Seven up for Carpenters

Hawthorn continue to set the pace at the top of League One after receiving a walkover at Adwick Park Rovers.

Second-placed Sportsman Inter-Stella lost 5-3 at Alverley Inn.

Stag Inn, with three games in hand of the top two, closed to within a point of Stella with a 4-1 win over three Horseshoes United.

Tumbler beat visiting Park Social by the odd goal in three.

Second-placed Edlington Top Club were held 2-2 draw at home to Rosehill Press, for whom John Corrie hit two.

Armthorpe Albion drew level on points with them after beating Brodsworth United 5-2. Ashley McNeill and Craig Wren hit two each with Daniel Pettit getting the other.

Glad Old Boys collected their second win of the season, 6-2 over fellow strugglers AFC Cusworth 6-2 through Dave Flowitt 4, James Shickells and Marvin Speight . Dean Bramhald and Frankie Smith replied.

Carpenters Arms recorded the biggest win of the day, a 7-0 win over Skellow Rangers. Sam Braun hit a hat-trick with Simon Robertshaw 2, Danny Dean and Andrew Welch also scoring.

HPK dropped to fifth after losing 1-0 at home to Wadworth Sports (Danny Boarom).

Grove Carvery won 5-1 at Armthorpe Village in Division Three.

Leaders Balby Academy of were held 3-3 draw by fourth-placed Maltings.

Leger Lions missed out on the chance to go top after going down 2-1 at third-placed South Kirkby Colliery, for whom Carl Wilson bagged a brace.

Brendan Jeffrey and Jonathan Steers secured Ingram Arms a 2-0 win at Hatfield Chace.

Horse & Groom Town posted a 3-0 win over White Hart Colts with goals by Nathan Blenkinsop, Reese Pegden and Henry Cox.

Division Four leaders Catholic Club trounced Balby Rovers 6-0 at home.

Yorkshire Grey (Adrian Hooper, Barry Erskine) continue to head the chasing pack after beating Bay Horse 2-1.

Third-placed Bessacarr, who have three games in hand of Grey, kept up the pressure with a 2-1 win over The Glasshouse.

Former leaders Hesley won 3-0 at Hatfield Woodhouse through Ryan Hickman 2, and Adam Webb.

Rossington United pipped Campsall 6-5.

Willaspoons chalked up their ninth win in 10 starts when beating M25 3-1. Paul Kostyszyn 2, and Alan Cuttle scored.

The Vault are three points behind in second place having played two more games, after Chris Chambers gave them a 1-0 win over Inter Debs.

Walton Wanderers dropped to fourth after going down 4-0 at home to Crown Hotel ( Gareth Davies 3, Peter Brown).

Robert Adcock also notched a hat-trick in Rossington Poacher’s 5-2 win over The Askern. Scott Jackson and Liam Hulson completed the scoring.

Second-bottom FC Ivanhoe picked up only their fourth point of the season in a 0-0 draw at home to Barnby Dun All Stars.

A Robert Shaw goal sentenced bottom club New Railway Tavern to an 11th defeat in 12 games at Balby Rec.