Lovell hat-trick as Rovers book last-eight spot in Cup; Eades hits five for Hatfield

Narrow defeat: Doncaster Deaf were pipped 1-0 by improving Yorkshire Main.
Narrow defeat: Doncaster Deaf were pipped 1-0 by improving Yorkshire Main.
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AFC Sportsman Rovers booked their place in the quarter-finals of the STC Doncaster Senior League FA Challenge Cup with a 5-2 victory at Adwick Park Rangers A.

Nathan Lovell notched a hat-trick for Rovers with Brett Oxer and Tobias Dyer completing the scoring.

Sutton Rovers joined them in the last eight following their 3-0 win over Division One Woodlands Rhinos. Daniel Bell, Gareth Davies and Darren Smith all found the net.

Kinsley Boys beat Maltby MW 3-1 in their Premier Division KO Cup clash. Tom Clarke (2) and Joe Clarke netted for the winners with Tom Salt replying.

Rossington Main moved into third spot in the Premier Division after a 2-1 victory at Retford Town. After a goalless first half, Main took the lead through James Batchelor, only for Dan House to level. But a twice-taken penalty by Lee Holmes assured the visitors of the spoils. A Jamie Walker strike helped Yorkshire Main continue their improvement with a 1-0 win at Doncaster Deaf. Lee Drowbac scored both goals as FC Thorne Town accounted for Swinton Station Athletic 2-1. Reigning champions Edlington Town crashed 5-2 at home to South Elmsall United Services. Dave Davies (2), Lee Walsh (2) and Callum Hardy netted for the visitors with Chris Colley and Craig Dyson responding for Town.

It was a day of surprises in Division One with Upton Brookside losing top spot after crashing to a 7-1 defeat against bottom club Adwick Park Rangers B. Shane Carver, Daniel Hulley and Andrew McCreadie, all bagged a brace for Rangers with Stuart Laidlaw adding the other one to lift them from the foot of the table, Carl Wilson scored the Brookside consolation. Bramley Sunnyside are the new leaders after beating Travellers FC 2-1.Lee McVeigh and Matthew Brunyee shared out their goals with Ricky Gaskell netting for Travellers.

Gary Eades helped himself to five of the goals as Hatfield Main routed Edlington Rangers, who now occupy bottom spot, 15-2. Craig Taylor weighed in with a hat-trick, with Christopher Cork and Russ White both hitting a double. Gary Mellor and Ben Warren rounded off the goal spree, Neil Hendry and Gavin Smith were the two Edlington marksmen.

Carcroft Village went down 5-1 at South Kirkby Colliery B. Adam Bailey and substitute Mark Studd both scored twice for Colliery with Ryan Williams also getting in on the act. Joe Fisher prevented a whitewash. A Karl Lloyd goal could not save Bawtry Town Reserves from a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of FC Tavern, for whom Chris Dyer and Geoff Smith netted. ISG Doncaster beat Ackworth United 3-1.