Leeds Combination: Maude’s treble proves decisive for East Leeds

Action from Khalsa United v Seacroft FC in the Luty Cup.
Action from Khalsa United v Seacroft FC in the Luty Cup.
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DIVISION Two leaders East Leeds AFC were taken to extra time by lower league WIBS before edging a 4-3 success in LUTY Cup second round.

An Oliver Maude treble proved the difference as Easts eventually squeezed past their opponents who are fifth in the division below. Ben Maude was also on target for the hosts with gallant WIBS sent out despite strikes from Chris Davenport and Ozzy Elamin plus a 40-yard Jamie Curry screamer.

Among the bottom tier sides through are Royal Park Leeds who enjoyed a 2-1 win at higher league Horsforth Saints. Matt Whiteley was on target for the hosts who sit bottom of Division Two but goals from Lawrence Contreras and Mikey Sherwin ensured progression for Park.

Division Three leaders Kippax Band Club had no answers against Division Two high-flyers Chapel Allerton who triumphed 5-2. Mark Freeman and Daniel Whincup both netted doubles for the visitors whose Chris Curran also struck in the face of a Tom Micklethwaite effort for the hosts.

New Unicorn who sit second in Division Three were taken out by Division Two visitors Leodis United who obliged 5-1. Carl Hadgrave and Jordan Mudd both notched braces with Ashley Latto also netting.

Old Ball enjoyed a 3-2 win at fellow Division Three outfit Oulton Athletic. A Paul Geddes hat-trick proved the difference for Old Ball despite strikes from Steve Richardson and Paul Vaughan for the hosts.

Wortley Brick won another all Division Three tie at home to AFC Travellers 3-1. Two goals from Josh Greig and one from James Baldwin provided the foundation for Brick with Chris Hunter the scorer for the visitors.

Amaranth Twenty 13 ace Danny Blackburn enjoyed an afternoon to remember with a four-goal in his side’s 4-0 triumph at fellow bottom tier outfit Dalesman Hotel. Steve Gautry was also on the scoresheet.

And Division One basement boys Farsley Twenty Tens received a welcome tonic with a 4-0 success at bottom tier side FC West Leeds Guiseley. Strikes from Sam Brown, Andrew Lund and Robert Fenton put Twenty Tens through.

Division Three strugglers Bedford Arms Wakefield were outclassed by Division Two visitors FC Bramley who romped through 9-0. Damion O’Hanlon and Nathan Dunn both bagged hat-tricks, supported by strikes from Lewis Mawson and Mikey O’Hanlon plus an own goal.

Division One leaders Seacroft eased to a 7-1 victory at Division Two strugglers Khalsa United. Baz Edwards and Liam Gales both netted doubles for Seacroft supported by a goal each from Nicky Winterburn, Ste Cooper and Gary Crossley.

And Whitkirk Wanderers saw off fellow Division One highflyers Engine 6-1. Whitkirk roared to a home victory thanks to four goals from Kingsley Wetherauld plus one each from Oliver Mallinson and Oliver Murtagh.

New Pudsey overcame fellow Division One visitors Swillington Welfare 3-0. Ashley Forber’s hat-trick proved the difference.

In another all Division One encounter, New Parnaby were defeated 5-3 by visiting Garforth Vila. Danny Waite and Adam Gunby bagged doubles for Villa whose Johnathon Booker also struck. A Kyle Swithenbank brace and Jamie Davies strike was not enough for the hosts. Division One strugglers Pendas Arms progressed with a 5-2 success at Division Two relegation battlers Acorn (Bramley). Joshua Simpson bagged a double for the hosts but a Jordan Riley brace plus goals from Paul Baker, Dave Turner and Graham Bingley brought up the Pendas nap hand.

The clash between Division One hosts Waterintobeer and Division Two outfit South Leeds Independents was postponed.

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