Lees maintain lead at top of Premier
Thornhill Lees continue to lead the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division following a 7-0 victory over FC Pack Horse.
A brace each from James Wilson and Scott Hargreaves, plus further goals by Elliott Williams, Nicki Croisdale and Aidan Schofield sealed Lees win.
St John Fisher are four points behind the leaders with three games in hand after an 8-0 win over West End. Rob Hiscox and Lee McKeown led the way with hat-tricks, supported by a brace from Rob Bordman.
Towngate are third after Josh Cooke and Avron Noel netted in a 2-1 win at Woodman Batley Carr (Dominic Karimi).
Dewsbury Rangers are six points clear at the top f the Championship after Ben Mitchell (hat-trick), Matthew Bugg (two), Jordan Pugh, Bill Phethean and Michael Thompson netted in an 8-2 win over Oakwell Motel (Andy Gardner, Daniel Griffiths).
Overthorpe SC are second following a 4-0 win at Gomersal thanks to doubles from Andy Godding and Jason Milner.
Adam Brown, Tom Wilks and Robert Sowden scored as Mirfield Town kept the pressure up with a 3-0 win over Birstall St Patricks. Hartshead had a 5-1 victory at Carriers Arms thanks to braces from Steve Young and Tom Addy, plus one from Sean Addy.
Northorpe United lead Division Oneafter a 5-0 win over Hightown. Kyle Douglas and Chris Meesham hit two each, with Elliott Smith netting.
St John Fisher Reserves lie second after Johnny Ginnelly and Jake Gibson hit doubles in a 6-3 win over Ravenswharfe. Ian Hall and Khalid Shafi bagged the others. Craig Madden, Michael Smith and Lee Poskitt replied.
Danny Gannon and Bradley Maud scored for Rising Sun, but they lost 5-2 at fourth placed Barr Street.
Birkenshaw Reserves won 5-3 at St Ignatius thanks to Thembani Semanda, Chris Smith, Paul Smith, Phil Bell and an own goal.
Battyeford Reserves earned a 7-0 win over Batley Irish Nash as Johnny Mitchell ( four), Will Evans, Oliver McPherson and Tim Hudson scored.
White Horse are seven points clear in Division Two after a 5-1 win at Batley Celtics thanks to Darren Williams (two), Ashley Walker, Oliver Jones and an own goal. David Barlow replied for Celtics.
Mount Pleasant (Nadeem Seedat, Moosa Raja and Adam Rawat) beat Snowdon 3-1, while Overthorpe Reserves (Lee Kaye ) drew 1-1 with Punch Bowl (William Sharpe).
Black Horse beat Mirfield Town 6-2 thanks to Kieran Armitage (hat-trick), Jason Miller (two) and Mark Wigley. Waqar Bashir fired Mirfield’s consolation.