LEEDS City Rovers’ lead at the top of the Jubilee Premier became ever more slender after suffering a shock 1-0 home defeat to sixth-placed Main Line Social. A Paul McMullen strike for the away side was enough to see Main Line take the points.
Elsewhere, a brace from James Thorp and another from Rob Wilson helped Horsforth Fairweather claim a point in their effort to beat the drop as they held mid-table JB Celtic to a 3-3 draw away. Goals for Celtic came courtesy of a brace from Andy Cooper and a Luke Kitson strike.
HT Sports piled on the pressure on the top as they edged past second-bottom Seacroft WMC away from home. Strikes from Palfrey and Irwin cancelled out Glenn Wood’s finish for Seacroft.
Jubilee Premier action concluded with a 2-2 draw between Hope Inn Whites and Chapeltown Fforde Grene. Chapeltown scorers Foggerty and Morton ensured they stay two points behind their opponents in fourth.
In the Premier, a brace from Dan Marcinkowsku and a goal from Bartoz Wisniewski confirmed a 3-2 away win at mid-table Chapeltown Fforde Grene Reserves for Harehills WMC. Harehills remain bottom but the win will help their survival chances.
Elsewhere, Kirkstall Crusaders maintained second spot with a 7-1 rout against East Leeds Celtic. Whitam and Wilcock, among the scorers for Crusaders.
Colton gained a 4-0 victory at home to fifth-placed Hunslet Parnaby. A Ben Clark brace along with efforts from O’Brien and Dyer ensured a comfortable outing for Colton.
Meanwhile, a brace from Scott and a Foster finish were not enough to prevent Swillington Welfare going down 4-3 away at second-bottom Garforth Sports and Social, and a Richard Jackson hat-trick helped Kippax Sundays to a 5-2 win, maintaining their lead at the top as they overcame West Leeds Wortley, who stay ninth.
In Division One, East Leeds strolled to a 12-1 win against rock-bottom Beechwood Sundays, Simon Daughty and Terry Palmer with hat-tricks. Pendas Arms maintained their lead at the top as Turner, Chrysantthou, Tempest and Riley settled a 4-3 scoreline against Hare & Hounds.
Elsewhere, Commercial HQ stay eighth after succumbing to a 3-0 home defeat to second placed Chapel Allerton, Freeman (2) and Martyn on the score sheet.
Second-bottom Oulton Athletic held third-placed New Pudsey to a 3-3 draw.
A brace from either side courtesy of Richardson and Thornton ensured the points were shared.
In Division Two, South Seacroft extended their lead at the top with an 8-1 thrashing to mid-table Halfway. West Leeds Armley maintained second spot as a Tate hat-trick helped them to a 9-2 win over ninth-placed Pudsey Athletic.
And a Whiteley strike edged a 1-0 win for FC Horsforth Saints over Sporting Pudsey.
Division 3A saw East End Park WMC edge past Amaranth Athletic thanks to a Cowlam hat-trick. Wortley Knights obliged 4-2 at Halfway House Bramley.
New Moorside comfortably saw off Original Oak 6-0, and the points were shared in the 2-2 draw between Old Hall Town and West Leeds Farnley. Finally, Republica Internationale beat AFC Travellers 2-1 at home.
In Division 3B, Bramley Villagers took the points after a 2-1 win at FC Retailers. Northern Star obliged 2-0 against Black Lion.
Three goals apiece saw West Leeds Bramley and Woodcock cancel each other out, and Temple succumbed to a 3-1 defeat away at Western Juniors.