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DONCASTER Highfield Properties Sunday Alliance League Premier Division leaders Athletic Pegler crashed 5-0 at Bullcroft Sports & Pastimes.

ACS won 5-3 at Acorn for whom Gary Williams bagged a hat-trick.

Edlington Royals again had their shooting boots on, winning 7-0 at Adam & Eve with goals by Nathan Brady 2, Martin Bradley, Danny Gommerson, Paul Bradley, Danny Rhodes and Elija Tekram.

Armthorpe Coronation (Danny Wilson, Warren Drobac) beat Rockingham 2-1.

Bentley Top Club (Jason Evison, Andrew Devine, Bradley Sykes 2, and Matthew Hayes) beat visiting Barnby Dun Social Club 5-3. Liam Wilkin 2 and Richard Barley shared out the Dun goals.

Conisbrough Conyers (Dan Phillips) lost 2-1 at Spinney (Jordon Lewis).

FC Dunscroft lost top spot in the Championship after going down 2-1 at home to Stainforth. Carl Grant scored the consolation with Gino Pennant and an own goal accounting for the Stainforth tally.

White Hart are the new leaders following their 4-1 win over Corner Pin.

Drum beat visiting Granby Trojans 5-1.

Social Bar and Eden Grove (Mick Sibanda, Artur Antonczuki) battled out a 2-2 draw.

Toll Bar romped home 7-0 against Auckley thanks to Brian Craig 2, Aaron Dunhill 2 Terry Wilson, Philip Potts and Andrew Jones.

Dan Wojcichowski 2, and a goal by Dean Wiffin secured Rhinos a 3-2 win at Finningley Athletic (Jake Kennedy and Dean Richardson).

AFC Rovers still set the pace in Division One after beating Three Horseshoes United 5-1. Ryan Evans was Rovers’ hat-trick hero with Stuart Gibbard and Karl Blanchard also scoring. John Murray replied.

Second-placed Canal Tavern lost 5-0 away to third-placed Sprotbrough. Tom McLoughlin (3) and Richard Smith 2 shared out the Sprotbrough goals.

Stag Inn stay fourth despite losing 8-5 at Armthorpe.

Hatfield Celtic scored nine without reply at home to fellow strugglers Carcroft Village. Ricki Crompton led the way with a hat-trick with Leigh Emerson 2, Oliver Boldry 2, Luke Crompton and Robert Wilson also scoring.

Bottom club Askern Railway are still looking for their first win after losing 4-0 at Park Social (Chris Halton, Michael Lee, Shane Kennedy and Damien Beedle).

Sprotbrough Country Club won 4-3 at Pegler Sports & Social.

Hawthorn held on to top spot in Division Two thanks to a 6-1 win at AFC Cusworth.

Sportsman Inter-Stella stay second after beating Brodsworth United 3-2. Paul Presky, Glen Stones and Luke Donald netted for Stella with Darren Bird and Keiron Williams replying for United.

ASD Lighting (Daniel Smith 2) beat Wadworth Sports (Steven Mason) 2-1.

HPK shared eight goals with Adwick Park Rovers.

Liam Wright 2, Dale Long and Lee Parker were the HPK marksmen with Keiron Higgins. Andrew Kime, Shane Carver and Mark Housley all netting for Rovers.

Armthorpe Albion posted a 7-1 win at Number One Law.

Third-placed Olive Tree handed out a 5-1 beating to Rosehill Press. Matthew Holmes hit a double with Craig Newson, Matthew Graves and Greg Male all chipping in with single strikes. Robert Lee claimed the Press consolation.

Edlington Top Club continue to set a scorching pace at the top of Division Three after beating Waggies 3-2 to claim their 11th win in as many games.

Second-placed Skellow Rangers (Danny Newsome 2) lost ground after losing 3-2 at home to Grove Carvery for whom Clark O’Keefe, Steve Malee and Martin Clover netted.

Goals by Michael Parker and Lee Stevens earned Palfrey’s Lodge a 2-2 draw at home to Balby Academy of Sport.

David Flowitt’s brace proved to be a mere consolation as Glad Old Boys lost 5-2 at Tank. Andy Turton 2, Chris Gratty, Gavin Pickering and Jason Ridley netted for Tank.

Ingram Arms (Lewis Fitzpatrick, Paul Richardson, Tony Steers) retained top spot in Division Four after beating Harvester 3-0. Leger Lions moved three points clear of Acorn Blinds after beating their top three rivals 1-0. RC Motor Cycles (Michael Frazer, Byron Jacques) lost 3-2 at home to Hesley.

Keiron Stables, Andrew Harriman. Tom Patterson and an own goal secured White Hart Colts a 4-2 win over White Swan Balby.

Campsall closed the gap on Division Five leaders Yorkshire Grey United when beating Bessacarr 2-1. Third-placed Brazil Boys collected a 6-2 win over Edenthorpe Toby Carvery. Cantley Rovers (Richard Simpson) lost 2-1 at home to The Glasshouse.

FC Ivanhoe picked up only their second win of the season, beating mid-table Bay Horse 3-1 at home.

Hogans enjoyed a 6-2 win over Drum Misfits.