Leeds Red Triangle League: Moor sow seeds for a five-trophy haul

Action from Halton Moor v Seacroft Green ('100377d). PIC: Steve Riding
Action from Halton Moor v Seacroft Green ('100377d). PIC: Steve Riding
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HALTON Moor maintained their quest for a magnificent quintuple trophy-winning campaign with Saturday’s 2-0 defeat of Seacroft Green in the YEN News Cup.

Eric Seed netted both goals for Halton Moor who have already bagged the Albert West Memorial Cup and the Metcalfe Sports Challenge Cup.

This Saturday sees Halton Moor take on FC Corpus Christi in the semi-final of the Rowland Road WMC Cup.

The thriving team are also well-poised to win the Leeds Red Triangle Hainsworth Premier crown as they sit second in the table but only one point behind leaders Hunslet Club And Parkside who have played three games more.

Bigger dangers are third-placed FC Corpus Christi who are just three points behind Halton moor but with a game in hand on them.

Only one game was played in the Hainsworth Premier on Saturday with Bramley Villagers consolidating their hold on fourth spot on the league ladder with a 4-3 triumph at third-bottom Seacroft AFC Reserves.

Victory for Bramley came after a defiant performance from 52-year-old Rob Edwards in goal.

At the other end, Bramley’s Lev Macsay, Dean Wood, John Brook and Ted Melling all netted one goal each.

Joe Gunby, Lyndon Robinson and Jordon Walker were the Seacroft marks men.

There are two games are scheduled to take place in the Hainsworth Premier this coming Saturday.

Current leaders Hunslet Club and Parkside welcome second-bottom Drighlington Malt Shovel.

Fifth-placed Seacroft Green also entertain fourth-placed Bramley Villagers.

Terry Marflitt Trophy first-round action between St Nicholas and Gildersome Spurs OB. PIC: Steve Riding

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