Yorkshire Amateur - Ramsden scores all Littletown’s goals in 4-2 win over Wortley

Hitman Thomas Ramsden netted all the goals in Littletown’s 4-2 Supreme win over Wortley.

Wednesday, 19th May 2021, 5:24 am
Matthew Jackson, of Gildersome Spurs OB, is first to the ball during Saturday's Yorkshire Amateur Premier defeat to visiting Nostell MW. Picture: Steve Riding.

Jake Dalley and Ryan Sharrocks struck in reply for the third-placed visitors who are four points clear of Littletown in fourth, but Saturday’s victors have two games in hand in which to make up and perhaps surpass the current shortfall.

Stanley United are still not firing on all cylinders but managed to eke out a goalless draw with higher-placed Ryburn United.

Leaders Horsforth St Margaret’s were held to 1-1 up to half-time by 10th-placed Leeds Medics & Dentists but a solitary second-half strike was enough to shift the balance of power.

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Joe Bedford, of Gildersome, during Saturday's Premier encounter with Nostell MW. Picture: Steve Riding.

Indeed, Laurie Power and sub’ Jamal Stewart were the scorers.

Goals from Fabio D’Introno (2) and Anilsio Pereira secured a notable 3-3 draw for second-bottom Drighlington at mid-table Leeds City FC.

Second-placed Farsley Celtic Juniors closed the gap on leaders Horsforth with a big-hitting 6-1 home win over Calverley United, and Toller turned the tables on higher-placed hosts, Alwoodley, 4-2.

Resurgent Nostell MW celebrated their top-five status in the Premier standings with a 3-0 win at Gildersome Spurs OB courtesy of goals from Amir Berchil and Matthew Owens (2).

Tommy Hartley hit a hat-trick and Jordan Chippendale chipped in with a brace as mid-table Morley Town saw off fourth-placed St Bedes AFC, 5-3. Jermaine Moyce and sub’ Sukhjivan Aujla (2) netted for Saints.

Bottom club Stanningley OB came away from their encounter with second-placed Mount St Marys with goal for Jake Clifford and a red card for sub’ Kurtis Heyes. It finished 6-1. Elsewhere, White Rose beat hosts Collegians 4-2, and Ealandians out-gunned visiting Shire Academics, 5-2.

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