WATCH OUT there is more to come.
That is the message from Birkby Amore secretary Ashley Smith as his side bid for a League and Cup double in their first season in the League.
Amore are joint leaders with Marsh United, although they have played a game more, and are now through to the second round of the Top Deck Cup, following a late victory over Pak Rangers.
The Reinwood Recreation ground side were leading 2-1 in the Cup-tie with only eight minutes remaining, following strikes from Bismil and Abdul Leftisi.
Damian Murray had scored Amore's goal and he was responsible for the equaliser with a deflected free kick.
This raised Amore's hopes and they proved justified when substitute Dennis Murray knocked in the winner.
But Amore are still really finding their feet.
Smith said: "We are not playing at our best, there's more to come."
Spinks Nest and Clothiers Arms were involved in a 12-goal encounter at Lindley Recreation ground, with the home side earning an 8-4 victory with goals from Trew (2), Waywell, Wadsworth, Mark Lutkevitch (2), Scott Lutkevitch and Pankiw, who raced 40 yards to score.
Replying for the visitors were Kyle Edwards, Scott Smith and Nathan Holmes (2).
Britannia beat Star HQ 3-2 at Skelmanthorpe, holding off a late challenge after leading 3-0.
The home side had the majority of play and chances but couldn't put them away until late on.
But Damian Sykes, with a header from a corner, and Chris Kilner, with a penalty after Danny Ingram had been fouled, made for a thrilling finale, but the Britannia defence held firm to deny Kilner and Ingram on several occasions.
Unbeaten Woodfield Park had a surprisingly narrow 3-2 win over lowly First Huddersfield at Lockwood.
Brothers Dave and Rob Bordman accounted for two of the home side's goals and Chris Worsley the other as they held off the challenge of the busmen.
Joint leaders Marsh United had a comfortable 3-0 win over HD One.
Michael Boyes grabbed the first and Jason Proctor made the game safe with a double.