Leeds Sunday League: Hill downed as Fforde strike rich goals seam

End Park goalkeeper Perry Newton punches clear under pressure from Kystian Jaworski of Harehills WMC.
End Park goalkeeper Perry Newton punches clear under pressure from Kystian Jaworski of Harehills WMC.
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Chapeltown Fforde Grene jumped to the top of the Terry Pears Premier Division table and in some style as they came away from a visit to Richmond Hill with a massive 14-0 victory.

Leading the scorers was Jerrome Matthews, who netted six times.

David Allanson continued his good scoring form with another four goals.

The rest of the goals were shared around with Kenan Bailey, Kane Clarke, Matthew Harding and Leon Ruddock all netting once as they backed up last week’s 4-0 home win over the same opposition in remarkable fashion.

Elsewhere, East End Park WMC dropped to second in the table as they went down to their first defeat of the campaign when visiting near neighbours Harehills WMC.

Bradley Proctor and Kieran Milnes netted in the first half to give the hosts a solid half-time lead to defend in the second period.

However, the visitors hit back to level at 2-2 with goals from Sean Kelleher and Hayden Bowler, but further Harehills goals from Krystian Jaworski and a second for Procter left the home side with the three points.

RXA Red Star and SB United finished level at 3-3 when they met at Soldiers Field Roundhay.

The Red Star goals coming from Tesfa Walton with two and Mike Grainger.

Netting for SB as they gained their first point of the season were Luke Jones, Liam Jones and Matthew Buckley

The Championship Division leaders West Leeds Wortley came away from a visit to Halfway House Bramley with a narrow 3-2 victory to extend their lead at the top.

Mark Ferguson (2) And Liam Copland got the all important goals for the winners.

The Halfway reply came from Kurtis Heyes and Joe Penman.

Craig Mullanay followed up his four-goal haul from last week with another four to give West Leeds Armley a 5-3 win over Woodcock.

James Seal was the other Wortley scorer with Lee Robinson scoring twice and Luke Cook netting for the Woodcock who have now gone two games without a win.

Western Juniors entertained Bramley Villager but the game had to be moved to East End Park as a result of some visitors to the usual Western pitch at Osmondthorpe Rec leaving it in an unplayable condition. And it was the visitors who gained their first victory of the season as they ran out 4-2 winners.

They shared the goals around with Luke Kernechan, Lev Macsay, Mo Ishaq and Jack Rawnsley all scoring.

The Western reply came from Mik Brown and Andrew Fryer, but it wasn’t enough as they slipped to their fourth successive defeat.

Ben Jones, left of Old Centralians and Matthew Martin of Swillington challenge.

Slideshow: Swillington v Old Centralians