halfway house tasted cup success as they clinched the Barrass Cup on Sunday following a narrow 3-2 victory over East End Park.
A double from John Allanson helped Halfway towards victory over their fellow Premier Division opponents. Daniel Ajibona also struck for the away side as they strode to victory.
Seacroft are through to the final of the Hope Cup after they beat East Leeds Celtics 5-2 thanks to a Keiran Goodison hat-trick alongside Jimmy Stevenson and Renal Edwards strikes. Gavin Frost and Kendal Hardisty grabbed Celtics consolation goals.
The only game in the Premier Division saw Harehills finished their season on a high with a 3-2 victory over Station Whites.
A Krystian Jaworski double and Karl Young’s strike helped give the hosts their sixth win of the season. Paul Cuthbertson and Si Doughty scored Stations’ consolation goals.
Badri closed the gap on Championship league leaders Seacroft AFC to just one point after their 2-1 record over West Leeds Wortley.
The title could go to either side with three games of the season remaining, with one of the games being a potential title-deciding clash with Seacroft. Tom Tobin and Andy Brewitt scored Badri’s goals, whilst Robert Carr bagged Wortley’s consolation goal.
Third-placed Corpus Christi were held to a 1-1 draw with fourth-placed Bramley Villagers. Liam Jordan netted the host sides goal and Oliver Carter struck for Bramley.
In the Sunday Alliance Premier Division, Seacroft Colts thrashed Elford 9-2 thanks to a hat-trick from Adam McGowan, doubles from Stephen Cooper and Craig Walker and individual strikes by Ben Smith and Liam Gales.
Halfway House Bramley can still catch leaders Leeds YMCA after they recorded a 3-0 victory over Republica Internationale. Halfway have a game in hand over YMCA but sit five points behind them in the table.
Goals from Joe Penman, Dion Robinson and Craig Mullaney sealed all three points for the hosts over a Republica side who sit ninth.
YMCA beat fellow title challengers Gascoigne 4-3 to keep their push to be Champions moving onwards and upwards. Elsewhere, Commercial HQ drew 2-2 at home with Seacroft Colt Stallions to remain in fourth place.
In mid-week Stallions beat bottom of the table Temple 4-0 and these two results in quick succession has helped them move up to seventh.
Moortown Albion thrashed Northern Star 4-0 to close the gap on fifth-placed Torpedo Woodhall to just three points.