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INGRAM Arms took over top spot in Division Four of the Doncaster Highfield Property Sunday Alliance League following their 4-1 win at third-placed Leger Lions.

Brendan Jeffrey bagged a brace for the winners with Paul Richardson and Jonathan Steers also getting in on the act. Acorn Blinds dropped to second spot after going down 3-1 at fourth-placed South Kirkby.

Goals by David Harthorn and Andrew Gilly secured Horse & Groom Town a 2-0 win over Hesley which keeps them in touch with the top. Fellow strugglers Harvester put the breaks on RC Motor Cycles, inflicting a 6-2 defeat on the home side. Ryan Kirton, Jack Shields Richard Nehlas, Daniel Dignan, Shane Anderton and Daniel Noel shared out the goals. A four-goal haul by Mick McCombe laid the foundations for White Swan Balby’s 5-2 win over White Hart Colts. Phillip Brown also netted for the winners with Brett Morton and Tom Patterson replying for the visitors.

Rossington United closed the gap between themselves and Division Five leaders Campsall to just one point following their 5-0 top-of-the-table win over the North Doncaster side. Third-placed Yorkshire Grey United remain in the race courtesy of their 5-1 winEdenthorpe Toby Carvery (Dean Roberts).

Brazil Boys’ hopes suffered a setback as a result of their 4-1 defeat at Bessacarr. Hatfield Woodhouse beat lowly Cantley Rovers 3-1. Ricky Taylor, Stuart Howell and Glen Randall shared out the goals with Keiron Falcus replying for Rovers.