Alliance League: Parker steals the plaudits as AFC Royal hit ten goals

Adi Parker claimed five of the goals as AFC Royal climbed into second place in the Premier Division after romping to a 10-0 win over Barnby Dun Rovers.

Tuesday, 19th November 2019, 1:41 pm
More misery for Sands United FC, who sit bottom of the Championship.
More misery for Sands United FC, who sit bottom of the Championship.

Ryan Bullock, Rhys Gibbon, Jake Holdsworth, Thomas Noon and Danny Parker shared out the other five goals.

Fourth-placed Beyer Leopard Kusen lost 6-3 at home to second-bottom Stainforth for whom Rob Wilson scored four. Ricki Crompton and Ant Ross also chipped in with goals.

FC Ivanhoe beat bottom club Sands United 8-1 in the only Championship game to go ahead.

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Social Athletic took over top spot in Division One on goal difference after beating Carcroft Village Social Club 6-1.

Jordan Hardman led the way for Athletic with a hat-trick, with Sam Appleby bagging a brace. Joe Pugh completed the scoring.

Stainforth S4ALL, who had to settle for a Shay Evans-Booth double, dropped to second after going down 7-2 at mid-table Markham Main who have games in hand over four of the five sides above them.

Windmill’s 8-1 win at AFC Rossington, their sixth of the season, saw them end the day in fourth place.

Cantley continue to prop up the table after being on the wrong end of a 6-1 scoreline at Eden Arms.

SFC Wadworth remain on the Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA Junior Cup trail following their 4-1 third round win over visiting Woodhouse Juniors.

Rossington, whose goals were shared out by Dean Griffiths, Adam Watson and Dean Thornton, joined them in the next round after posting a 3-1 home win over Boynton Sports.

Finningley crashed 6-1 at home to Birdwell Rovers, Carcroft tasted a 5-1 defeat at Gamecock and Arksey lost 7-3 away at Aston Lodge. Rosehill Press beat Handsworth Inn 6-2 in the Senior Cup.