St John Fisher in pole position as Littletown slip up in Premier

ST John Fisher took a huge step towards the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division title after they beat Thirsty Man and their nearest rivals Littletown lost.

Rob Bordman (brace), Dominic Riordan, Noel Whittaker and Anthony Doran scored for Fisher in a 5-0 win to increase their lead to three points. Littletown lost ground after Wayne Flannery, Lee Brook, Connor Spencer and Tristan Cost all netted in Thornhill Lees’ 4-0 victory.

Littletown still have a game in hand over Fisher, but have a vastly inferior goal difference. The two sides meet this Sunday at Beck Lane.

West End enjoyed a 7-3 win over Navigation thanks to a hat-trick from Joel Clegg, a brace from Gibril Bojang, plus strikes from Paul Smith and Jordan Fox.

Kieran Corley, Lewis Collinson and Bobby Campbell replied for Navigation.

Woodman Batley Carr are five points clear at the top of the Championship after Greg Snowdon, Wayne Newsome, Andrew Pickles, Luke Newsome and Neil Pickles all found the net in a 5-1 win over Birstall St Patricks (Darren McDonald).

Birkenshaw lie second, with two games in hand, after they beat Howden Clough 4-0 thanks to goals from Paul Smith (two), Michael Smith and Lee Brook.

Adam Brown hit both goals for Mirfield Town as they beat Oakwell Motel 2-0, a result that sees Mirfield climb to third place.

Scholes Athletic earned three vital points in their relegation scrap as they won 6-1 at bottom side New Scarborough.

Craig Wood and Mick Edson both hit doubles for Scholes, who also had Tom Hoyle and Adam Cheshire on target.

Ryan Hill hit the consolation for New Scarborough, who are already consigned to the drop.