SUNDAY LEAGUE FOOTY: Doncaster Alliance League round-up

Premier Division leaders Bentley Top Club made up for lost time in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League's Ernie Prince Memorial KO Cup.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 21st January 2016, 5:00 am
Doncaster Alliance League round-up
Doncaster Alliance League round-up

Raheem Walker notched a hat trick for the visitors as they beat Third Division Athleticio Fairway 8-3 in their delayed second round tie.

Jose Walker hit a double and Jimbob Hodgson, Mike Bunn and Micky Attard also hit the target.

Bullcroft Sports & Pastimes climbed into third place in the Premier Division despite being held to a 3-3 draw at home to lowly FC Glasshouse.

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Bottom club Wheatley Hotel shared ten goals with fellow strugglers Carpenters Arms, for whom Dan White notched a hat trick and James Mitchell and Craig Frobisher also netted.

FC Rossington Welfare moved three points clear at the top of the Championship after routing fourth-placed FC Dunscroft 12-0.

Daniel Green led the way with a hat trick and there were doubles for both James Bytheway and Ryan Brewster. Josh Morris, Josh Skill, Jordan Whittle, Andy Galloway and Ben Brewster also chipped in.

Third-placed C&R Sports Bar cemented third spot with a 6-2 win over visiting Bay Horse & Bar.

Niall Horstead claimed four of the goals with Iain Lowe and Adam Francis also netting.

Ryecroft Rovers took over top spot in Division One after beating Rhino’s United 5-2.

Third-placed The Railway ended up on the right track after beating Scawthorpe United (Michael Ashworth) 4-1.

Division Two leaders Leopard beat Eden Arms (Kelvin Slesser-Marrriott, Matthew Flanagan, Scott Dixon) 4-3.

Lokomotiv Danum remain well adrift at the foot of the table after visiting Bentley West End S&S beat them 4-1.

Loaded Sports, for whom Tristran Taylor (2) and Chris Stevenson netted, beat Sesku Miners Community 3-1 in the only Division Three game to survive.

Wheatley Club lost interest in the Sheffield & Hallamshire FA Junior Cup when going down 4-1 at home to Bagshawe Arms in their quarter-final tie.

n Harworth Colliery dumped fellow Central Midlands League North Division rivals Askern out of the Dawson & Burgess Doncaster & District FA Cup when romping to a 6-1 win.