Alliance League: Water result for Sprotbrough as Tap are defeated

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Defending champions Athletico Tapmaker (Daniel Reed) slumped to a second Premier Division defeat in four starts, going down 3-1 at home to Sprotbrough.

Darren Fell and Scott Rhodes shared out the goals as Canal Tavern opened up a two-point lead at the top after inflicting a first defeat of the season on Stainforth (Trevor Hindson).

Eden Grove dropped to third after losing 3-1 at Toll Bar. Bullcroft Sports & Social got off the mark after two defeats with a 1-0 win over Rhino’s.

Fellow strugglers Graceholme also picked up their first points with a 5-2 win at Inter Stella, for whom Darrell Beardmore and Darren Bird netted.

ISG Doncaster continue to struggle and slumped to a third successive defeat (7-0) at home to Bentley Top Club. Lee Wilkinson and Michael Attard both notched a hat-trick with Jay Crossland also chipping in.

Wheatsheaf took over top spot in the Championship on goal difference after scoring six without reply against Tank to claim their fourth win in as many starts. Rlcky Temperol (2), Liam Hughes, Max Pulson, Callum Whiffen and Gary Williams shared out the goals.

FC Glasshouse, who also boast maximum points from four games, dropped down to second despite beating Armthorpe Albion 3-1 thanks to goals by Scott Wilson, Andrew Mellor and Ricki Crompton.

Balby Academy of Sport took their goal tally to 24 from three games after routing lowly Park Social 10-0.

Carpenters Arms also had their shooting boots on, routing Askern Railway 8-0. Simon Robertshaw led the way with a hat-trick with Nathan Thomas, Sam Braun, Ryan Dean (2) and Ashley Stanford also chipping in.

Finningley Athletic bagged a 3-0 win at Leger Lions. Windmill beat Three Horseshoes by the odd goal in five.

Willaspoons lost top spot in League One after losing their 100 per cent record in a 1-0 defeat at lowly Rosehill Press.

Rossington United are the new joint leaders in Division One, with New Mallard, following their 6-4 win at Campsall. Scott Henderson and Karl Lang shared four of the goals with Andrew Culshaw and Adam Fraser also netting.

Matthew Rayner and Sean Nicholls both struck as New Malllard inflicted a fourth successive defeat (2-1) on FC Gatehouse.

Former leaders Willaspoons dropped to third after losing 1-0 at lowly Rosehill Press (Ryan Ambler).

The Vault were the division’s top scorers, winning 10-0 at struggling South Kirkby Reds.

Bessacarr posted a 5-0 win at Armthorpe Village. Walton’s Wonderers lost 6-2 at home to Maltings – Adam Francis (2), Michael Brown (2), Bobby Scurfield and Niall Horstead doing the damage.

Rycecroft Rovers continue to set the pace on goal difference at the top of Division Two after romping to a 9-1 win over Hatfield Town.

Kevin Lynch scored all four goals as Arksey Victoria also claimed a fourth straight win, beating White Hart Colts (Jamie King) 4-1.

The Askern (Scott Dixon) kept in touch with the top with a 1-0 win over FC Cumberland. FC Dunscroft climbed into fourth place on the back of a 6-2 win over Cask Corner.

Leopard lost ground after going down 3-0 at home to Windmill, for whom Craig Smith and Gareth Stent netted. Russell Danns scored both Carcroft Village goals in their 2-1 win over Regent Hotel (Doug Pearman).

Pit Club (Ryan Atkinson, Shane Zlobinski, Daniel Priestley) shared six goals with Millgate Manhattan (Marvin Speight, David Flowitt, own goal).

John Howcroft grabbed a hat-trick as Division Three leaders Winning Post raced to an 8-0 win at Bentley West End. Carl Horlsey (2), Luke Horlsey, David Stenson and Lee Peat completed the rout.

Balby CSV moved into second place on goal difference after their crushing 7-1 win over Eden Arms (Matthew Cooper).

Adam & Steve remain in the leading pack following their 4-1 win at Balby Rovers. Keiran Falcus and Kevin Ferguson earned Balby Plough a 2-1 win over Rhino’s United.

Warren House Warriors remain bottom following their 3-2 defeat at FC Ivanhoe.

Rhino’s Warriors picked up their first point of the season from a 3-3 draw at home to Schoolboy Norton.