Harworth Colliery regain top spot in Central Midlands League

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Blake Freeman was Harworth Colliery's hat trick hero as they regained top spot in the Central Midlands League North Division on goal difference.

Freeman struck twice in the first half to give his side a 2-0 interval lead against defending champions Bilsthorpe.

A brace of red cards after the break effectively killed off any comeback hopes Bilsthorpe might have entertained and Harworth scored again through Freeman, Kenzie Tomlinson and Greg Archer.

Askern’s 5-3 midweek win at Newark Town looked to have taken its toll as they lost 5-1 at Ollerton Town.

Hayden Tomlinson looked to have thrown Askern a lifeline when making it 2-1 but Town scored another three without reply.

Brodsworth Welfare maintained their recent run of form with a 4-1 derby win at Thorne Colliery (Nathan Johnson).

Brad Sykes scored twice for Welfare as they picked up their fifth win in their last six games with Brad Heaps and Rod Pursehouse also chipping in.

Harworth Colliery slumped to a 5-1 Reserve Division defeat against Mickleover RBL

n Bridon crashed out of the Dawson & Burgess Doncaster & District FA Cup when going down 5-0 at home to Houghton Main.

A Callum Stockton hat trick helped Sutton Rovers to a 7-1 Doncaster Rovers Senior League Urban Bar Premier Division Cup win at Armthorpe Markham Main in midweek.

Main bounced back to claim their first league win (3-0) at Brodsworth Welfare on Saturday – Stephen Bell, Ashley McNeil and Matty Wilshaw sharing out the goals.

Sutton Rovers had to settle for a 1-1 draw at South Elmsall United Services (Mark Lynch).

Goals by Darren Fierdor and Pawel Korabiusz secured Askern a 2-0 Division One win over Hemsworth Elite.

Adam Butler's hat trick helped Yorkshire Main beat Balby Recreational 6-1.

Leaders Denaby United Academy beat Doncaster Deaf Trust 4-3.