Heavy Woollen: Hat-trick hero Scholes makes a splash for Oakwell

Chris Goodair of Hanging Heaton heads clear against Clifton.
Chris Goodair of Hanging Heaton heads clear against Clifton.
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Only three games survived the wet weather in last weekend’s Heavy Woollen Sunday League programme with the league one of the worst hit around Leeds.

On a Sunday front, only the Harrogate-based Claro League was worst effected with one 
just one game played in that sphere.

In the Heavy Woollen Premier Division, Oakwell Motel earned three vital points in their relegation fight with a 7-2 win at AFC Chickenley.

Reece Scholes led the way with a hat-trick for Oakwell who also had Jonny Beverley, Jack Anderson, Jamie Sands and Gary Riley on target.

Shaun Doran and Michael Chadwick replied for Chickenley, who drop into the bottom two.

In Division One, Tom Ramsden fired a hat-trick as Hanging Heaton Cricket Club climbed to second spot with a 6-2 win over Clifton Rangers Reserves.

James Keen, Chris Goodair and Jamie Baulk bagged the others for the Cricketers.

Rose of York moved up to second place in Division Two thanks to an 8-1 win at Six Lane Ends.

Matthew Bolton hit a hat-trick and Jordan Brook a brace, added to by strikes from Andrew Asquith, Ashley Wells and Reece Brook.

There are three games scheduled to take place in the top flight this weekend with third-placed Mirfield Town travelling to basement boys Overthorpe Sports Club. Birkenshaw host Millbridge WMC with Woodman Batley Carr at home to Oakwell Motel.