A MAGNIFICENT seven-goal haul from Renal Edwards helped Seacroft thrash visiting West Leeds Wortley 13-0 in the Leeds Sunday League Hope Cup.
His seven-goal haul was supported by a nap hand from Kieron Goodison along with Jamie Stead’s strike to see Seacroft move three points clear at the top of Group C.
Station Whites went top of Group A as they recorded a narrow 3-2 victory at Corpus Christi. Strikes from Terry Palmer, Ash Eddleston and Si Doughty sealed the win for the visitors despite Reece Callum netting both of Christi’s goals.
Halfway House Stanningley beat visiting Halfway FC 4-1 in the semi-final of the Barrass Cup. The game ended 1-1 at full-time but three goals from Stanningley in extra-time sealed the win.
Daniel Ajibona bagged a brace for the hosts whose Sabi Gill and Phil Allanson also netted, whilst Lee Longbottom struck for Halfway.
They will now face East End Park in the final after their recent defeat of Chapeltown Fforde Grene on penalties.
East End missed a chance to close the gap on Fforde at the top of the Terry Pears Premier as they lost 2-0 to visiting Harehills WMC. Goals from Krystian Jaworski and Ricky Smith sealed the three points.
The only game in the Championship ended in a 1-1 draw between hosts East Leeds Celtics and New Farnley. Robert Olde grabbed Celtic’s goal whilst Chris Ward struck for the visitors.
In the Leeds Sunday Alliance, Premier Division leaders Leeds YMCA bounced back from the previous week’s 5-2 defeat against Commercial HQ to thrash visiting Northern Star 6-1. Hat-tricks from Mark Beattie and Daniel Walker kept YMCA four points clear of second-placed Gascoigne FC who were 3-2 victors at home to third-placed Commercial HQ.
Halfway House Bramley have two games in hand on the teams above them and sit fourth and just one point off third-placed Commercial after their 7-2 victory over visiting Temple.
The host’s goals came through Jordan Heyes, James Penman, Joe Penman, Andy Field and James Normanton, with Kurtis Heyes also bagging a brace. Callum Gartland scored two goals on his Temple debut.
A further seven points back but with another game in hand are Torpedo Woodhall who secured a 4-3 away victory at Seacroft Colts Stallions. Two efforts from Luke Harrop along with an Andreas Matthews strike and an own goal sealed all the points for the visitors. Moortown Albion moved up to sixth after their comprehensive 6-3 verdict at second-bottom Elford.