Holden’s five-goal spree is just the Tonik

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OLIVE Tree remain in the Doncaster Highfield Property Sunday Alliance League Division Two promotion frame after recording a 7-2 win at Wadworth Sports.

Matthew Holmes, Calum Russell and Andrew Vipond all bagged two each for the winners with Carl Miller also netting. Stuart Steelyard and David Buck were the Wadworth scorers.

Carpenters Arms dimmed ASD Lighting’s prospects of avoiding the drop after beating them 6-2. Simon Robertshaw claimed five of the Arms goals with James Doyle completing their tally.

AFC Cusworth lost 3-0 at HPK - Carl Hayes (2) and Darren Smith doing the damage.

Skellow Rangers closed the gap on Division Three leaders Edlington Top Club, whose game at Tank was called off, when beating Palfrey’s Lodge 4-3 with goals by Darren Fiedor (2), Nicky Astbury and Danny Newsome. Curtis Fitzpatrick, Michael Barker and Lee Stevens replied for Lodge.

A five-goal haul by Holden laid the foundations for Tonik’s 7-4 win at Armthorpe Village. Spowage and Kelly also netted with Lee Spencer, Chris Passmore, Nick Johnson and Scott Grayson sharing out the Village goals.

Ryan Mallee also bagged a five-goal haul as Grove Carvery served up a 13-1 win over Super Yorkshire Tyres. Matthew Day chipped in with a hat-trick and there was a brace for Paul Griffin. Steve Mallee, James Smith and Philip Hare also hit the target.

Ellis Donnelly scored the only goal of the game in Waggies 1-0 win over Windmill.

Acorn Blinds continue to set the pace at the top of Division Four following their 7-2 at lowly Harvester.

Adrian Hooper and Scott Mahon shared four of the goals with Dean Bartlett, Sean Nicholls and Eric McMillan also chipping in with goals. Daniel Knoll notched both the Harvester consolation goals.

Second-placed Ingram Arms won 3-1 away to Hesley courtesy of goals by Andrew Mallinder, Karl Dewsnap and Brendan Jeffrey. Gary McVeigh was the Hesley marksman.

Third-placed Leger Lions roared to a 10-3 win over lowly Balby Rovers, for whom Richard Dillon, Phil Carroll and Mark Barkham scored consolation goals.

David Surfleet and David Hartshorn secured Horse & Groom Town a 2-0 win at White Hart Colts.

Campsall remain four points clear at the top of Division Five as a result of their 2-0 win at The Bay Horse. Dale Powell and Daniel Hamilton shared out their two goals.

Rossington United, who have a game in hand, continue to head the chasing group. Goals by Phillip Pendlebury, Dale Mullins, Peter Shelley (2) and Dean Griffiths helped them post a 5-2 win at Bessacarr.

Cantley Rovers (Keiran Falcus, Ricky Simpson (2), Paul Parnham) shared eight goals with visiting FC Ivanhoe, for whom Gary Sanderson, Ryan Burn, Craig Dallas and Simon Robinson replied.

Hogans romped to an 8-1 win at Edenthorpe Toby Carvery.

David Smart, James Bytheway and Liam Johnson shared out the goals in The Glasshouse’s 3-1 win over Yorkshire Grey United.

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