Luke who’s helped himself to a hat-trick as Corner Pin hit eight

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CORNER Pin had their shooting boots on when beating Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Championship hosts Auckley 8-0.

Luke Townsend was Corner Pin’s hat-trick hero with Richard Yeomans weighing in with a brace. James Taylor, David Carr and Jonathan Hardy also chipped in. Alex Tate and Andrew Webb secured Eden Grove a 2-0 win at Toll Bar.

Sportsman Inter Stella closed to within a point of Division One leaders Hawthorn after routing Carcroft Village 7-0.

Stag Inn remain third after posting a 6-1 win over Askern Railway. Lee Tilley and Brett Nilsen had doubles with Andy Sheldrake and Michael Austin also netting. Tom Bentley scored Railway’s consolation.

Hatfield Celtic climbed into fourth place on the back of a 5-1 win at bottom club Three Horseshoes United.

Armthorpe Albion missed out on the chance to claim top spot after going down 4-1 at Skellow Rangers, for whom Alan Fawley, Tom Ellis, Danny Newsome netted.

HPK, who could have gone second had they won, were held to a 1-1 draw by AFC Cusworth (Andy Goodwin).

Rosehill Press claimed a 5-1 win over Glad OB through Karl Rowlinson (2), John Corrie, Matthew Bedford and Robert Lee. David Flowitt was the Glad marksman.

Danny Borom got all three as Wadworth Sports beat Brodsworth 3-0.

Maltings (Nick Brown, Danny Moses, Curtis Brown, Ian Smith) climbed to third after beating Armthorpe Village 4-2. Horse & Groom Town (Henry Cox) moved up to fourth on the back of a 1-0 win at Hatfield Chace.

Yorkshire Grey (John Akings 2) retained second spot in Division Four after beating The Bay Horse 2-1.

Hesley are up to third after picking up a point from a 2-2 draw with visiting Campsall.

Glasshouse beat fellow strugglers Balby Rovers (Mark Barkham, Shawn Corbett) 5-2.

Hatfield Woodhouse beat Harvester (Liam Redmile 3, Zak Whitehurst 2) by the odd goal in nine.

The Vault took over top spot from Willaspoons (on Cup duty) on goal difference after beating lowly Barnby Dun All Stars 7-1. Richard McGowan led the way with a hat-trick with Kevin Stenson hitting a double. Sam Weston and Joe Byron also got in on the act.

Crown Hotel climbed to fourth after beating bottom club New Railway Tavern, still winless in 13 starts, 5-1. Leon Tarry 2, David Paul, Gavin May and Gareth Davies all netted for Crown.

Adam Armstrong was Inter Debs’ hat-trick hero in the 6-0 win over M25. Richard Crawforth, Paul Nicholson and Jonathan Walker netted.

Robbie Rowlands got four in Askern’s 9-2 beating of FC Ivanhoe. Jordan Watson 2, Greg Smith 2 and Kyle Rowlands also scored.