Hot-shot Parker bags five goals

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DANIEL Parker had his shooting boots on when helping Campsall stick eight goals past Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Division Four hosts Bay Horse Athletic, who managed just one in reply.

Parker helped himself to five of the goals with James Alderson, Kyle Davison and Thomas Noon also netting.

Yorkshire Grey had to settle for a consolation goal by Craig Atkins in a 5-1 home defeat against second-placed Catholic FC.

League leaders Hesley, previously unbeaten in their six games, crashed to a 10-0 defeat at Rossington United, who climbed into third spot.

Hatfield Woodhouse handed out a 4-0 beating to visiting The Glasshouse. James Ponticia bagged a brace and there was a single strike by James Pell and an own goal.

Nathan Davis was the Balby Rovers scorer in their 1-1 draw with Harvester.

Oliver White was the hat-trick hero of Bessacarr’s 6-0 win over Cantley Rovers. Thomas Jepson banged in brace with Dom McGough also getting in on the act.

Willaspoons continue to set the pace at the top of Division Five after beating The Crown Hotel 4-1 to claim their fourth win in four starts.

Paul Kostyszyn hit a double for the home side with Mark Pearson and Craig Smith also chipping in with goals.

Nicky Doddy scored the Crown consolation.

Second-placed The Vault kept the pressure on with a 4-0 win at Sprotbrough-based FC Ivanhoe.

Sam Weston, Richard McGowan, Joe Byron and Chris Chambers shared out the goals.

Third-placed Walton Wanderers beat M25 5-0. The Askern beat visiting New Railway Tavern 2-0.

Goals by Richard Crawforth and James Clarke secured Inter Debbs a 2-1 win over Barnby Dun All Stars.

Rossington Poacher snared a 4-1 win at Balby Rec thanks to goals by Craig Watkes, Scott Jackson, Callum Coburn and James Russell. John Higgs scored the Balby consolation.