Leeds Combination - Ferguson on the mark for freescoring Main Line Social

Mark Ferguson netted a hat-trick as Main Line Social hit visiting Bardsey for six on the Jubilee Premier’s resumption.
Ashley Anderson runs through to score for Little London against Bramley Lions. Picture: Steve Riding.Ashley Anderson runs through to score for Little London against Bramley Lions. Picture: Steve Riding.
Ashley Anderson runs through to score for Little London against Bramley Lions. Picture: Steve Riding.

Joseph Hudson, Josh Maskill and Callum Woodhouse were also on the mark in the 6-2 win for Main Line with Jordan Deacey and Jordan Neal on target for the visitors.

Second-placed HT Sports are four points clear of Social after their 4-1 success at Colton, the fourth-placed team.

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HT are level on points with leaders Kirkstall Crusaders but sit second owing to their slightly inferior goals difference.

Kieran Deighan shoots wide for Little London against Bramley Lions. Picture: Steve Riding.Kieran Deighan shoots wide for Little London against Bramley Lions. Picture: Steve Riding.
Kieran Deighan shoots wide for Little London against Bramley Lions. Picture: Steve Riding.

For their part, Crusaders boosted their goals tally with a 7-3 victory at basement club, Seacroft WMC who didn’t let the leaders have everything their own way and were still very much in the hunt at two apiece on the turnaround.

Matters at the top could take an intersting turn this coming Sunday when the pacesetters lock horns.

HT Sports host Kirkstall Crusaders with Bardsey Sunday travelling to third-bottom Kippax Sundays, Main Line Social entertaining Colton and third-bottom Whitkirk Wanderers Sunday at home to Seacroft WMC.

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In Division 1, Wykebeck Arms opened up a massive 14-point gap with Sunday’s 4-0 victory at second-placed Oulton Athletic First.

Cameron Lyn passes for  Little London during the home encounter with Bramley Lions. Picture: Steve Riding.Cameron Lyn passes for  Little London during the home encounter with Bramley Lions. Picture: Steve Riding.
Cameron Lyn passes for Little London during the home encounter with Bramley Lions. Picture: Steve Riding.

Sheepscar are third, a point behind Oulton, after their 7-2 win over fourth-placed Garden Gate.

Sunday is scheduled for a comprehensive five-match showdown

Hunslet Club Sundays First take on the seemingly unstoppable Wykebeck Arms, Swillington Welfare First travel to New Armley, Original Oak First entertain Garden Gate and Sheepscar are at home to New Inn New Inn.

In Division 2, East Leeds Celtic took the opportunity to replace non-playing Scholes at the top of the tree with a 3-0 win at Western Juniors. James Banner gave Celtic a two-goal cushion at half-time and Luke Rudd make the result safe in the 88th minute.

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Churwell joined the other two top-four teams on 16 points with a 7-0 victory at basement side Republica Internationale.

George Bowles bagged a hat-trick with other goals coming courtesy of Ben Bedford, Lewis Fox, Steven Greenwood and substitute Cameron Alexander.

Sixth-placed Pudsey Bojangles, meanwhile, beat the side sitting above them, Harehills WMC, 5-0 after leading just 1-0 at half-time. Robert Nicholson, Liam Harrison, Brodhi Wilkinson, Elden Harrison-Bennett and substitute Shane Collins scored the goals. Scheduled fixtures for Sunday include Beck & Call at home to Western Juniors OB, Halfway House on home turf against Churwell, East Leeds Celtic making the trip to Pudsey Bojangles, Republica Internationale entertaining FC Scholes, and Harehills travelling to West Yorkshire Falcons.

In Division 3, third-placed Little London remain the only team with a 100 per cent record in the group following a convincing 4-1 victory over second-placed Bramley Lions. Ashley Anderson, Scott Jones and Cameron Lyn (2) netted for London with Levente Macsay the solitary Lions scorer.

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Elsewhere, second-bottom Swarcliffe out-gunned cellar dwellers Farnley Rangers 4-0, Bramley Amateurs went down 3-1 at home to Crown & Anchorand Ahtletico Bramley were hit for six without reply by visiting Headingley Rovers Firsts.

This coming Sunday, AFC Daisy, Leeds Hyde Park, Leeds Alpha and Northern Star First are all scheduled to be back in action.

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