THE KSL campaign has got off to a tight start with five clubs sharing top spot .
The sides to make a positive start are Black Bull, Dalton, Helion Albion, Queen and Wellington A, with Dalton notching their latest success when they beat Inter Athletic 2-1 at Golcar.
Dalton had to come from behind to earn the three points as Inter took the lead in the first half.
It wasn’t until the second period that Ben Brook, playing as a makeshift striker instead of being in goal after injuring his hand, headed home a great cross from captain Reece Nyland to level matters.
Prolific striker Andy Anderson then finished from close range to give the away team a deserved victory.
Queen defeated Wellington B 8-2 at Dryclough, where both Kiero Lawrence and Richard McDonagh netted hat tricks and there were also goals for Ryan John and Dave Brennan – Chamberlain and Mallinson replied for Wellington.
League newcomers Almondbury Woolpack suffered a heavy 11-2 defeat at the hands of Wellington A at Almondbury.
Paul Pyke hit five, with Nathan Morgan, Graham McLachlan, Mark Cheery, Steve Marshall, Brett McDonough and Ashley Whitacre each adding one apiece – Steven Brooke and Josh Scotthorn scored for Woolpack.
It was only 2-1 to Wellington after 20 minutes, during which Woolpack broke through a few times, only to be pulled up for free kicks.
Welly also had a number of County players, Woolpack are mainly young side this term, with three of their back four being teenagers, so it was no surprise that they eventually succumbed.
Field Head faced another new side in Walkers Hounds and they fought out a 3-3 draw at Royds Hall.
Scorers for Head were Rhys Jowett, Jamie Metcalfe and Luke Gilman.