Fretwell at the double as Shafton hit back

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DEFENDING Premier Division champions AFC Sportsman Rovers weathered a lively second half to open their Doncaster Senior League programme with a 3-2 victory at Kinsley Boys.

Jason Astphall scored twice for Rovers with Brad Calladine also finding the net. Kinsley narrowed the gap through Joe Clarke and Joby Hammond.

Rossington Main extended their 100 per cent record with a 3-1 win over Bramley Sunnyside through Frazer, Nicholl and Sidebottom.

Also going well are Sutton Rovers, who had a 5-2 success at Hemsworth Town, Darren Smith bagged a brace and there were also goals by Daniel Bell, Luke Chambers and Adrian Parker.

A double from Callam Hardy, together with a goal by Ryan Hardy, earned South Elmsall United Services a 3-0 win at Swinton Station Athletic.

Newly-promoted Carcroft Village and Hatfield Main drew 3-3. Chris Hancock (2) and Darren Fieldor scored for Village with Michael Eades, Kevin Lynch and Alex Moscardini replying.

Edlington Town (Chris Colley) and Brodsworth Welfare (Gareth Byron-Wright) battled out a 1-1 draw.

Trailing 2-0 at the interval, Shafton Villa came back to lower the colours of Denaby United 3-2 in Division One.

Scott Aspinall and Daniel Noonan struck for United, only Adam Fretwell (2) and Cristian Carter to win it for Villa.

With a 3-1 midweed success over Ackworth United, Shafton are now top of the table.

There was better fortune for Ackworth United when James Winder and Steve Winder were on target in a 2-0 defeat of Bawtry Town Reserves.

An own goal helped Dunscroft United beat South Kirkby Town 5-2, Kieran Sanderson (2), Richard Sands and Jordan Cherowbrier also netted. Craig Hobson scored both Town goals.

Suliaman Deeke-Massaquoi gave Highwayman a 1-0 win over Askern Athletic.

Scawthorpe and Bentley Rhinos came out on top 2-0 against Woodlands Rhinos, Daniel Ferguson opened their account with an own goal sealing victory.

Sebastion Mallinski was on target for ISG Doncaster in their 1-1 draw at FC Tavern.