Leger Lions land title despite draw

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BRAZIL Boys closed to within a point of Doncaster Highfield Property Sunday Alliance League Division Five leaders Rossington United after romping to a 10-0 win over mid-table Bessacarr.

Third-placed Yorkshire Grey United beat The Bay Horse 2-0 thanks to a brace by John Atkins.

Fourth-placed Campsall ended their campaign on a winning note with a 3-2 win over second-bottom Edenthorpe Toby Carvery.

Darron Januszkiewicz, Warren Corner, Dale Gibson and Reece Pointing shared out the Campsall goals.

Hatfield Woodhouse can still pip them for fourth spot on goal difference if they win their final match after beating The Glasshouse by the oddgoal in five thanks to goals by Stuart Howell (2) and Martyn Robson.

Paul Parnham and Richard Simpson shared out the consolation goals in Cantley Rovers’ 4-2 home defeat against Hogans

Leger Lions held on to top spot in Division Four to claim the title by a point after drawing 1-1 at home to second-placed South Kirkby Colliery.

Runaway leaders Edlington Top Club picked up their 18th win in 19 Division Three games with a 4-1 win over Balby Academy of Sport.

Skellow Rangers beat Windmill 4-3 in their last game to climb into second spot above Glad Old Boys, who have one game left, on goal difference.

Dominic Northedge and Darren Fiodour shared out the Skellow goals with Luke Rafferty, Richard Raper and an own goal accounting for the Windmill goals.

Tank won 3-1 at Tonik in their last game of the season.

Sportsman Inter Stella (Bryan Pearce) held on to top spot in Division Two with two games to go despite going down 2-1 at fourth-placed Adwick Park Rovers, for whom Jason Loosemore and Danny Bridges netted.

Olive Tree moved to within a point of the leaders after Andrew Vipond scored the only goal of the game against Brodsworth United.

A brace by Steven Broadhead and a goal by Robert Lee, earned Rosehill Press a 3-1 win at AFC Cusworth, for whom Isaac Greenwood hit the target.

Simon Robertshaw hit a double as Carpenters Arms beat Armthorpe Albion 5-3. Ryan Pearson, James Doyle and Matthew Kilvington also hit the target.

Number One Law had to settle for a consolation goal by Graham Bell when going down 4-1 at Hawthorn.

HPK charged to a 7-3 win over ASD Lighting.

Carl Hayes led the way with a hat-trick with Dale Pierpont, Tom Brevitt, Lee Parker and Mark Whiteley all chipping in with goals.

n Premier and Division One round-ups tomorrow.