Rob Bordman hit a superb nine goals as St John Fisher Reserves hammered Deighton WMC 12-2 to move sixth in the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Championship.
Yet Fisher still didn’t top the day’s scoring charts with Division Two leaders Old Bank WMC dishing out a 21-1 bashing to bottom of the league Shire in which Josh Cooke hit eight.
Bordman’s treble of trebles deserves centre stage, though, with his amazing haul supplemented by goals from George Green, Tom Riordan and Scott Molloy. Deighton replied through Kadean Fogarthy and Brian Bradshaw but stay third bottom and now only three points clear of second-bottom Birstall St Patricks.
Birstall enjoyed a rare win, sealing a narrow 6-5 victory at fourth-bottom Marsh thanks to a hat-trick from Jean-Marie Julienne, plus goals from Adam Swinden, Alex Arnold and Sam Tyrell. Marsh replied through a Marc Harrison brace, plus efforts from Marcus Newby, Liam Roe and Tyron Sagar.
Mirfield Town climbed to second place in the Premier Division with a 7-3 win over bottom side Overthorpe Sports Club. Reece Patterson and Jack Allerton fired Overthrow into a 2-0 lead after just 10 minutes, but four goals from Jonny Mitchell, a brace from Adam Brown plus a Michael Rounding strike saw Mirfield pull clear.
Allerton hit a late penalty for Overthorpe in a result that puts Mirfield two points behind leaders St John Fisher whose game was postponed.
In the only other Premier Division match to survive, Woodman Batley Carr climbed to fourth place with a 7-1 win over lowly Oakwell Motel, who had Dominic Carr on target.
Hanging Heaton Cricket Club lie two points clear in Division One after Scott Lightowler bagged four goals in a 5-3 win over Scholes Athletic, with Sam Hetherington claiming the other. Scholes replied through a Craig Wood double, plus one from Wayne Leonard.
Previous leaders The Yorkshireman lost 4-0 at home to Clifton Rangers Reserves. Battyeford are in third place after Tim Hudson, with two, Jamie Brannan, Joe Green and David Sheard all scored in a 5-0 win over bottom side St Ignatius.
Batley Celtics climbed out of the drop zone after Brad Jackson hit four goals and Rafal Siudak bagged a brace in a 6-0 win over FC Liversedge.
And in the only game to survive in Division Two, leaders Old Bank WMC moved six points clear with their remarkable 21-1 win over bottom side Shire.
Cooke bagged eight and Robert Evans five, while William Evans, Tim Bruce and Stephen Brown all fired doubles. Jason Evans and James Nichols completed the rout with Mark Mallinson hitting the Shire consolation.