Three teams are battling it out at the top

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ROCKINGHAM Hotel, one of three teams sharing top spot in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division, beat Armthorpe Coronation by the odd goal in seven.

Paul Freeman, Peter Mawdsley, Mark Sydney and Russ Damms shared out the goals with Tom Hyde (2) and Lee Drobac replying.

Athletico Parklands also have six points, from one game less, following their 3-2 win over Rhino’s (Daniel White and Brian Craig).

Social Bar (Ryan Taylor, Nail Horsestead) are the only other team still boasting a 100 per cent record following their 2-1 win at FC Dunscroft. Barnby Dun posted a 3-0 win at Acorn. James Hendry and Mark Vickarage shared out the goals in Bullcroft S & P’s 2-0 win at Adam & Eve.

A hat-trick by Bradley Sykes laid the foundations for Bentley Top Club’s 5-0 win at Askern Villa. Craig Aspinall and Liam Grainger also netted.

Canal Tavern head the Championship table after picking up their third straight win when beating Styrupp 4-2. Darron Howe, Darren Fell (2) and Adam Freeborn shared out their goals. Armthorpe are second on points difference after beating Eden Grove (Peter Walmsley) 3-1. AFC Rovers are third - a Luke Dart brace giving them a 2-1 win over Conisbrough Conyers, for whom Craig Sutton replied.

Tom Dougherty grabbed five of the goals in Auckley’s 8-1 win at Corner Pin. Lewis Truman and Steve Richardson also got in on the act with Jermaine Green replying for the home side who now prop up the table. Aaron Dunhill and Andrew Jones both hit a double in Toll Bar’s 4-1 win at Finningley Athletic.

Promoted Sprotbrough FC suffered a surprise 3-0 defeat at home to Stainforth for whom Steve Ross, Anthony Ross and Chris Downing netted. Hatfield Celtic still top Division One despite being held to a 2-2 draw at Tumbler. Robert Wilson scored both Celtic goals with Craig Nelthorpe and Aaron Cross replying for the Edlington side.

Wheatley Hotel head the chasing pack on goal difference thanks to their 2-0 win over Sportsman Inter-Stella. Craig Newson and Matthew Graves were their marksmen. Hawthorne scored five without reply at Three Horseshoes United. A Jason Loosemore hat-trick was the highlight of Adwick Park Rovers’ 5-2 win over Alverley Inn. Daniel Lee and Andrew Kime also got in on the act. Askern Railway had to settle for a consolation goal by Ross Ascough in a 2-1 home defeat against Stag Inn. Peter Garside scored all three goals in Park Social’s 3-1 win at Carcroft Village (Dean Wilson).