Main Line Social suffered their first league defeat of the season at the hands of title rivals AFC Bramley, writes DAISY YOUNG.
A Mikey O’Hanlon hat-trick secured a 3-2 victory over the league leaders and put an end to their 100 per cent record.
Adam Fowler and Carl Feehan bagged Main Line’s consolation goals as they suffered a shock defeat in the Centre-Premier Division.
Third-placed Queenswood Crusaders beat New Parnaby 3-1 after goals from James Hochstrasser, Oliver Daley and Dan Sandoval. New Parnaby registered through Gary Driscoll.
South Leeds Independent Sunday registered only their second victory of the season as they beat bottom of the table Hare & Hounds 5-3.
Carl Robinson, Mikey Elliott, Mark Hill, Ryan Robinson, Oliver Maude and Scott Jones bagged the goals for the hosts.
Colton moved above their opponents JB Celtic into sixth after their 2-1 victory after goals from Richard Varley and Mikey O’Brien. Celtic’s consolation goal came through Richard Feltham.
The top-of-the-table clash between Swillington Welfare and New Pudsey saw Welfare come out 4-3 victors and leap ahead of the rivals into top spot in Division One. Welfare now have a two-point lead over New Pudsey and two games in hand after a brace from D Jackson and strikes from T Micklethwaite and A Gumby sealed the win. New Pudsey registered through Ashley Forber, Lee Poulter and Patrick Sutton. Garforth Sports Social closed the gap on New Pudsey after their emphatic 7-1 victory over Leodis United. Garforth’s strikes came through Gavin O’Loughlin, Dale Swatman, Lee Turner, Richard Wilson and braces from Nathan Turner and Ben Wood.
FC Broadway beat Original Oak by another huge scoreline to move up to seventh in the table. Matty Walker bagged a hat-trick, Jonathan Dockerty and Leon Daniel a brace, along with Luke Boyes strike to secure an 8-1 victory. Josh Richardson grabbed Oak’s consolation goal.
Richard Jackson’s four-goal haul helped Kippax Band Club on their way to recording a 6-1 victory over KKS Zubry, along with strikes from Aaron Gray and Calum McDonald.
Millshaw Park Rangers came out winners in a thrilling game against Sporting Pudsey that saw 10 goals, with the final score being 6-4. Aidan Philip scored a hat-trick for the hosts, along with two goals from Adam Jarrett and one from Thomas Snowden. Pudsey’s goals came from Jamie McCoughan ,Farris Emara, Stephen Kelsey and an own goal.
Goals from Ben Barstow and Sam Watson sealed a 2-0 victory for Bedford Arms over West Leeds.
Brick drew 2-2 with AFC Travellers, whose goals came from Kris Broughton, John Hutchinson.
Hope Inn Whites are through to the semi-final of the Sanford Cup after a convincing 7-2 victory over Badri.
The visitors goals came through: Shaun Mallory, Josh Mclean, Leigh Rooks, Charlie Stephens and Danny Maw along with a brace from Ste Mallory. Ryan Broagh bagged a consolation brace for Badri.
Seacroft WMC are also through to the semis after an emphatic 6-0 victory over Pudsey Liberal Club following strikes from Carl Robinson, Mikey Elliott, Mark Hill, Ryan Robinson, Oliver Maude and Scott Jones.
The third round of the Sanford Cup was also played out over the weekend which saw Leeds City Rovers beat Chapel Allerton 4-0 after strikes from Jordan Dimuka, Joe Clarke, Rippon Ali and an own goal.
Belle Isle WMC are also in the quarter-finals after their 2-1 victory over HT Sports.
Beechwood Sundays thrashed Corpus Christi 13-2 thanks to four-goal hauls from Craig McDonagh, Liam Gales and Barry Edwards, plus a Stephen Cooper strike. Liam Jordonscored for Christi’.
Bramley Town beat East Leeds 2-0 after strikes from Scott Barlow and Marc Wilson.
The scheduled fixtures between Royal Park Leeds and Barwick Stallions, and Waterintobeer and Commercial HQ were postponed.
Horsforth Saints remain top of the Leeds Combination Division Three after a 5-0 triumph over Republica Internationale, following goals from Blackwell, Pennington and Hall, along with a brace from Darbyshire.
Goals from John Clegg Dale Hague (2) and an own goal sealed a 4-1 victory for Halfway over Northern Star which keeps them fourth in the table.
Acorn (Bramley) beat West Leeds 4-3 away from home after a brace from Mickie Fletcher and strikes from Josh and Chris Simpson. Rick Woolin’s hat-trick was not enough as his side suffered back-to-back defeats.
Millshaw Park Rangers Reserves moved up to 11th after their 2-0 triumph over AFC Elford, thanks to goals from Jordan Smith and Wes Williams.
Moortown Albion beat Wortley Knights 2-1 to keep up the pressure on the leaders Horsforth.