Fisher defeat own reserve team in Challenge Cup tie

Rob Hiscox fired a brace to send St John Fisher through to the next round of the Heavy Woollen Challenge Cup with victory over the club's reserve side.
Rob Hiscox fired a brace to send St John Fisher through to the next round of the Heavy Woollen Challenge Cup with victory over the club's reserve side.
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St John Fisher earned a place in the third round of the Heavy Woollen Challenge Cup after accounting for their own reserve side in a 4-0 victory.

Rob Hiscox led the way with a brace, supported by further strikes from Andy Godding and Dominic Riordan.

Fisher will play Millbridge WMC in the next round after Jamie Wasley (hat-trick), Liam Fox, Liam Gowen and Declan Bickers all netted in a 6-2 win at Taylor, who replied through a double from Ebrahim Seedat.

Heckmondwike Sports Club also progressed after James Reily, George Porter and Craig Bentley scored in a hard-fought 3-2 win over Marsh, who replied through Danny Holdsworth and Jay Pickles.

Thornhill Lees are the new leaders of the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division after Scott Hargreaves struck a hat-trick in a 3-0 win over Battyeford, who drop to last place.

AFC Chickenley lifted themselves above Battyeford and off the foot of the table as they won 2-1 at Woodman Batley Carr.

Michael Chadwick and Ryan Simmonds netted for Chickenley, with Woodman’s consolation coming from Lee Brook.

Mirfield Town are nine points clear at the top of the Championship as their 100 per-cent record continued with a 3-2 win at Mount Pleasant.

Kieran Corley continued his fine scoring form with another brace, while Jonathan Mitchell also struck to secure Mirfield all three points.

Mount battled throughout and replied through Faisal Adam and Mohammed Patel.

Woodkirk Valley climbed to second place in the table after a 2-0 win over Hartshead, which came courtesy of a Chris McGuire strike plus an own goal.