Cooke bags hat-trick in Town’s Premier win

Jonny Mitchell bagged a brace in Mirfield Towns 6-4 victory over Mount Pleasant in the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division.

Jonny Mitchell bagged a brace in Mirfield Towns 6-4 victory over Mount Pleasant in the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division.

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Mirfield Town recorded their second successive win in the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division, defeating Mount Pleasant 6-4.

St John Fisher by three points, with the top two the only top flight sides who boast 100 per cent records.

Josh Cooke led the way with a hat-trick, Jonathan Mitchell hit a brace and Chris Meeson also struck for Town.

Mount replied through an Abdullah Mayat brace and a strike from Adam Rawat.

St John Fisher maintained their perfect start to the season after Rob Bordman hit five goals in an 8-1 demolition of AFC Chickenley.

Dominic Riordan, Noel Whittaker and Dominic Simpson bagged the others.

Chickenley replied through Shaun McDaid and remain pointless.

Paddy Sykes fired a hat-trick as Navigation moved up to third place with an 8-3 win at Birstall Cricket Club.

Paul Smith (brace), Oliver Fisher and two own goals accounted for Navigation’s other goals, with Jay Elliot (two) and Reece Scholes replying for Birstall.

The teams imported from the defunct Huddersfield League continue to lead the way in the Championship as Linthwaite hammered Battyeford 14-0.

Stephen Wilkinson led the way with a hat-trick, there were braces from Rhys Wharam, Tom White and Josh Shields with Levi Maturin, Iwan Heeley, Paul Day, Connor Beaumont and Bradley Riley also finding the net.

Slip Inn Hounds lie second after Sam Ansell (two), Curtis Israel, Daniel Stocker, Chris Cornelly and an own goal saw them win 6-2 against St John Fisher Reserves.

Clifton Rangers climbed to fourth place after winning 5-3 at Hanging Heaton Cricket Club, who scored through a Dave Hall penalty , Joe Jagger and Thomas Ramsden.

The Yorkshireman lie in fifth place following a 6-3 victory at Town Rangers thanks to two goals apiece from Daniel Cooke and Chris Valentine, with Martin Wood also on target.

Old Bank WMC secured a third straight win and are three points clear at the top of Division One.

Old Bank’s latest success was a 6-1 win against Birstall St Patrick’s, which came thanks to four goals from Robert Evans plus strikes from Tom Frizzell and Elliott Walker.

Roberttown Rovers suffered their first defeat of the season but remain in second place despite going down 3-2 against FC Liversedge.

Ashley Marsh and Reiss Brooke netted for Roberttown but Liversedge claimed the points through a brace from Luke Lachhar plus one from Jamie Fawcett.

Deighton WMC won 4-1 at Ravenswharfe thanks to goals from Dale Brooke, Kadean Fogaarthy, Liam Ghana and an own goal, with Danny Craven replying for Ravenswharfe.

Clifton Rangers Reserves won 4-0 against St Ignatius thanks to a brace from Aaron Sykes, plus goals from Will Sudden and Scott Morris.

Patrick Davies and Saul Lee both hit doubles as Saville Arms recorded their first win of the season with a 7-2 victory at Scholes Athletic. Alex Shaw, Lewis Tolson and Jordan Walton bagged the others, with Scholes replying through Jonny Irving and Mick Edson.

Division Two has been hit by the sudden withdrawal of Battyeford Reserves so the whole fixture list has had to be rewritten.

Wire Works lead the way with three straight wins, their latest a 7-1 success against Wike Horse thanks to goals from Danny Johnson, Steven Massey, Jordan Greig, Matthew Massey, Tommy Kaye, Craig Smith and Liam McManus.

Liam Downey hit the consolation for Wike Horse, which is the first goal Wire Works have conceded this season.

Westgate 23 and Clifton Rangers A fought out a 6-6 draw.

Ashley Johnson (brace), Alex Bottomley, Daniel Leahy, Joel Ashwell and Andrew Wojchiewski all scored for Westgate 23 but it wasn’t enough to secure all three points.

Goalkeeper and manager Dave Ward rescued a dramatic draw for newcomers Dewsbury United against Snowdown.

Irfan Ali (two) and Waqar Bashir put Snowdon in control but Dewsbury United hit back through Ryan Laidlaw and Connor Wilson before Ward’s last minute equaliser earned a share of the spoils and they preserve their unbeaten record.

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