Fifth triumph sees Littletown top – Webster’s strike decisive for Hopton
A Joe Kensit strike gave Littletown a half-time lead before Aidan Schofield scored the winner after the break.
It was a fifth win from six games for Littletown and they lead the table on goal difference from AFC Emley, who won 3-2 at home to Salts.
Littletown and Emley hold a healthy five-point lead over Salts and Bay Athletic Reserves, with fifth-placed Westbrook already trailing by seven points.
Second-bottom Heckmondwike Town are still seeking an elusive first league win of the season after drawing 2-2 at Tyersal Reserves.
The bottom-club led 2-1 at the break but Heckmondwike made it three draws from six games as Elliott Williams added to Lee Evans’s first half strike.
Overthorpe Town stand third-bottom, level on three points with Heckmondwike after a 2-1 home defeat by Bay Athletic Reserves. Jack Allerton fired Overthorpe’s consolation.
Lower Hopton climbed to fifith place in the Premier Division after a hard-fought 1-0 win at bottom-club Tingley Athletic.
Elliott Webster’s second-half goal proved decisive as Hopton registered their fifth league win so far to stand nine points adrift of leaders Albion Sports.
Second-bottom Hunsworth stand two points clear of Tingley after a 6-1 home loss to Tyersal. Stuart McCallum was on target in the second half for Hunsworth.
In Division Three, Littletown Reserves and Hunsworth Reserves are tied on nine points at the top of the table.
Littletown Reserves stand top after a 4-1 triumph at bottom-club Long Lee Reserves.
Ken Laycock scored twice while Craig Bentley and Craig White also struck for the visitors, who led 3-1 at the break.
Littletown top the table on goals scored ahead of Ventus/Yeadon Reserves, who beat Bronte Reserves 4-1.
Hunsworth are third on goal difference after Harry Saville, Stephen Smith and Nat Foster scored in a 3-0 victory at Salts Reserves.
Lower Hopton Reserves (Chris Jackson) lost 3-1 at home to Marsden Reserves.