Scurfield in a late double winning blast
EDEN Grove pulled off a 5-4 extra-time win over Bradfield in the Sheffield and Hallamshire Junior Challenge Cup second round.
The Doncaster Senior League Premier side saw Bradfield claw back a three goal deficit in normal time and then go in front in the extra period.But Grove turned the tables with a late rally which saw Jamie Scurfield weigh in with a brace of goals.
Jimmy Hoystead, Mick Hoystead and Lee Browning all netted earlier for the Hexthorpe side
Jamie McDonald was on target four times as Upton Brookside accounted for Silkstone United 7-3. Pete Tepper, Leon McDonald and Nick Dodson also added a goal apiece.
There was disappointment for Edlington Rangers who lost by the odd goal in three at home to Farm Road Sports and Social Club. Chris Colley scored their consolation goal.
Wickersley sprung a surprise when beating Beeches 3-2.
One of the biggest upsets in the Sheffield Association Challenge Cup first round ties was Kinsley Boys 3-1 extra-time win over Upton and Harewood Social.
A Dave Davies penalty was the only reward for a dominant first half showing by Social. Reece Hicks equalised for the Division One side on the resumption with Steven Oates putting them ahead in the first period of extra-time. Daniel Whitehead completed the scoring in the final minute.
Rossington Main slumped to a 6-0 defeat away to Central Midlands Supreme Division outfit Bentley Colliery.
In the Premier Division of the Doncaster Senior League, Thorne Town share top spot with Maltby Sheppey and Hemsworth Alpha after a 2-0 win over South Kirkby Colliery.
Greg Daniels earned Town a 1-0 interval lead when putting them ahead in the 20th minute. Colliery had a chance to equalise just after the interval when they were awarded a penalty but James Shakespeare failed to convert the resulting spot kick. Fraser Burns sewed it up for Thorne.
A second-minute goal by Adie Smith put Retford Town on the way to a 4-0 win over Pontefract Colliery.
Lee Garner scored two minutes before the interval and then converted a spot kick midway through the second half to make it 3-0. Substitute Jason Holbrey rounded off the scoring with his first touch.
TPS drew 3-3 with Armthorpe MW in a thrilling Division One encounter.
Graham Dole, Craig Galloway and Andrew Sharp netted for the Stainforth side, with Armthorpe getting on terms through Lee Tulley, Jamie Cook and Daniel McNeil.
Hemsworth Tavern moved into second spot after a 4-1 derby win at South Kirkby.
John Allatt bagged a brace for Tavern before Adam Knowles reduced the arrears after the break. Billy Hicks and Mike Barry doubled the visitors' tally.