THEY may have had a tough set of fixtures but it was still disappointing that Bradford area clubs suffered four defeats, with only Rawdon Old Boys picking up a point, in the West Yorkshire League Premier Division.

The tenth-placed club were at bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield Amateur and came away with a 2-2 draw, with both of the visitors' goals coming from Craig Nicholls.

Elsewhere Field's 6-0 defeat at home to Horbury Town in a mid-table clash was the most surprising, while fifth-placed Ilkley Town lost 3-0 at leaders Leeds City and Wyke Wanderers went down by the same scoreline at home to second-placed Beeston St Anthony's.

At least Jamie Birchall got a goal for 12th-placed Salts but they lost 3-1 at home to Carlton Athletic, who are third.

There was little better news in Division One, where next-to-bottom Oxenhope Recreation suffered late heartbreak at cellar dwellers Wetherby Athletic.

Their substitute Chris Travena scored in the 75th, 87th and 90th minutes to hand them their first victory of the season and move them off the bottom above Rec, whose goals came from Dan Moriarty and Lee Reilly.

The best result was 14th-placed Otley Town's 1-1 draw at home to leaders Hall Green United, but Pool lost a mid-table thriller 4-3 at home to East End Park, while third-placed Hartshead went down 3-0 at home to second-placed Aberford Albion.

Campion remain second in Division Two after a 3-0 victory at fourth-placed Swillington Saints, with James Gorman (2) and Spencer Gordon getting the goals.

In the bottom half, Hunsworth notched only their second win, climbing a place to 11th after a 4-2 scoreline at Old Centralians, with Kieran Senior (2) and Charlie Taylor among the winners' scorers.

Brighouse Old Boys were beaten 7-2 at front-runners Glasshoughton Rock, while Shelley jumped from seventh to fourth after a 4-1 victory at Baildon Trinity Athletic.

In Alliance Division One, Field are still leading the way after a 5-2 triumph at Horbury Town, which was revenge in part for the first team's loss, while Oxenhope Rec collapsed in the second half, losing 8-2 at home to Headingley after only trailing 2-1 at the interval.

Leon Drake was among the marksmen for Rec.

Salts are the new leaders of Alliance Division Two after a 2-1 triumph at fifth-placed Boroughbridge, with Oliver Hulme and substitute Andy Sadowskyj on target, but Otley Town slipped a place to seventh after a 2-1 reverse at third-placed Kirk Deighton Rangers.