Yorkshire Amateur League: Alwoodley book place in Trophy final

Farnley Sports' hat-trick hero Adam Butterfield challenges Shire goalkeeper Matt Strangwood.
Farnley Sports' hat-trick hero Adam Butterfield challenges Shire goalkeeper Matt Strangwood.
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Luke Willis and Graham Shaw scored a goal each as Alwoodley held off a strong challenge from visiting Leeds Medics and Dentists to win 2-1 and secure their spot in the Terry Marflitt Trophy Final.

Alex Monk netted for the Medics but Alwoodley were dogged in defence and will now face either Ealandians or Grangefield in the title decider.

League leaders Huddersfield Amateur remain top of the Premier Division after a 4-0 win at FC Headingley. Sam Halstead scored a hat-trick with Chris Binks adding the fourth.

Farsley Celtic Juniors kept pace with the leaders after a 1-0 win at Grangefield Old Boys. Luke Gordon scored.

Ealandians romped to a 4-1 win at home against Rothwell. Wayne Crossley scored two goals for the home side with Jacob Driver and Sam Dawtrey also netting. Charlie Scott was on target for Rothwell.

Trinity and Saints Old Boys remain in seventh after losing 2-1 at home against Stanningley Old Boys. Stevie Travers opened the scoring for Trinity, but two goals to Joe Ward ensured the points for Stanningley. Farnley Sports now have a six point gap at the top of the Championship after a 5-1 win at Shire Academics. A double to Adam Butterworth, and a goal each to Andy Punter, Barrie Danby and Danny Sharp securing the points. Sam Lee scored for Shire.

Luke Playford netted twice as Rodillian were 3-2 winners at Old Modernians. Charlie Holt also netted for the home side, whilst Dave Cowie and Mikey O’Raw scored for Modernians.

Stanningley OB Res won 3-2 at home against Morley Town AFC. Craig Harris, Rob Nicholson and Luke Harrop all netted for the fourth-placed side. Marc Healey scored for Morley.

Old Batelians were held at home to 1-1 draw by Leeds Medics and Dentists Reserves. Tom Overend netted for Batelians with Medics equalising before the half time break.

Beeston Old Boys returned from their trip to Thornesians with a 3-2 win. Ryan Dawson netted twice for the visitors with Ashley Knowles adding the extra. Rob Stephenson and Chris Wildie were on target for Thornesians. Beeston St Anthony’s are up to ninth after a 3-1 win over their hosts, and bottom place Calverley United. Tom Walker, Graham Stockdale and Kyle Boardman netted for the visitors. Gary Trewitt was on target for Calverley. St Nicholas are up to sixth in Division One after a 7-2 win at home over Gildersome Spurs Old Boys. Ryan Brough and Baha Tashani scored two each, with Josh Monk, Gavin Johnson and Roy Frazer also on target. Jason Hardcastle and Mark Suffield netted for Gildersome.

Brendan Mullen scored the only goals as ninth-place Old Centralians won 1-0 at home against second-place Collingham Juniors Old Boys. Leeds Medics and Dentists Thirds won 4-3 at St Bedes in an enthralling bottom-of-the-table clash. Matt Reid, Charlie Izard, Alex Feben and Paul Hodgson were on target for the Medics. Dave Scott scored two and Andrew Scullion the third for Bedes. Grangefield Old Boys Reserves were 4-3 victors at Garforth Rangers. Dan Cuff, Sam Russell, Darren Dodsworth and Tom Carlisle were all on target for Grangefield.

Tom Hart scored a hat-trick as Sandal Wanderers cruised to a 6-1 win at home against Colton Athletic. Karl Abbott scored two and Matty Jenkins one to secure the points.