Jones feeling Glad all over after double strike

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A JOE Jones double helped secure Glad .Old Boys a 3-2 win over Doncaster Highfield Property Sunday Alliance League Division Three visitors Skellow Rangers.

Dave Flowitt also netted for the winners with Darren Fiodor and an own goal accounting for the Skellow goals.

Edlington Top Club won 4-1 at Palfreys Lodge.

Tank had to settle for consolation goals by Andy Turton and James Falkiner when going 3-2 at home to Windmill, for whom Dobor Ferenc (2) and Luke Rafferty replied.

Holden was the hat-trick hero of Tonik’s 6-0 win over Balby Academy of Sport. Edgecombe, Atherton and Shelton conpleted the scoring.

Grove Carvery lost 1-0 at Waggies.

Leger Lions mauled Division Four hosts Balbty Rovers 9-0. Dave Hartshorn and Lee Peers were the Horse & Groom marksmen in their 2-0 win over White Swan Balby.

Acorn Blinds ran up the highest score of the day - 13-0 away at RC Motor Cycles. Scott Mahon claimed three of the goals with Richard Batho, Aaron Hooper and Billy Worton bagging braces. Simon Nicholls, Eric McMillan, Gary Batho and Reece Joslin all chipped in with single strikes.

Goals by Rob Coates (2) and Jordan Hickling earned South Kirkby Colliery a 3-0 win over Ingram Arms.

White Hart Colts (Calum Reid, Andrew Harriman) beat Hesley 2-0.

Brazil Boys conjured up a 5-2 Division Five win over Rossington United. Steven Walker and Kieron Falcus both hit a double in Cantley Rovers 4-1 win over Drum Misfits (Mark Perkins).

FC Ivanhoe lost 5-1 at home to Bessacarr.

Campsall lost 4-2 at Hogans. Hatfield Woodhouse won by the same score at The Bay Horse.

Richard Wood (2), Aaron Haxwell and an own goal secured The Glasshouse a 4-1 win over visiting Edenthorpe Toby Carvery.