Heavy Woollen: Bordman in twice to cut Woodman down to size

Rob Bordman shoots for St John Fisher OB at Woodman Batley Carr. PIC: Steve Riding
Rob Bordman shoots for St John Fisher OB at Woodman Batley Carr. PIC: Steve Riding
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THE Prolific Rob Bordman was at the double as Premier Division leaders and champions leaders St John Fisher made it six wins out if six with a 5-1 triumph at Woodman Batley Carr.

Fisher’s double was supported by a goal each from Dominic Simpson, Matthew Bugg and Rob Hiscox.

Woodkirk Valley remain second after James Tesseyman (two), Lee Firth, Will Clapham and Simon Poole all scored in a 5-2 win over lowly Oakwell Motel, who replied through James Ledbetter and Troy Bradshaw. Third place Mirfield Town had Michael Rounding, Jonathan Mitchell, Kieran Corley, Niall Wood and Gibril Bojang to thank after they won 5-0 at Mount Pleasant. Luke Sherman fired a hat-trick as Millbridge WMC won 4-0 at AFC Chickenley, Oliver Fisher nabbing the other.

In the Championship Navigation are four points clear at the top after Lamin Bojang, Gareth Saville and Rowan Evans all netted in a 3-1 win at Deighton WMC, who replied through Rob Pearson. Heckmondwike Sports Club are second after goals from Robin Knight (two) and Shane Hughes saw them win 3-0 at mid-table Hartshead. Clifton Rangers won 6-1 against Ravenswharfe to climb to third place. Duane Fascione netted for Ravenswharfe, who remain bottom. St John Fisher Reserves and Town Rangers shared the points in an entertaining 3-3 draw. Rob Mallender (brace) and Dominic Riordan scored for Fisher, with Rangers replying through Richard Boustead, Joe Willis and James Hutchinson.

The Yorkshireman remain top of Division One after they edged out Battyeford in a 3-2 win. Joel Franklyn, Devon Johnson and Liam Oldroyd netted for the leaders with Joe Green hitting both of Battyeford’s replies. Tom Ramsden hit five goals as Hanging Heaton Cricket Club won 8-0 against Batley Celtics. James Keen (two) and Tom Secker bagged the others as the Cricketers remain in second place.

Scholes Athletic climbed to fifth place after they demolished Punch Bowl 11-1. James Crines led the way with a hat-trick, Dean Commins and Jonny Irvine both bagged doubles, with Mick Hutton, Adam Cheshire, Gareth Jones and Matthew Cheshire completing the tally.

With Division Two leaders Old Bank WMC not in action, Batley Irish Nash closed the gap at the top to three points after they won 9-1 against Clifton Rangers A. Elliott Williams and Joe Lyttle both struck hat-tricks for Nash, who also had Joe Allott, Tom Yarnold and Ben McCann on target. Field Head Are up to third after goals from Richard Taylor, Ian Brown and Dan Wright saw them win 3-2 at Snowdon, who replied through Javed Patel and Shakeel Pandor. Matthew Bolton fired a hat-trick as Rose of York won 5-1 at Saville Arms. Nathan McDaid hit a brace for Rose, with Jermaine Davies replying for Saville. Six Lane Ends won 6-1 at Shire thanks to an Alex Wilson hat-trick, plus strikes from Corey Schofield, Brandon Yates and Lucas Barraclough. Steven Evans replied for bottom side Shire.