Leeds Combination League: Impressive HT Sports setting the early pace

Action from Waggon v Manston Wanderers (TJ100513b). PIC: Tony Johnson
Action from Waggon v Manston Wanderers (TJ100513b). PIC: Tony Johnson
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OUTSTANDING HT SPORTS are the early leaders of the Jubilee Premier after a 7-0 rout at Queenswood Crusaders.

They picked up their second successive win from their opening two games in impressive style.

Hosts Queenswood were helpless as Sports strode forward relentlessly to blast them away.

Chris Howarth scored twice and there was further goals from Rob Boardman, Mick Mills, Graeme Sides, Joe Jagger and Sam Hewitt.

Seacroft AFC (Sunday) also rattled off seven goals as they opened their campaign with a 7-1 thrashing of Rothwell Town (Sunday).

Ryan Robinson’s brace led the way for the irrepressible home side who also netted via Glenroy Hilton, Mark Hill, Liam Robinson, Ryan Harwood and Lydon Watson

Dan Sherrife scored a hat-trick for unbeaten Chapeltown Fforde Grene but it was still not enough for victory at Halton Moor.

Their hosts proved difficult opponents and battled to a 4-4 draw.

Kaydon Fishley scored Grene’s other goal while Alex Wilson (2), Eric Seed and Glen Wood netted for Moor.

The division’s other fixture also saw the points shared as Belle Isle WMC drew 2-2 with Pudsey Liberal Club. Ben Able’s brace wasn’t enough for Isle given Rick Simpson and Jack Kitson scored for the visitors.

In-form JB Celtic are in front – just – at the top of the Premier Division.

They eased to a 5-0 win at Pudsey juniors OB courtesy of goals from Luke Kitson (2), Danny Dalton (2) and Steve Wells.

That leaves them two from two but impressive Manston Wanderers have the same record following a 4-1 victory at Waggon Athletic.

Danny Leafe’s brace aligned to Steve Pugh and Lee Drury goals did the damage, Ricky White scoring the hosts’ only effort.

Celtic after a superior goal difference by just one, though, to take top spot.

Danny Heyhurst fired a double to get Daisy their first success of the campaign.

Tom Woolams and Daniel Sanderson were also on target as they proved too good for winless Original Oak in an emphatic 4-0 scoreline.

Barwick Sunday also got their opening victory as Stpehens, Mallorney and Hendrickson profited in a 3-0 triumph at Colton who, like Pudsey Juniors OB and Original Oak, remain without a point.

Prolific Lee McKenzie bagged four goals as Whitkirk Wanderers Sunday stayed top of Division One.

Pendas Arms could not contain the striker as he ran riot in a 5-2 rampage, Kingsley Wetherald getting the other effort for the visitors.

However, Jordan Webb matched his feat as he fired all of Commercial’s goals in a 4-0 rout of New Pudsey.

They, too, have won both opening games to show their promise as potential champions in 2014-15.

Steve Cooper went one better, though, as the on-fire Seacroft marksman netted five goals in their 6-2 success at Garforth Villa.

Daniel Thorpe was also in on the action with Danny Waite grabbing a brace in defeat for the hosts.

Jamie Davies’ treble was the centrepiece of New Parnaby’s first win of the campaign, a 6-3 victory over Farsley Twenty Tens. Chris Storey, Kyle Swithenbank and Robin Williams also contributed.

Dave Emmerson (2) and Alex Guy were on target for the lsoing side.

Az Myers and Anthony Wilson got the goals as Engine defeated Swillington Welfare 2-0.

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