yorkshire League Division One.

He has scored 15 times in four matches, with his latest hat-trick coming in a 6-0 midweek home win over Hunsworth which earned him an elevation to the bench for Campion's FA Vase defeat at Billingham Town.

Ross Kelly (2) and Nathan Edden were also on target for the leaders, whom have won five and drawn one of their six matches.

At the other end of the table, Baildon Trinity Athletic got off the mark with a 3-2 midweek victory at Brighouse Old Boys, with Ben Craven, Andrew Radozevic and Joshua Hall on target.

The old boys also went down at the weekend, 5-1 at home to Altofts, with Chris Wdowczyk getting the consolation.

Ilkley Town, who were fifth last season, claimed a notable scalp in the Premier Division, winning 1-0 at Beeston St Anthony's, who were third in 2017-18, thus handing the hosts their first defeat.

Tom Fleming got the only goal but the visitors had Richard Bull sent off for two yellow cards.

Ilkley warmed up in midweek with a 3-1 home derby victory over Rawdon Old Boys, with Bull, Fleming and Matt Whitehead their marksmen and Oliver Nightingale replying.

The old boys also lost 1-0 at home to Whitkirk Wanderers.

Salts lost four of their first five matches but have won their last two home matches, defeating Wyke Wanderers and Headingley.

Matt Bilney, Jonny Cunnington, Joe Storey bagged the goals against Wanderers, with Casey Taglione and Matt Conway replying, but both sides had a player dismissed – Aaron Metcalfe for Salts to a straight red and Cameron Day to two yellows.

Storey and Joel Beattie were on target in the 2-1 home success over Headingley, while Conway again scored for Wanderers in a 1-1 home draw with 2017-18 runners-up Leeds City.

Field drew 1-1 at Huddersfield Amateur in midweek, courtesy of a Ben Baker goal, but lost 4-1 at Carlton Athletic at the weekend, despite Liam Moore being sent off.

In Division One, Pool have climbed to mid table on the back of a couple of 2-0 victories.

Sandro Alexandre and Joshua Wagstaff netted against hosts Otley Town, while Wagstaff and substitute Jamie Algar were on target in the home match against Kippax.

However, it looks like another season of struggle for Oxenhope Recreation, who lost 3-0 at home to Hartshead, whose goals came from Nathan Foster, Stuart Kiltie and Jack Rodgerson, and 4-3 at Howden Clough, with Dan Moriarty (2) and Luke Scott bagging the consolations.

Otley Town also lost 3-0 at Aberford Albion, while Hartshead are up to fourth after a thumping 9-3 home win over East End Park.

Field have started the defence of their Alliance Division One title in style by winning their opening five matches.

Their latest success was by 4-1 at Hunslet Club, with Liam Charles getting a hat-trick and John Penn a single.

Oxenhope Recreation, like their first team, are bottom of the table.

They lost 6-3 at home to Aberford Albion, with Luke Brooksbank, Liam McNicol and substitute Connor Pepper on target, while Hartshead were thumped 7-1 at Leeds City.

In Alliance Division Two, Salts have won four out of four, with their latest success being 5-1 at Kippax, with braces from Oliver Hulme and substitute Matthew Bailey, with Nathan Hartley getting the other.

Ilkley Town are up to fourth, courtesy of an 8-1 triumph over visitors Sherburn White Rose, Benji Claydon (4) leading the way and being backed up by Declan Bradley, Gareth Pickup, James Silson and substitute Alex MacPherson.

Ben Shackleton got Wyke Wanderers' consolation at Kirk Deighton Rangers in a 4-1 defeat, while Maxwell Drake got Pool's goal at Altofts in a 2-1 loss.