FEW sides score six goals in a game - and lose!
But that's just what happened to Kirkburton.
And their 7-6 defeat at home to Warren House summed up their season to date.
"We are very much a hit and miss side," admitted manager Steve Ellam.
"When we are on form I'm confident we can beat any side in the league.
"But it is a question of getting the lads to believe in themselves. I know they are good enough, now they have to believe it too.
"I told them as much after Saturday's game. I said in the dressing rooms that they had nothing to be ashamed of after their fine second-half performance".
That display against a side which has won every game this season was almost enough to earn Kirkburton a point.
They were very much second best in the first half of a game dominated by the gale-force wind sweeping across Kirkburton Middle School.
Warren House looked lively up front and took advantage of any error to lead 5-1.
But the home side turned the game on its head after the break, led by striker Andy Dunstan.
He hit a hat trick - taking his tally to seven goals in two games - and saw his side claw their way back before Warren House scored two late goals to ensure the points.
Lavelle (2) and Beaumont also scored for Kirkburton.
League leaders Syngenta Sports were again among the goals.
They won 7-3 at Railway, thanks to four goals from Robert Hiscox and three from Ashley Flynn.
Uppermill are level on points with Syngenta and won 3-0 at Heywood Sports.
A last-minute penalty gave Crosland Moor a 3-3 draw in a wind-hit game against Berry Brow.
Brow were 2-0 up at the break, thanks to Damon Hever and Danny Wilkinson, but Crosland Moor hit back with the wind behind them to draw level through Lorryman and Loucas.
Stephen Padgett then put Brow ahead with a stunning strike only for Stewart to equalise from the spot.