Simpson and Martin-Wyatt at the double for Garforth

Farsley Celtic boss Neil Parsley.
Farsley Celtic boss Neil Parsley.
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MARK SIMPSON and Curtly Martin-Wyatt were at the double for free-scoring Garforth Town, who moved up to fourth in the Toolstation NCEL Premier with a handsome 6-1 win at struggling Liversedge yesterday.

The Miners actually went behind at Clayborn when Kieran Corwey struck for Sedge, but that was as good as it got for the hosts.

Also on the mark for the visitors were Andy Hawksworth and Luke Mangham, who hit Garforth’s first and sixth goals respectively.

Elsewhere, lowly Thackley drew 1-1 at Pickering, with Ben Beckles’ strike for the Dennyfielders cancelling out James Bennett’s opener.

Albion Sports went down 6-3 at third-placed Handsworth Parramore.

In Division One, a fine attacking display saw Hemsworth move level on points with fourth-placed Hallam following a 6-1 blitzing of visiting Yorkshire Amateur.

Bill Law struck twice for Wayne Benn’s side, who led 4-1 at the break, with Jack Steers, Lee Swift, Jason Yates and Shane Kelsey also on the scoresheet.

Adam Shaw hit a second-half consolation for Ammers.

A last-minute strike from two-goal Lewis Naylor put paid to Glasshoughton’s hopes in a 2-1 loss at Dronfield Town.

Welfare had taken the lead on eight minutes through Josh Morley.

Sam Jerome and Alex Slack struck in AFC Emley’s 2-2 draw at Hallam, for whom Michael Blythen struck twice, while Knaresborough drew 0-0 with Penistone Church.

In the Evo-Stik Premier, Frickley Athletic slumped to their second straight loss over the Pennines in a 2-0 reverse at Ashton United. Adam Morning and Matt Chadwick netted for the ten-man hosts.

Rob O’Brien rescued a point with a 90th-minute leveller for Farsley Celtic in a 2-2 draw at Lancaster City in Division One North.

Kyle Harrison had given Celtic a first-half lead, only for goals from Joe Whittington and Billy Akrigg to put the Dolly Blues ahead at the interval.

After beating Harrogate Railway 2-1 at the weekend, Ossett Albion were brushed aside by visitors Warrington Town, who prevailed 3-0 at Dimple Wells through goals from Ciaran Kilheeney (2) and Scott Metcalfe.

Goole AFC went down 3-0 at home to Shaw Lane Aquaforce in Division One South.