Edlington's 'Blinder' as Royals rule in cup clash

EDLINGTON Royals booked their place in the fourth round of the Highfield Property Doncaster Sunday Alliance Cup following their 5-0 win over Acorn Blinds.

Shane Fox, Danny Gommerson, Liam Slack, Danny Rhodes and Joe Leesley all netted for last season's runners-up against their Division Four rivals.

FC Dunscroft beat ACS by the odd goal in nine.

Craig Killgallon (2), Luke Brownbridge (2) and Anthony McNulty shared out the Dunscroft goals. Leaders Athletico Pegler beat Premier Division rivals Adam & Eve 4-2 thanks to goals by James Batchelor (2), Kyle Jones and Daniel Read.

Hatfield Celtic romped to a 6-0 win over Hogans. Oliver Boldry led the way with a double with Luke Crompton. Lee Emerson and Ryan Davies all chipped in with a goal apiece.

Social Bar won 2-0 away to Ingram Arms. Leger Lions beat AFC Rovers 4-3 on penalties after the two sides had battled out a 4-4 draw.

Granby Trojans posted a 4-2 win at Palfreys Lodge, for whom Lee Stevens and Douglas Pearman each grabbed a consolation goal.

Lee Pearson notched a hat-trick as Armthorpe stormed to a 6-2 win at Rossington United. James Nunns weighed in with a brace and there was also a goal for Jamie Cook. Toll Bar (Andrew Jones, Byron Craig) beat Auckley (Liam Murphy) by the odd goal in three.

Armthorpe Coronation also cleared the third round hurdle when beating Windmill 3-1. Thomas Hyde, Lee Drobac and Chris Baker claimed the Armthorpe goals with Adi Cowan replying for the home side.

Park Social coasted into the fifth round of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Junior Cup with a 5-1 win over Alliance rivals Rossington Labour Club.

Spotbrough also enjoyed a comfortable passage into the next round with a 6-1 win over The Bridge. Third-placed Bentley Top Club, for whom Lee Bullock and Jason Evison netted, were held to a 2-2 draw by Rockingham in the only Premier Division game of the day.

Styrupp climbed a place to fourth after beating Stainforth 3-0 in the only Championship game to survive. Marvin Stacey, Niall Doyle and Matthew Lawton were the Styrupp marksmen,

Canal Tavern took over top spot in Division One on the back of their 5-0 win at Sprotbrough Country Club. Scott Lambert hit a double for the winners with Craig Cookson, Sean Gorman and Darron Howe also getting in on the act.

Carcroft Village beat Three Horse United 4-0 courtesy of goals by Jay Baker, Wayne Wilson, Aaron Parkin and Danny Warboys.

Adwick Park Rovers took over top spot in Division Two after beating Brodsworth United 2-1. Joe Fisher scored both Adwick goals with Byron McDermott scoring the United consolation. Sportsman Inter-Stella, who started the day in top spot, didn't have a game and joint-leaders HPK, beaten 8-1 at Olive Tree.

Matthew Graves led the way with a hat-trick and Craig Newson and Andrew Burrows both bagged a brace. Andrew Vipond also chipped in. Mark Whiteley was the Knights' marksman.

A David Buck brace failed to save Wadworth Sports from a 4-2 home defeat by Hawthorn, Goals by Rob Crompton. Jonathan Oliver and Simon Manterfield (2) secured No 1 Law a 4-1 win at AFC Cusworth.

Armthorpe Village had to settle for a consolation goal by Steven Wagstaffe when going down 3-1 at home to Division Three rivals Waggies.

Gavin Thomas was the hat-trick hero of South Kirkby Colliery's 8-0 Division Four win at Harvester. Myles Cleland (2), Jordan Hicking and Paul Christian also contributed to the visitor's tally.

Gavin Smith (2), Mark Barkham, Richard Dillon and Alan Shaw all hit the target in Balby Rovers' 5-0 win at RC Motor Cycles.

A Courtney Peynado hat-trick helped lay the foundations for Bessacarr's 6-0 Division Five win over FC Ivanhoe, Dominic McGough (2) and Matthew Head added to the visitor's woes.

Hatfield Woodhouse had to settle for an Ian Malkin consolation in their 3-1 defeat at Campsall.

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