JUNIOR FOOTBALL: Harriers fly to win at Barnburgh + SLIDESHOW
A NOAH Atkinson hat trick helped Finningley Harriers U14 cement their place at the top of Division Two with a 5-0 win at Barnburgh and Harlington.
Jamie Flint and Danny Rodgers completed the scoring for the high flying Harriers, who have yet to lose a game in the league so far this season.
Barnburgh and Harlington U14: James Hobbs, Max Gannon, Mason Robinson, Dean Goodwin, Robbie Willis, Tommy Lewis, Harry Ryall, Tom Waterhouse, Jamen Barton, Jonathan Guy, Owen Murten, Max Lucas, Stan Langford, Jack Kitchen.
Finningley Harriers U14: Aiden Holian, Jamie Flint, Craig Weir, Connor Garrett, Callum Thompson, Brad Shaw, Ben Cox, Danny Rodgers, Mert Guller, Jake Williamson, Brad Tolliday, Noah Atkinson.
Conyers were made to work for the win to stay in touching distance of the Harriers as they edged to a 4-3 win over Bawtry.
Keenan Bell bagged a brace with Declan Clark and Tyler Moreland also on target for the Conisbrough side.
Ryan Morris-Skelton struck twice for Bawtry with Max Woods adding the other goal.
Barnby Dun Colts beat Edlington White Stars 4-2 to join them on level points in third place.
Samuel Gratton landed a double with Ryan Wood also on target alongside an own goal while Michael Krol and Evan Rose hit back for Edlington.
Carcroft Village leapt above Mexborough Rangers in the standings with a 4-3 triumph.
A brace from Tommy Kerry plus strikes from Franklyn Evans and Bradley Clarkson secured the win for Carcroft.
Jordan McLean struck twice and Kyle Bond once in response.
Kaine Whitrod, Owen Smith and Josh Batty all bagged braces as Dunscroft Welfare swept to a 6-3 win over Mexborough Rovers to reach the third round of the League Cup.
Curtis Horbury, Theo Cliff and Keenan Bullcroft netted for Rovers in the highly-competitive cup clash.
Scawthorpe Scorpions produced a 3-2 win to edge past Armthorpe Rovers into the next round.
Carl Harden, Daniel Palmer and Bradley Roberts all netted for the Scorpions while Liam Straw and Lucas Slingsby hit back for Rovers.
A Matthew Hughes double helped Adwick Park Rangers to their first win of the season in the Premier Division, a 4-2 triumph over Tickhill.
Samuel Ryan and Jack Roberts doubled the tally for Rangers while Jacob Wildsmith and Adam Marsh replied for bottom side Tickhill.
Leaders Hyde Park Knights suffered their first defeat in the league as a Mitchell Fiddler brace helped Branton to a 3-0 win.
George Watkin completed the scoring for Branton.
Goals from Dean Scholey and Lewis Slack earned Town Moor Tigers a 2-1 win at Wheatley Wanderers.
Owen Hall grabbed the Wheatley consolation.
Division One promotion chasers Balby Academy of Sport were held to a 3-3 draw by Ordsall Rangers.
Adam Holbrey grabbed a hat trick for Balby while Macauley Redfearne hit back with a brace and Blaine Humphrey also netted.
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