Fairway go level at the top with Bridge

Athletico Fairway moved level on points with Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Division Three leaders Real Bridge after beating Loaded Sports 3-2.

Wednesday, 30th March 2016, 10:00 am
Updated Saturday, 2nd April 2016, 4:24 am

Windmill kept their hopes of avoiding the wooden spoon alive with a 3-3 draw away to fellow strugglers Balby Rovers. Dan Dignan, Gareth Stent and Aiden Downing shared out the Windmill goals.

Bechers Brook romped to a 6-2 win at Pit Club. Robert Farrow hit a double for the visitors with Michael Farrow and Jonathan Bailey also chipping in. Mark Bowman scored both Pit Club consolation goals.

Three Horseshoes held on to top spot in Division Two after beating Armthorpe Village to 4-0 in their penultimate game.

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Second-placed Palfreys Lodge, remain two points behind with two games in hand, following their 5-2 win at Eden Arms.

Third-placed Team 23, the third team in title contention, received a walkover against Highwayman, who folded recently. White Hart (Askern) won 1-0 at FC Parklands.

Division One leaders Ryecroft Rovers, who cannot be pipped for the title, crashed to a 6-1 defeat by fourth-placed Balby Athletic, whose win kept alive their outside hope of bagging the runners-up spot.

Third-placed Railway, who have played four games more, maintained their eight-point gap when beating lowly Balby Academy of Sport 3-0.

Parklands Spartans won by the same score at Rossington Legion courtesy of a Lee Isaac hat-trick.

Wheatsheaf (Doncaster), for whom Stuart Brookes netted, shared the spoils from a 1-1 draw with Bessacarr in the only Championship game of the day.

Canal Tavern remain four points clear of the field at the top of the Premier Division after winning 3-1 at Carpenters Arms.

Second-placed Bentley Top Club, the only side still left in the title race, beat visiting Stainforth 2-0 thanks to goals by Jesper Hodgson and Mac Attard.

Bullcoft Sports & Social exchanged places with third-placed Rossington Club after beating their top-four rivals by the odd goal in nine.