Sunday round-up: Brooker’s prize goals brace helps raise KKS Zubry’s cup hopes

Action from Richmond Hill v Station Whites. PIC: Steve Riding
Action from Richmond Hill v Station Whites. PIC: Steve Riding
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KKS Zubry comfortably beat Halfway House 4-1 to give them a chance of getting through the group stage of the Hope Cup, writes DAISY YOUNG.

Rob Brooker bagged a brace for the visitors alongside a goal each from Robert Hough and Ashley Dublin, with Marcus Liburd scoring Halfway Houses consolation goal. KKS Zubry are now joint second in Group B on three points alongside Chapeltown Fforde Grene. The other game in the Hope Cup saw Halfway FC narrowly beat Harehills 2-1 at Harehills Park after goals from Lee Longbottom and Scott Goodall sealed the win and meant that Halfway went top of Group D. Krystian Jaworski bagged the consolation goal for the home side.

In the Terry Pears Premier game, Station Whites beat Richmond Hill 4-1 to move up to second, whilst Richmond remain bottom of the league on four points.

Braces from Si Doughty and Paul Cuthbertson sealed all threee points, with Ashley Hubbard grabbing Richmond’s only goal.

In the Championship, Western Juniors thrashed bottom-of-the-table side New Farnley 6-2 after a supberb hat-trick from Danny Keenaghan, a brace from John Degnan and a goal from Aaron Spinks.

Matty Wheeldon and Mark Binns both scored a goal each for New Farnley.

This victory saw them close the gap on sixth-placed East Leeds Celtics to just one point.

However, New Farnley are rooted to the bottom of the league with no points so far this season. East Leeds Celtics earned their fourth draw in a row after a 2-2 result at home with third-placed Corpus Christi following a goal from Robert Goode and an unfortunate own goal.

Phil Jarvis and Liam Jordan bagged a goal each for the away side.

Seacroft’s game against West Leeds Wortley in the President’s Cup was abandoned.

Leeds Combination

PUDSEY LIBERAL CLUB have already completed their Jubilee Premier campaign after Sunday’s 9-1 hammering at fourth-placed Seacroft AFC.

Liam Robinson hit a hat-trick and Mark Hill a brace for the hosts whose Ryan Stainforth, Ryan Harwood, Ryan Robinson and Mikey Elliott also netted.

Pudsey end the season with 12 points and now sit fourth-bottom but third-bottom Leeds City Rovers closed in as Adam Bond’s treble inspired Sunday’s 5-1 win success at relegation rivals Queenswood Crusaders.

James Brown notched for second-bottom Queenswood but Bond’s treble plus goals from Simon Holliday and Baha Tashani completed a nap hand for Rovers.

Halton Moor moved third as they were awarded a home walkover against bottom-club visitors Belle Isle WMC.

Premier leaders Barwick suffered their first league loss of the season as fourth-placed visitors JB Celtic triumphed 4-3.

Rob Yardley, Danny Firbank and Matty Dalton were among teh scorers for Celtic as Adam Barlow brace and Daniel Maw strike proved in vain for Bawrwick. Main Line Social are second on goal difference aftrer a 2-2 draw at third-bottom Daisy whose Liam Chadwick and Fidel Mholo struck.

Horsforth Fairweather are third on goal difference after obliging 4-2 at basement boys Orignal Oak whose Jon Hart was at the double. Two goals from Dave Scott plus one each from Dave Howarth and Craig Harrison gave Fairweather all three points.

Division One was lit up by a 12-goal thirller at Pendas Arms,who chinned Garforth Villa 7-5. Strikes from Danny Waite (pen) Adam Wood, Shaun Longdon, Jamie Taylor and Steven Phillips were in vain for the Villa as two-goal Jordan Riley, Aaron Durking, Paul Baker and Dave Turner were among the goal-getters for Pendas.

Engine moved second as an Az Myers goal sealed a 1-0 win at Commercial, while bottom two Farsley Twenty Tens and Waterintobeer shared a 1-1 draw with goals from Dale Emmerson and Andy Griffiths respectively.

New Pudsey obliged 3-2 at Swillington Welfare with a Patrick Sutton double and Jamie Nolan strike.

Division Two leaders South Leeds Independent had a 2-1 win at bottom club Horsforth Saints. Goals from Jamie Corrigan and Mark Mcinall outweighed Chris Blackwell’s.

Oulton Athletic eased their drop fears with a 3-1 success at second-bottom Khalsa United, acvhieved through a Tom Lee double and Richard Hallas strike. Raj Gataura struck for Khalsa. And Mikey O’Hanlon’s treble gave AFC Bramley a 3-2 verdict at home to Old Ball.