Doncaster Sunday Alliance League round-up: Atletico book spot in KO Cup third round

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Atletico Rec booked their place in the third round of the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League’s Ernie Prince Memorial Cup.

The Premier Division side scored the only two goals of the game in their delayed second round tie away at Championship leaders Team 23.

League One’s bottom club White Hart (Askern) also cleared the second round hurdle when beating Division Two visitors Windmill Wanderers 3-0.

Leaders The Railway lost 3-0 at third-placed Balby Bridge in the only Premier Division game played. Josh Gelder bagged a brace with Tom McLoughlin also chipping in.

AFC Schoolboy moved to within a point of Team 23 at the top of the Championship following their high-scoring 8-4 win over lowly Wheatsheaf (Doncaster). Adrian Rafaell and Tom Padgett shared the four consolation goals.

Third-placed Balby Athletic lost ground when being held to a 4-4 draw by hosts Armthorpe Village.

Carcroft Village climbed up to fourth on the back of a 2-1 win at Bessacarr.

Wheatley Club dropped a place to fifth after losing 4-2 at home to Rossington Styrrup.

Finningley Athletic remain rooted to the foot of the table after slumping to a 7-1 defeat at Rosehill Press.

Robert Lee led the way for the home side with a four-goal haul with Karl Rollinson (2) and Ryan Ambler completing the scoring.

Unbeaten Durban Rhino’s retained top spot in Division One after inflicting a 5-2 defeat on fourth-placed The Beverley Inn.

FC Cumberland kept the pressure on the leaders with a 3-2 win over The Salutation, whose goals were shared by Jack Waldron and Tom Connor.

They are now seven points clear of the chasing pack as the result of third-placed Bentley West End S&S losing 3-1 at Stag Inn Rovers.

Auckley beat hosts AFC Balby by the odd goal in five to move within two points of their mid-table rivals with two games in hand.

Real Bridge A beat fellow strugglers Woodfield by the odd goal in seven. Dunscroft Social posted a 5-3 win over visiting Windmill.

With leaders FC Ivanhoe having their game called off, Romarnsley regained top spot in Division Two thanks to a 4-1 win at bottom club Carcroft Village Social Club (Callum Whittaker).

Third-placed Common Road romped to an 8-2 win at New Cantley 2016, who had to settle for consolation goals by Josh Horsman and Jonathan Bailey.

All Saints beat second-bottom Balby Rovers 6-3 to claim their fifth win.