Leading trio seal wins in Spen Valley

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Athletico, Vision Wyke and Savile Youth continue to lead the way at the top of the Spen Valley League Premier Division.

All three recorded victories last Saturday and are level on 12 points at the top.

Athletico had Mohammed Ikraaz, Mehine Malik and Paul Hague on target as they defeated Savile United 3-0.

Savile Youth kept up the pace as Abdullah Aswat bagged a hat-trick, while Huzaifa Patel and Tahir Polli were also on target in a 5-2 victory over White Abbey, who replied with a Waheed Khan brace.

Vision also claimed a fourth win of the season, beating Hartshead 3-0 as Chris Lever hit a brace and Liam Hartley also netted.

Hightown Jets picked up a second successive victory to move fifth, defeating Idle 5-1 thanks to goals from Charles Hullah, Nathan Clarke, Adam Smith, James Mortimor and Carl Haynes.

Idle’s solitary reply came from an own goal.

Salthorn and Whitburn Athletic were involved in a seven goal thriller which the visitors edged 4-3.

Ashley Delaney, Aaron Kershaw and David Goodchild netted for Salthorn but Whitburn earned the three points after Tibotenda Mtangudua bagged a hat-trick and Maldini Nyandaro also netted.

Adeeb Jawad struck four goals to help Girlington seal a 5-1 victory over Palestino.

Shoaib Jawad was also on target, while Danny Williams replied for Palestino.

Dewsbury West Side eased to a 6-2 victory in their top of the first division clash against Norfolk as they opened up a four point advantage at the summit.

Atif Basharat and Faisal Hanif hit a brace apiece for West Side, with Jamie Sair and Arfan Ali also on target.

Ismail Loonat and Imran Farooq replied for Norfolk.

Amaan Hussain hit a brace and Waqar Bashir also scored as Savile Town edged out Inter Batley 3-2.

Ebrahim Akaluaya and an own goal accounted for Inter’s tally.

Mount Pleasant are fourth, with three wins and a draw from their opening four league games, after they thrashed Smoking Aces 7-0.

Mohammed Patel, Muhammad Omar and Mohammed Sadiq hit two goals apiece, with Saif Akbar also on target.

Hassan Khan bagged a hat-trick, while Faisal Khan, Usman Khan and Tahir also scored as Drummond defeated Howden Clough 6-5.

Reece Scholes (two), Dom Carr (two) and Simy Moore replied for Clough.