Marcel’s magic hat-trick sets up 8-1 win for Rossington

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MARCEL Chipamainga was Rossington Main’s hat-trick hero of their 8-1 win over local Doncaster Senior League Premier Division rivals Bawtry Town.

A brace of goals from James Batchelor, plus one each by Nathan Fraser, Eric McMillan and Scott Spencer, rounded off the Main spree. Jermaine Green replied for the losers..

Lee Bennett scored all three goals as leaders Shafton Villa pipped Mexborough Town (Gavin Wilson, own goal) by the odd goal in five.

Denaby United had to settle for a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw at Hemsworth Town. Callum Black and Ryan Oakley shared their goals with Michael Horbury and Steve Sidebottom being the home marksmen.

Steve Nutter struck twice as South Elmsall United Services won their derby with South Kirkby Col 6-2, Adrian Howe, David Blake, Michael Daley and Paul Smith, rounding it off.

Reigning champions Sutton Rovers were gifted three points after Carcroft Village was unable to field a side.

James Blythway bagged a brace of goals for Rovers Foundation only for them to be pipped 3-2 by Division One rivals Bawtry Town Reserves, for whom Lee Walker, Ian Horsman and Jonathan Dicks netted.

A Jamie Hindson strike could not save Dunscroft United from a 4-1 home defeat at the hands of Hemsworth MW. Lee Carrington (2), Nigel Beardow and Graham Phillips shared out the Hemsworth goals.

Shaun Hobson got both goals in South Kirkby Town’s 2-1 win at Swinton Athletic.

ISG Doncaster shared the spoils 2-2 with Westwoodside Rangers. Tomasz Sowinski and Marek Szeszol both netted for ISG with Declan Bacon and Craig Fletcher equalising.

Newton Arms picked up a 5-2 success at Harworth Colliery.

There was disappointment for Ackworth United, who went down 2-0 at Kellingley Welfare in the Castleford Challenge Cup.