Naylor hits five as Athletico Pegler get back on track in 10-3 stroll

Acorn BlindsAcorn Blinds: Beaten in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Cup fourth round by last season's beaten finalists Edlington Royals.
Acorn BlindsAcorn Blinds: Beaten in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Cup fourth round by last season's beaten finalists Edlington Royals.
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PREMIER Division leaders Athletico Pegler returned to winning ways with a vegence, routing Championship visitors Social Bar 10-3 in their Doncaster Highfield Property Sunday Alliance League KO Cup fourth round tie.

James Naylor led the way with a five-goal haul with James Batchelor weighing in with a hat-trick. Lee Cooke and Luke Smithson also checked in with goals.

Bentley Top Club also enjoyed a comfortable passage into the quarter-final with a 5-0 win over Amthorpe Coronation.

Lee Bullock helped himself to three of the goals with Michael Attard hitting a double. Last year’s runners-up Edlington Royals booked their place in the last eight with a 4-0 win over Acorn courtesy of goals by Martin Bradley, David Poppleton, Paul Bradley and Liam Wright.

Armthorpe had to settle for a brace by Lee Pearson when going down 4-2 at FC Dunscroft, for whom Luke Brownbridge (2), David McIntrye and Carl Grant netted.

Sprotbrough also made progress, beating Hawthorn 5-2. Alan Smith claimed two of the goals with Richard Jones, Natel Callus and Tony McLoughlin also chipping in.

Darren Brown and Sean Gorman shared four of the goals in Canal Tavern’s 6-3 win at Leger Lions. Craig Cookson and Kirk Frost shared four of the goals with Craig Cookson and Kirk Frost also getting in on the act.

Goals by Phil Potts, Brian Craig and Aaron Dunhill earned Toll Bar a 3-2 win over Hatfield Celtic. A goal by Russ Adams earned Rockingham Hotel a 1-1 Premier Division draw at ACS.

Lee Winterman scored both Barnby Dun Social Club goals in their 2-2 draw with visiting Adam & Eve. Bullcroft Sports & Pastimes won 3-1 at Conisbrough Conyers.

Drum won 3-1 away at Auckley in their Championship clash.

A Kevin Rickatson hat-trick laid the foundations for Stainforth’s 4-2 win over White Hart (Chris Hancock, Leon Tarry).

Ian Colton and Darrell Creed were the Eden Grove marksmen in their 2-1 win at Styrrup, for whom David Jenkinson netted.

Damian Beedle earned Park Social a share of the spoils in their 1-1 Division One draw at Askern Railway.

Three Horse Shoes United (John Murray, Adam Leeson) and Carcroft Village (Ben Skip, Dean Wilkin) battled out a 2-2 draw. Adwick Park Rovers (Joe Fisher, Jason Loosemore) and Olive Tree (Andrew Mellor, Calum Russell) also shared four goals between them in their Division Two clash.

Phillip Young claimed the Wadworth Sports goal in their 1-1 draw at Armthorpe Albion. Brodsworth United posted a 4-2 win at ASD Lighting on the back of a brace by Ryan Soar and single strikes by Byron McDermott and Darren Bird.

Sportsman Inter Stella romped to a 5-0 win at HPK. Glen Stones (2), Nicholas Beardmore, Lewis Strutt and John Morgan all hit the target.

Number One Law (Craig Hampson, Simon Manterfield) beat visiting AFC Cusworth by the odd goal in three.

Goals by Robert Lee (2) and Carl Rollinson sentenced Carpenters Arms (Simon Robertshaw, own goal) to a 3-2 defeat at Rosehill Press. A David Flowitt hat-trick was the highlight of Glad Old Boys’ 6-2 Division Three win at Armthorpe Village. Craig O’Neill, Karl Hope and Matthew Shaw also chipped in with goals.

Darren Fiodor and Sam Corner secured Skellow Rangers a 2-0 win at Waggies.

Tony Hurrel and Nathan Johnson were both on target in Windmill’s 2-1 win over Palfreys Lodge.

Acorn Blinds lost 1-0 at home to Division Four rivals South Kirkby Colliery.

A four-goal haul by Terry McCombe laid the foundations for White Swan Balby’s 5-1 win at Balby Rovers. Phillip Brown compled their tally. Andy Lord (2), Jonathan Orridge and Nathan Booth were responsible for Hesley’s 4-1 defeat at home to White Hart Colts. Horse & Groom Town (Nathan Blenkinsop, Craig Green, David Hartshorn) won 3-1 at Ingram Arms (Tony Steers).

Division Five round-up tomorrow