Rovers League: Five-star Rossington keep Askern Miners at arm's length

Premier Division leaders Rossington Main Reserves can’t stop scoring.

Thursday, 15th April 2021, 9:29 am
Armthorpe Welfare Development lost to Dearne & District. Photo: Steve Pennock

They bagged nine last week upon the resumption of the Doncaster Rovers Saturday League and beat Bessacarr Development 5-0 at the weekend.

Ben Clark (2), Zack King, Ryan Evans and Thomas Stalton found the net for Main.

Askern Miners are another side scoring plenty of goals and remain on the heels of Rossington after their 7-3 victory over ISG Doncaster.

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Alex Irwin struck a hat trick for Miners with Sam Corner, Owen Hall, Michael Attard and Chris Hancock also on target, while Adam Sieradzki, Daniel Miszkeil and Jakub Giec replied for ISG.

Askern lie seven points adrift of Rossington in second spot but do have three games in hand.

Denaby United moved up to fourth place following a 3-0 win over Epworth Town Colts Blues with goals from Dean Lucas, Rhys Brailey and Callum Black.

Dearne & District won 2-1 at Armthorpe Welfare Development thanks to goals from Jake Ford and Joe Dungworth. Rory Millar was on the scoresheet for Armthorpe.

Runaway Division One leaders Maltby Juniors won 4-2 at Epworth Town Colts Development.

Devon Stead, Jack Truman, Ryan Smyth and Ricky Tate were on target as Maltby made it 15 wins from 15 games. They lead the division by 13 points.

Second-placed AFC Bentley Development beat third-placed Sprotbrough Country Club 1-0 courtesy of a 60th minute Danny Halliday penalty.

Askern Miners Development won 1-0 against Tickhill Juniors with Bailey May on target, while Doncaster Town earned themselves a 3-1 win at Adwick Park Foresters,

South Park Rangers were comprehensive 6-0 winners at home to Doncaster Eagles with goals from Eric Ferdinand (2), Casey Barker, Gav Higgins, Matty Cooper and Sam Sykes.

St Josephs Worksop thrashed Dearne & District Development 9-0. Taylor Thackery hit four with further goals from Jadon Thackery (2), Ryan Hurcombe, Finn Sweetnam and Daniel Scott.

St Josephs currently lie sixth in the table but have eight games in hand on some teams.

Armthorpe Rovers moved off the bottom with a 2-0 win at GCT A Doncaster. Joel Sparrow and Aaron Foreshaw got the goals.