Leeds Combination League: Whites hoping to stay on the triumph trail

KKS Zubry scorers in a 5-2 win over Chapel Allerton, Andy Brown, Kwame Westerman, Aiden Lewis and Marcus Liburd (3).
KKS Zubry scorers in a 5-2 win over Chapel Allerton, Andy Brown, Kwame Westerman, Aiden Lewis and Marcus Liburd (3).
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HOPE Inn Whites continued their perfect start to the Jubilee Premier season as a 3-1 success at home to Seacroft WMC made it four wins from four games.

An Oliver Maude strike was in vain for the visitors as Whites stayed a point behind leaders Pudsey Liberal Club but with two games in hand.

Libs were 2-1 victors at Leeds City Rovers thanks top goals from Jack Kitson and Rick Simpson.

Belle Isle WMC lost ground as they fell to a 5-3 reverse at home to Halton Moor.

Daniel Leafe was at the double for Moor for whom Paulie Graham, Ash Westcarr and Roy Stammer added a goal each.

And champions Chapeltown Fforde Grene bagged their second league win of the season with a 2-1 triumph at Horsforth Fairweather.

Strikes from Suruwa Bojang and Cameron Lyn won the day for Fforde despite Craig Harrison netting for the hosts.

Main Line Social continued maintained their 100 percent record in the Premier Division with a 4-1 victory at JB Celtic, who themselves had previously won three out of three.

Chris Sowden bagged a brace for the leaders with Brad Francis-White and Adam Fowler adding a goal each to make it six wins out of six.

Second-placed Whitkirk Wanderers lost ground as they were held to a 2-2 draw at Badri.

Away goals from Kingsley Wetherald and Taylor Starkey were not enough for victory with Whitkirk now eight points behind Social and with one game in hand,

Queenswood Crusaders sit fourth after a 1-0 verdict at home to Colton in which James Hochstrasser struck the winner.

AFC Bramley moved fifth by blitzing visiting South Leeds Independent 8-1

Christopher Thornton’s strike proved only a consolation for the visitors.

New Pudsey are the new leaders of Division One after a 4-2 win at former top dogs Amaranth.

Ash Forbes notched a second-half treble for Pudsey, supported by a Lee Knowles strike.

Leodis United rose to second in the table with a 5-1 success at Original Oak, achieved through braces from John Sykes and Lee McKenzie plus a Jake Tate strike.

Swillington Welfare dropped to fourth after losing a 7-6 goal-fest at FC Broadway who were bagging their first win of the campaign

Luke Boyles bagged a brilliant nap hand for the hosts for whom Jack Downes added a brace. Oulton Athletic also enjoyed a successful away day as they obliged 3-2 at

Garforth Sports & Social.

Two goals from Rob Rogers plus a Michael Robinson effort gave the visitors all three points.

League round-up

Struggling Royal Park Leeds pulled off the biggest shock of Division Two, overcoming high-flying Waterintobeer 4-2 away from home, writes Oliver Roby.

After losing their last three games, Royals travelled to Potternewton as underdogs as the hosts looked to extend their perfect start to the season.

But the visitors produced a stunning performance to pick up their second win of the season, inflicting the former league leaders’ first defeat of the campaign in the process.

Ten-man Beechwood Sundays are the new leaders after taking full advantage of the shock result, turning over Isaac Denny’s early goal to win 3-1 against Millshaw Park Rangers at home on the back of a brace from Barry Edwards alongside Nat Welsh’s first-half effort.

Elsewhere, Corpus Christi won 2-1 at Bramley Town thanks to goals from Karl Dixon and Philip Jarvis, as Brick beat Commercial HQ by the same score, while Scott Donachie scored for East Leeds in their 1-1 draw at Sporting Pudsey.

FC West Leeds Reserves won 5-1 at Elford in Division Three to pick up their first win of the season, while Thomas March and Gary Crossley both scored twice in Barwick Stallions’ 5-0 win against Northern Star.

Republica Internationale ended a three-game losing streak with a 4-2 win at Millshaw Park Rangers Reserves, while Moortown Albion won 5-4 at home to Acorn thanks to goals from Ben Schofield, Liam Fenteman and Owen French alongside a brace for Phil Gomersal.

Finally, 2-2 was the result between Yorkshire Black Rose and Halfway, while a rare 0-0 draw proved to be the outcome of Wortley Knights’ trip to Temple.