Lucky 13 for Brodsworth as Cusworth get Bird

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BRODSWORTH United ran up the highest score of the day, scoring 13 goals without reply at home to bottom club AFC Cusworth in Division Two.

Darren Bird led the way with a hat-trick and there were doubles for Ryan Soar, Carl Read and Bryan McDermott. Dan Smith, Daniel Hulley and Liam Marsh also netted.

Glad Old Boys, for whom Craig Wilmot 2, Greg Bryce and Shane Johnson netted, and Armthorpe Albion battled out a 5-5 draw.

A four-goal haul by Robert Lee was the highlight as Rosehill Press beat mid-table rivals Skellow Rangers 6-1 on their travels. John Corrie bagged a brace.

Richard Jones went one better, scoring five of the goals in Wadworth Sports’ 6-1 win over HPK. Josh Rowley completed the scoring.

Balby Academy of Sport, who beat Waggies 4-1, continue to set the pace at the top of Division Three. Ryan Lewis and Jordan Lewis both hit a double. Jamie Faulding was the Waggies’ marksman.

Maltings kept in touch with the top after beating Ingram Arms (Brendan Jeffrey) 6-1.

Grove Carvery served up a 3-1 win over Hatfield Chace. Rob Crompton, Scott Hardman and James Anderson shared out the goals with Jay Crossland replying for Chace.

Tank charged to a 6-3 win over Horse & Groom Jimmy Falkiner (2), Paul Burton, Andrew Jones and Adrian Howe shared out the Tank goals with Joe Geddes (2) and Alan Riggall replying for Town.

White Harts Colts lost 4-0 at home to Armthorpe Village for whom Peter Ashcroft, Brian Wright, Gavin Grayson and Chris Passmore scored.

Division Four leaders Catholic Club received a walkover against Hatfield Woodhouse.

Second-placed Bessacarr beat second-bottom Balby Rovers 6-0 thanks to James Stuart 2, Dom McGough 2, Ryan Bullock and Nick Head.

Glasshouse won 5-3 at Campsall thanks to Michael Garner, James Bytheway, Paul Bytheway, Liam Coopey and an own goal. Damian Bevan (2) and Thomas Noonreplied.

Rossington United romped to a 12-2 win at The Bay Horse.

Dan Fraser and Mark Sydney both hit a hat-trick with Nathan Fraser and Luke Wilkinson both bagging a brace. Karl Lang and Mark Ridley completed the rout.

Crown Hotel continue to set the pace at the top of Division Five after beating lowly Balby Rec 8-0. Chris Hancock claimed four of the goals with Peter Brown (2). Gareth Davies and Gavin May also finding the net.

Third-placed Willaspoons (Mivchael Ryan, Liam McCarthy, Billy Kirkham, Paul Kostyszyn) had to work harder for their 4-3 win over second-placed The Vault. Ryan McGowan and Joe Byron (2) scored for the visitors who exchanged places with the winners.

Fourth-placed Walton Wanderers coasted to a 7-0 win over The Askern. Eric McMillan scored twice with Willam Warton, Vladic Mitrufanuv, Scott Maughan and Scott Snaith also netting.

Inter Debs also had their shooting boots on away at M25 (Michael Hemsworth), running out 8-1 winners. Paul Nicholson (2), Michael Crawforth, Ross McSeverney, Scott Graham, Richard Crawforth, Jonathon Walker and Aiden Armstrong. FC Ivanhoe put New Railway Tavern to the sword (3-2).