Yorkshire Amateur: Stanningley rock hosts Old Mods in extra time

Action from Alwoodley v Farsley Celtic Juniors.
Action from Alwoodley v Farsley Celtic Juniors.
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Stanningley Old Boys required extra time to reach the final of the Yorkshire Old Boys Shield after a 5-2 win at Old Modernians.

Wasim Khan opened the scoring for Modernians before Ryan Sharratt levelled matters.

Xav Baines restored Modernians lead but Gary Allen ensured the game went in to extra time. It was then that Ryan Alexander scored twice and Sharratt bagged his second as Stanningley secured their spot in the final.

Farsley Celtic Juniors continue to lead the Premier Division after a 3-1 win at Alwoodley. Graham Shaw, John Mallinson and Luke Gordon were on target for the visitors. Andy Cooper netted for Alwoodley.

Huddersfield Amateur ensured the title race continues to the very end with a 4-3 win at fourth-place Grangefield. Ritchie Banks bagged a brace and Andy Kenyon was also on target for the hosts. Goals from Chris Dennison, Sam Halstead, Chris Binks and an own goal gave Huddersfield the win.

Wigton Moore enjoyed a comfortable 8-1 home win against bottom place FC Headingley. Danny Lyons and Leroy Watson scored three each, with Tim Nixon and Josh Walker also on target. Ealandians were held at home to a 2-2 draw by Leeds Medics and Dentists. Glyn Haley scored twice for the hosts, with Alex Monk and Brad Chambers on target for the Medics.

Farnley Sports remain top in the Championship after a 4-2 win at home over Leeds Medics and Dentists Reserves. Barrie Darnby netted twice, with Ash Crooks and Adam Butterworth also on target for Farnley.

Will Hardcastle was on target as Calverley United were 1-0 winner against a visiting Morley Town AFC. Fifth-Place Old Batelians were 2-1 winners at Beeston St Anthony’s. Graham Stockdale and Lloyd Moyce netted for the visitors. Tom Overend was on target for Beeston.

Curtis Cunningham gave visiting Thornesians a 1-0 lead at Stanningley Old Boys Reserves, but a goal to Matt Gerragthy ensured the teams shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Grangefield Old Boys Reserves are in to the final of the Hancock Cup after a 1-0 win over a visiting Huddersfield Amateur Reserves. Niall Coleman netted the only goal of the game. Old Collegians Reserves were 6-4 winners at home against Colton Athletic Reserves in the Supplementary Cup. Steve Grange, Louis Wrafter and Scott Kirkbright each bagged a brace to ensure the win.

Collingham Juniors Old Boys won the top of the table clash in Division One with a 2-0 win at Alwoodley Reserves. James Rowland bagged both goals for the visitors.

Leeds Independent were 4-0 winners at home against Sandal Wanderers. Dale Howland scored two, with Gav Hercules and Matt Waring also on target. Ryan Brough scored the only goal as third-place St Nicholas were 1-0 winners at seventh-place Almondburians.

Nathanial Dobson scored twice as bottom side St Bedes were 4-1 winners at home against Gildersome Spurs Old Boys.

Nathan Bailey and Collis Robinson also netted, with Greg Skelton on target for Spurs. It is getting interesting at the bottom of the table with twelfth place Leeds Medics and Dentists 3rds winning 3-1 against visiting Garforth Rangers.

Paul Hodgson bagged a brace, with Matt Sudderick grabbing the third.