Parklands keep the pressure on

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TITLE-chasing Athletico Parklands beat Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division hosts Adam & Eve by the odd goal in three thanks to goals by James Naylor and Robert Allan.

Leaders Bullcroft Sports & Pastimes posted a 4-0 win over Social Bar. Gary Mundy, Joe Fisher, Gareth Collinson and Kevin Hayes shared out the goals.

Barnby Dun and Rhino’s battled out a 2-2 draw. Paul Bradley and Liam Wilkin netted for the home side with Matthew Hayes and Daniel Wojtichowski replied for Rhino’s.

FC Dunscroft (Craig Wigglesworth, Luke Brownbridge) and Bentley Top Club (Joel Mortlock, Liam Grainger) shared four goals.

Canal Tavern, 6-1 winners at Auckley, continue to set a scorching pace at the top of the Championship. Kirk Frost and Adam Freeborn both notched a hat-trick for the Thorne side with Tom Doherty grabbing the Auckley consolation.

Armthorpe beat visiting Styrupp by the odd goal in nine. Eden Grove, for whom Alex Tate netted, and Stainforth contested a 1-1 draw.

Daniel Taylor bagged a brace as Sprotbrough beat Toll Bar 6-4 in a high-scoring game. Jonathan Mirfin, Natel Callus, Callum Smith and Tom McLoughlan also got in on the act.

Division One leaders Hawthorn beat Park Social 4-2. Billy Brown, Mark Carter, Lee Isaacs and Liam Moore all netted for Hawthorn with Vinny Ogbe and Scott Johnson sharing out the Social consolation goals. Tumbler romped to a 7-1 win at Alverley Inn. Aaron Cross and Liam Nelthorpe both bagged a brace with Paul Hird and Sorik Malcolm also chipping in with goals.

Wheatley Hotel finished on the right track when beating Askern Railway 6-3. Andrew Mellor hit a double with Carl Miller, Matthew Holmes, Callum Russell and Sedgewick all weighed in with single strikes. Lewis Hall and Simon Squire (2) were responsible for the Askern goals.

Three Horseshoes United picked up a 3-1 win at Carcroft Village (Brendon Thompson). Hatfield Celtic beat Stag Inn (Lee Tilley, Brett Nilson) by the odd goal in five. Sportsman Inter Stella won 4-2 at Adwick Rovers (Ben Messinger, Jason Loosemore).

Division Three leaders Balby Academy of Sport romped to a 5-0 win over White Hart Colts. Simon Manterfield and Jordan Lewis helped themselves to four of the goals with Keiron Ferguson completing their tally. An Andy Gilly double, and goals by John Geddes and Reese Pegdan, earned Horse & Groom Town a 4-4 draw at home to South Kirkby (Carl Wilson 3, Jordan Hicking)