Wakefield League: Five-star duo leads Beechwood romp

Action from Wheatsheaf v Waterloo.
Action from Wheatsheaf v Waterloo.
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Macauley Milburn and Liam Gales both scored five goals each as Beechwood Gate were in ominous form at home with a 19-0 thumping of Prince of Wales in the Premier Division League Cup, writes AHMED ESSOF.

Jason Kitchen and Glenroy Hylton scored four goals each and Ollie Maude scored one as the table-toppers dominated from start to finish.

Elsewhere in the cup, Crofton Sports drew 3-3 at home with Snydale Athletic.

White Rose extended their lead at the top of the table to seven points with a dominant display at home in league action in Division Three with a 13-0 thrashing of Crofton Sports Reserves.

Neil Morris scored for Waterloo but it was not enough as they went down 2-1 at Wheatsheaf.

Second-place Ryhill were too strong at home for Henry Boons winning 4-1.

Swan Wakefield were 1-0 winners at home against ninth-place Overthorpe SC.

Horbury Athletic returned from their trip to Snydale Athletic Reserves with a 1-0 win leaving their hosts still without a point after nine games.

With only two points separating seventh-place Bramley Athletic and sixth-place Walton, it was always going to be a tight affair as they played out a 4-4 draw at Bramley in Premier Division league action.

Eight-place Old Bank WMC dented second-place Fieldhead Hospitals title charge with a strong home display to win 1-0.

In Division One league action, Ossett Two Brewers moved up to seventh-place with a 7-1 win at home against Ossett Dynamos.

Pontefract Sports and Social were 4-2 winners at home against fourth-place Crackenedge.

Stuart Bateson bagged a brace as New Wheel kept their three point gap at the top of the table with a 6-4 win at home against Nostell MW in Division Two.

Nathan Faint, Ben Baines, Sam Illingworth and Nathan Jones scored a goal each the net to complete the scoring.

Joe Clarke scored twice as bottom-place Red Lion Alverthorpe won 2-1 at home against Thornhill to pick up their first points of the season..

Normanton Woodhouse Hill moved up to fourth-place with a 3-2 home win against Altofts AFC Reserves.

Stanley United edged out a close encounter at home to beat Durkar 4-3.

There was one fixture in the Jim Callaghan Cup as Featherstone Colliery won at home against Altofts AFC 3-2 in their Round Two clash.

Dan Daly of Beeston St Anthony's.

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