Leeds Combination League: Oak cut down to size by Barwick

Action from Seacroft AFC v JB Celtic.
Action from Seacroft AFC v JB Celtic.
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BARWICK continued their free-scoring ways as a 10-1 blitz of visiting Original Oak made it 22 goals in two games.

Seven days on from a 12-0 romp at Manston Wanderers, Daniel Maw’s four-timer led this Sunday’s goal-glut which put Barwick one point clear at the top of Division One.

Shaun Mallory and Leon Walker added a braces for the dominant hosts whose Curtis Ryan and Paul Lavery added a goal each.

Lee Gormley consoled the visitors who remain bottom.

Main Line Social moved second with a 4-1 triumph at third-bottom Colton.

Bradley Francis-White was at the double for the visitors whose Shane Thompson and John Darke added a goal each.

Horsforth Fairweather elevated themselves to third with a 2-1 mastering of fourth-bottom visitors Daisy.

A goal each from Liam McHale and Dave Scott saw them to victory and elevation above Manston Wanderers who were not in action and now sit fourth but with games in hand.

Pudsey Juniors Old Boys moved fifth with a 5-2 verdict at second-bottom Waggon Athletic for whom goals from Danny Walker and Ricky White were in vain.

A Dave Thornton double supported by one strike each from Chris Mason, Mark Foley and Keelan Milner brought up the Pudsey nap hand.

JB Celtic who now sit sixth in the Premier were on Sanford Cup duty but suffered a 10-1 walloping at Jubilee Premier outfit Seacroft AFC in the second round.

Ben Waller’s strike proved a mere Celtic consolation.

Only two games took place in the Jubilee Premier with Chapeltown Fforde Grene moving four points clear through a 5-1 win at basement boys Leeds City Rovers.

Dom Blair shone with a Fforde hat-trick with Fernando Moke and Dempsey Smith adding a goal each.

Dom Locke was the solitary Rovers scorer.

Queenswood Crusaders moved fifth with a 6-0 battering of third-placed Pudsey Liberal Club who amazing have only for league games remaining.

James Burgess slammed in four for Queenswood whose Danny

Redfearn weighed in with a brace.

Pudsey have now played ten of their 16 scheduled league games and could have technically speaking fulfilled their league programme by the end of the year with four Sundays remaining in 2014.

Four games were played in Division One on Sunday with Whitkirk Wanderers now top of the pile following a 5-1 success at sixth-placed Commercial.

Gav Johnstone was on target for the hosts but two goals from Kingsley Wetherald plus one each from Ash Hoddel, Oliver Murtagh and Jordan Booth saw Whitkirk leapfrog Seacroft who were not in action and New Pudsey who came a cropper 6-1 at relegation-battling Garforth Villa.

Villa jumped from tenth to ninth with a strike each from

Ben Hopkins, Johnny Booker, Jack Witcher, Matty Powell, Michael Hick and an own goal.

Jamie Nolan netted for New Pudsey who drop to third.

Pendas Arms also boosted their survival bid with a 5-3 win at seventh-placed Swillington Welfare that puts Pendas eighth and three points clear of the bottom two,

A Dave Turner hat-trick proved inspirational for the visitors whose Paul Baker and Andy Mannion added a goal each.

Bottom club Waterintobeer went close to bagging their first league win of the season but second-bottom visitors

Farsley Twenty Tens ultimately outshone them 5-4 to move five points ahead of them.

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