Yorkshire Amateur League: Five-star Ammers retain a healthy lead at top of table

Luke Burns and Garratt Cadden of Farnley Sports Res combine to stop Alistair Islip of Leeds City OB. PIC: Steve Riding
Luke Burns and Garratt Cadden of Farnley Sports Res combine to stop Alistair Islip of Leeds City OB. PIC: Steve Riding
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Huddersfield Amateur marched on at the top of the Premier Division as five different scorers netted in Saturday’s 5-1 win at home to Grangefield Old Boys, writes Ahmed Essof.

Sam Frankland scored two for Amateur, as Chris Binks, Callum Meade, Dave Wooffenden secured the points.

Farsley Celtic Juniors moved to second with a 4-0 win at Rothwell. Tom Ormondroyd scored twice with Alex Gyte and Andy Cooper were also on target.

Stanningley Old Boys were too good at home for Wigton Moor winning 3-1. Mark Wilson bagged a brace for the home side whose Jason Carr converted a penalty. Sol Osman scored for Wigton.

Alwoodley were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Trinity Old Boys. A Cori Henrickson strike for the home side was cancelled out by a goal to Johnny Brown.

Garforth Rangers completed a stunning comeback from 3-0 down at home to beat Leeds Medics and Dentists III 5-4 in Division One. Danny Foster scored twice for Rangers whose Alex Hill, Scott Hardin and Kean Varley scored a goal each. Fergus Machin bagged a brace for the Medics with Callum Craven and Dave Sullivan also on target.

Gildersome Spurs Old Boys were 6-3 winners away at Collingham Juniors OB. James Wilby, Jordan Bereton and Conor Firth each scored two goals for Spurs, whilst Richard Goulan bagged a brace and James Rowlands was also on target for Collingham.

Colton Athletic won 2-0 at home over Old Centralians. Chris Hick scored both goals for the home side.

Gav Hercules was in fine form scoring four goals as Leeds Independent won 6-1 at home against St Bedes. Dale Howland and Danny Bell were also on target for Independent, whilst Warwick French netted for St Bedes.

Huddersfield Amateur Reserves won 4-0 at home against Methley United in Division Two.

Ben Hallitt opened the scoring with Joe Simmons netting a second half hat-trick.

Wortley were 8-0 winners at Old Collegians. Gaz Martin scored a hat-trick, whilst Wade Rushfirth and Matthew Hurst scored two each. Ash Shillington also netted in the win.

Woodkirk Valley were 5-1 winners at home against St Bedes Reserves. Christy Woods scored three for the hosts whose Jacob Tabor and Dylan Bradley also netted. Thomas Ware scored for the visitors.

Leeds Medics and Dentists IV were 4-3 winners at home against Morley Town AFC Reserves. Brad Chambers scored twice for the Medics with Dave Emms and Eric Richardson also on target. Luke Holmes, Ben Dixon and Kyle Laycock scored for Morley.

Old Modernians Reserves won 4-0 at home against Heckmondwike GSOB in Division Three. Adebowale Omidiran scored a hat-trick and Michael Keeney picked up one.

Bainbridge produced a 4-1 win away at Farsley Celtic Juniors Reserves.

Akeel Hussain Khan scored twice for the visitors whose Razziq Ali and Naveed Khan were also on target. Louis Surtees netted for Farsley.

Ealandians Reserves were 4-1 winners at Woodhouse Moor Meths. Rob Gerrard bagged a brace for the visitors as Curtis Cochrane and Paulo Williams also found the back of the net. Steve Lindsay scored for Woodhouse.

Ash Oates scored twice as second-placed Churwell Lions drew 3-3 at seventh-placed Norristhorpe. Ash Brooks scored the third goal for the Lions, whilst Steve Alderson, Dan Gannon and Paul Peason netted for Norristhopre.