West Riding County Amateur League, Premier Division
Wibsey 0 Littletown 7 (att 20)
The league table suggested a tight game, but it was anything but once visitors Littletown took a first half lead.
Good finishing helped them triple their lead by half time, and more goals followed in a dominant second had. On the rare occasions the home side threatened Littletown's defence coped with ease.
Whether this was merely an off day for the hosts, or the start of a new year climb up the league for the visitors, remains to be seen, but Littletown produced some impressive football and scored some quality goals.
Bankfoot Cricket Club is the third home ground I've seen Wibsey play on. It's close to the area of Bradford they take their name from, and just a hefty drop kick from Odsal Stadium, home of the Bradford Bulls rugby league club.
There was a time when a railed off pitch was a requirement for the West Riding County Amateur League, but Wibsey's pitch is just roped off along the touchlines. It's on the far side of the cricket square from the clubhouse and changing rooms, with two dugouts on the far side, although only one has a roof.