Four-goal Hancock helps Carcroft to 8-1 Premier win

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AN own goal helped Brodsworth Welfare snatch a 5-3 win over Edlington Town in th Doncaster Senior League Premier Division KO Cup first round.

Jamie Woodhall, Andrew Kime, Bradley Sanderson and Daniel Smith were the other Welfare marksmen with Pete Dawson, Craig Dyson and Gavin Beardshall replying.

AFC Sportsman Rovers went through 4-2 against South Kirkby Colliery thanks to Brett Oxer, Richard Hall, Oliver Wheeler and Brett Bate.

A four-goal haul by Chris Hancock helped Carcroft Village end a lean spell in the Premier Division with an 8-1 triumph over Swinton Station Athletic.

Joe Fisher (2), Darren Fieldor and Matthew Williamson doubled their tally.

A last-minute goal from Billy Hicks saw Hemsworth Town pip Hatfield Main 4-3. Kyle Lacey (2) and Keil Hobson had claimed the earlier Town goals.

Bawtry Town and Sutton Rovers drew 2-2. Joshua Blenkiron and Connor Corrigan scorede for Town goals with Tom Doherty and Adrian Parker replying.

Tom Padley struck twice in Sun FC’s 3-2 Division One win at Askern Athletic. Andy Durant also netted.

A brace from Daniel Jones put Scawthorpe and Bentley Rhino’s on the way to a 3-1 success at Dunscroft United. Dean Daffin also chipped in with Kevin Sanderson replying.

Roger Bows claimed Bawtry Town Reserves’ goal in their 1-1 home draw with Hemsworth MW.

Highwayman came out on top 3-1 at Woodlands Rhinos. Daniel Lee, Hayden Tomlinson and Nathan Booth,shared out the goals with Addison reducing the arrears.

Scott Maughan grabbed all three goals as Rossington Main accounted for Bramley Sunnyside 3-0 in their Sheffield and Hallamshire FA Association Challenge Cup second round tie.

South Elmsall United Services, after being deadlocked 3-3 with Oughtibridge WMC after extra-time, went down 5-4 in a penalty shoot-out, Patrick Needham, David Harrison and Ryan McCusker were their scorers.

A weakened Kinsley Boys lost 5-0 at Athersley Recreation, conceding three goals in the last ten minutes.

Ryan Oakley was Denaby United’s hat-trick hero in their 4-1 win at Bullcroft Sports in the Sheffield and Hallamshire FA Junior Challenge Cup third round tie. Arron Rumble completed their tally.

A brace of goals from Ryan Butcher and Ben Pearson helped Shafton Villa conquer Beighton Albion 5-0. Steve Bennett rounding off their nap hand.

A Dan Mitchell effort could not save Bramley Sunnyside Reserves from a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Aquaforce. ISG Doncaster lost 3-0 when they entertained Manor Castle.