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District League Report 18th September

Holmbridge went top of division 1 after a 2-1 away win over Slaithwaite United. Tom Dyson scored for the home team whilst Jack Heap and Charlie Allen scored for the visitors. Newsome lie in second place after a narrow 2-1 win over Skelmanthorpe. Josh Tyrell and Kyle Walton scored for Newsome and Tom Clarke scored for Skelmanthorpe. Goals from Luke Gibson (two), Thomas Oakes (two) and Gavin Armitage for Berry Brow ended Linthwaite Athletics’ unbeaten record winning 5-2. Linthwaites’ goals came from Connor Beaumont and Zach Nash. Nathan Eastwood (two) and Thomas Maher scored for Heywood Irish Centre in their 3-3 draw with Fothergill and Whittles. Gerard Forde struck twice for Diggle in their 2-2 draw away at Shelley whose scorers were Chris Parker and Reece Dickinson.
Dalton Dynamos stay top of division 2 with a hard fought 3-2 win at Netherton whose scorers were Alex Vickerman and Alfie Brown. Lepton romped to a 6-1 win away at Marsh United with goals from Danny Conway (two) and a brace each for Ricardo and Antonio Ianzito. Britannia Sports stay in second place with a 4-1 home win over Huddersfield LH. Shyar Khalaf, Daniel Walker, Jake Waterson and Alex Pearson scored for Britannia with a consolation goal for the away team from Joe Fitzpatrick. Holme Valley Academicals ended their winless run by beating Almondbury Woolpack 5-4 in a topsy turvy game. Goals for the Academicals came from Chris Lokey (three), Corey Lankovits and Jonathan Dow. Woolpacks’ goals were scored by Dan Bradley and three by the prolific Courtney Allert. A Ben Hallitt goal was not enough as Kirkheaton lost 3-1 at home to AFC Lindley whose goals came from Nick Walsh (two) and Jonny Crowther.
Goals from Paul Pyke, Romell Simpson and a hattrick from Dante Newell saw Deighton stay top of division 3 in a 5-1 win over Meltham whose goal was scored by Jack Cornwall. Brook Motors travelled to Marsden Cuckoos and romped away with the points in a 9-0 win. Hattricks coming from Dylan Brett and Ashley Hyde and further goals from Kyle Silkstone, Ryan Fisher and Phil Rigby.
In division 4 Brighouse Athletic made the long journey over to Saddleworth United who were too strong on the day winning 3-1. Jack Longman (two) and William Webster scoring for Saddleworth whilst Ben Whiteley scored the consolation for Brighouse. Mount were rewarded for their long trip to Thorpe Giants with a 3-2 win with goals from Dwayne Dunstan and two from Jay Wells. AFC Volunteers stay top with a hard fought 4-3 win over Holmfirth Town with goals from Ryan Matthews, Anthony Wadsworth, Josh Miller and Sam Mellor.
In the reserve section Heywood Irish Centre are top of division 1 with an emphatic 5-0 win away at Diggle with goals from Carlton Balmer (four) and Luke Stead. Dalton Dynamos won 6-1 at home to Netherton whilst Fothergill and Whittles won 4-1 at home to Newsome. Linthwaite moved up to second place with a 4-2 win over Berry Brow. Goals for Linthwaite came from Chris Blakely (two), Oliver Ashmore and Alistair Snowden with Jack O’Connor and Lee Wharam scoring for the Brow. A brace from Jimmy Meadows was not enough for Britannia as they lost 5-2 at Scholes. Scholes’ goals coming from Sam Buck, Bailey Bedford, Josh Fowler and two from Sam Thompson.
A goal from Danny Nicholson sent Marsh United top of division 2 in a narrow 1-0 win at neighbours AFC Lindley. Scissett travelled to Meltham and won 4-3 with goals from Tom Raine, Tom Ryalls, Lewis Palk and Timothy Smeaton. Louis Polat and Connor Lockwood-Jackson (two) scored for Meltham. Goals from Gareth Myers, Gary Parr and two from Will Reeves saw Holmbridge beat Brook Motors 4-2. Scholes A beat Britannia A 8-2 whilst Kirkburton beat Almondbury Woolpack 8-1. Cumberworth overwhelmed by Holme Valley Academicals 12-0 with goals from Kane Bowker (four), James Earnshaw (three), Elliott Stevenson (two), David Dunn, Luke Sykes and Luke Seatan.
Berry Brow A missed out on top spot in division 3 when they were held to a 1-1 draw at Skelmanthorpe. Richard Hinchliffe scoring for Shat and Raymond Chingombe scoring for the Brow. Super-sub, Joel Pusie hit a second half hattrick as Deighton A beat Hade Edge 7-0. A goal from Jacob Stevens and a brace each for Adam Wain and Mika Evenson was enough as Grange Moor Saints beat Mount 5-2. Mounts’ goals came from Richard Coates and Kai Stannard. Slaithwaite United travelled to Cumberworth and came away with the points in a 4-1 win with goals from Bradley Howe, Josh Moore, Josh Roberts and Dominik Moorhouse, Oliver Duffell scoring for Cumberworth. In the Holme Valley derby between Wooldale Wanderers and Cartworth Moor goals from Jacob Rowbottom (two), Nathan Folan (two) and Ryan Brooksbank (two) saw the points go back up the valley in a 6-4 win. Wooldales’ goal came from Eli Bell (three) and Robert Heywood.
Shepley went top of division 4 just edging a high scoring game against Fothergill and Whittles 7-5. Ben Usher, Andrew Sylvester, Harry Brook (two) and Freddie Larder (three) scoring for Shepley. Dalton Dynamos A are second beating Berry Brow B 3-2. Steven Chambers and Richard Humphrey scored as Scissett Development beat Kirkheaton 2-0. Brook Motors Development with goals from Richard Denton (two), Patrick Clarke-Spears (two) and Ben Fowler beat Hade Edge A 5-1, Ben Odlin scoring for the Edge.
In the Sheffield & Hallamshire Junior Cup Shepley beat Cumberworth 4-1 whilst Kirkburton had an excellent 5-1 win away at FC Doncaster. Hade Edge lost 6-0 at home to a very strong Penistone Church Development whilst Wooldale Wanderers travelled to play Penistone Church Vets and won 3-2. Grange Moor Saints held Athersley Rec Vets to a 1-1 draw but lost 4-2 on penalties. Cartworth Moor were mistakenly drawn to play a very strong Denaby United and lost 14-1. Flockton lost 7-0 to ISC Doncaster.
In the Heavy Woollen FA Cup West End Park beat Dewsbury Rangers Old Boys 3-2 after extra time.

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