A hat-trick for Burns as Sheppey win

TWO of the Doncaster Senior League's top marksmen, Steve Burns and Paul Bielby, got Premier Division Maltby Sheppey back on the winning track with a 4-2 victory at Upton and Harewood Social.

Tuesday, 9th October 2007, 8:26 pm
Updated Wednesday, 10th October 2007, 12:11 pm

Burns got a hat trick with Bielby also finding the net to keep Sheppey in top spot on goal difference. David Davies (pen) and Kevin Lynch netted for the losers.

Hemsworth Alpha head the chasing group after lowering Mexborough Athletiic's colours for the first time. Lee Kelly, John Probert and Alan Billington shared out the goals in their 3-1 win. Toby Dwyer grabbed the Mexborough consolation.

Eden Grove maintained their promising start to the season with a 6-3 home win over Thorne Town. Sam Agar and Jamie Scurfield both bagged a brace with Lee Hayes and Simon Paley both adding one each. Gregg Daniels, Craig Cookson and Darren Howe were all on target for Town.

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Bawtry Town flattered to deceive when taking an early lead through Steve Loizou as Retford Town roared back to win 8-1.

Dan House notched four goals with Lee Garner hitting a hat-trick. Lee Rose rounded off the spree.

South Kirkby Colliery claimed their first scalp of the season with a 4-1 home win over Rossington Main.

Lee Womack headed Colliery in front only for James Batchelor to level the scores.Gareth Davies restored Colliery's advantage with Darren Stevenson and 16-year-old Scott Savage doubling the tally in the second half.

Armthorpe MW moved into second spot in Division One following their 11-1 rout of at Ackworth United.

Lee Tilley led the way with a five goal haul with Jamie Cook notching a hat-trick. Daniel McNeil, Dave Carlin and Michael Grainger also got in on the act. New signing Richard Smith scored the United consolation.

Leaders Upton Brookside beat neighbours Kinsley Boys 2-0 thanks to second half goals by Darren Harbin and Leon McDonald.

Shaun Turner and Simon Nuttall found the net as Swinton Station started their programme with a 2-1 win at Adwick Park Rangers.

Birks Holt Sports claimed their first scalp with a 3-1 home win over Hemsworth Alpha. Shawn Edwards, Tom Salt and Des Plane shared out the goals. Dean Walstow replied for Alpha.

An own goal gave Moorland a 3-2 win over TPS. Hill and Kirk scored for the winners with Doug Pearman and Jamie Hindson replying for the Stainforth side.

A brace of second half goals by Chris Askham dashed any comeback hopes that Wickersley, who trailed 2-0 at the break, might have entertained against Hemsworth Tavern.

South Kirkby caused a surprise with a 1-0 derby victory over South Elmsall United Services.Tony Ridley scored the only goal of the game.