Bullcroft still making the running at top of Premier

Have your say

BULLCROFT Sports & Pastimes remain four points clear at the top of the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division after beating lowly Bentley Top Club 4-1.

Gareth Collinson bagged a brace for the winners with Gary Mundy and Mark Vicarage also netting. Athletico Parklands, who have two games in hand, received a walkover against third bottom ACS.

Third-placed Barnby Dun, 13 points behind the leaders but with four games in hand, beat Adam & Eve by the odd goal in three thanks to goals by Liam Wilkin and Richard Betts. FC Dunscroft and Armthorpe Coronation (Matthew Findlay) battled out a 1-1 draw. Social Bar beat visiting Acorn 3-1. Canal Tavern continue to set a scorching pace at the top of the Championship, beating lowly Styrupp 6-2 to extend their 100 per cent record to 12 games. Adam Freeborn grabbed a double with Robbie Spence, Sean McCarthy, Darren Fell and Johnny Moore also chipping in with goals.

Tom Cherry and Brad Atherton shared the Styrrup consolation goals.

Fourth-placed Sprotbrough, who have games in hand over the three teams above them, romped to a 6-0 win at bottom club Auckley.

Daniel Taylor, David Hanson, Jonathan Mirfin, Richard Smith and Callum Smith did the damage. Finningley Athletic, for whom Liam Coxon scored the only goal of the game, climbed several places to sixth on the back of a 1-0 win over Corner Pin. Second-bottom Toll Bar picked up only their third win of the season (1-0) at fifth-placed Stainforth. Hawthorn took over top spot in Division One after beating Three Horseshoes United 4-0. Stag Inn climbed to fourth after beating Tumbler 2-0. Alverley Inn charged to a 7-2 win over bottom club Carcroft Village (Brendon Thompson 2). Park Social beat Askern Railway 3-2. by the odd goal in five.