Doncaster Sunday Alliance League: Steve Hossack’s weekly round-up

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Graceholme missed out on the chance to reclaim top spot in the Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division.

Their game at Bullcroft Sports & Pastimes was abandoned after 64 minutes after a Bullcroft player suffered a suspected broken leg.

The home side were leading 2-1 at the time. The game will be replayed later in the season.

Sprotbrough, who were without a game, remain two points clear with a match in hand.

Defending champions Athletico Tap Maker climbed above Canal Tavern, who have played three games less, thanks to a 1-1 draw at Inter Stella.

Eden Grove and Rhino’s also shared the spoils from a 3-3 draw. Bentley Top Club posted a 2-0 win at Toll Bar.

Goals by Aiden Marshall and Kirk Frost saw Canal Tavern beat Premier Division rivals Stainforth (Ryan Davies) by the odd goal in three in their delayed KO Cup third round tie.

Balby Academy of Sport took over top spot from long-time Championship leaders FC Glasshouse on goal difference following their 2-1 win over fourth-placed Auckley.

It proved to be a case of unlucky 13 for Glasshouse as they lost their 100 per cent record when going down 4-3 at Leger Lions.

Wheatsheaf strengthened their hold on third spot with a 6-1 win over Park Social.

Max Poison and Craig Trewick shared four of the goals with Ricky Temperol and Danny McNeil also netting. Mark Whiteley replied.

Finningley Athletic ran up the biggest score of the day when romping to a 9-0 win over visiting Tank.

A four-goal haul by Simon Robertshaw proved in vain as Three Horseshoes beat Carpenters Arms by the odd goal in nine.

Sean Gorman (2), Mark Sydney and Jack Ward were the Horseshoes’ marksmen.

Windmill and Askern Railway battled out a goalless draw.

Rossington United, who have dropped just four points all season, are the new leaders of Division One following their 4-0 win at Walton Wonderers.

Scott Henderson bagged a brace for the visitors with Mark Ripley and Scott Lang also netting.

Willaspoons, for whom Michael Ryan scored both their goals, dropped to second as a result of a 5-2 defeat at fourth-placed Campsall.

Kristian Robson was Campsall’s hat trick hero with Ashley Towler and Darren Januskiewicz also finding the net.

New Mallard held on to third place despite being held to a 3-3 draw at Rosehill Press. Matthew Rayner, John Dooley and Reece Joplin shared out the Mallard goals with John Corrie (2) and Ryan Ambler replying for Press.

The Vault climbed two places to fifth on the back of a 4-1 win at lowly Rossington Legion (Tom Cherry).

FC Gatehouse recorded a 7-2 win at third-bottom Armthorpe Village,

Maltings (Terry McCombe 2, Martin West) climbed above Bessacarr (Scott Exley, Stan Krco) after beating them by the odd goal in five.

Crown Hotel, who should have been playing South Kirkby Reds, have withdrawn from the league and their results have been expunged.

Ryan Hall starred with a hat trick as Division Two leaders FC Dunscroft stretched their unbeaten start to 11 games with a 6-1 win over FC Cumberland.

Kieran Sanderson, Leigh Emmerson and Carl Grant also chipped in.

The Askern, who have played two games more, remain hard on their heels thanks to a 4-3 win over lowly Millgate Manhattan.

Jake Holdsworth, Kyle Embury (2) and Craig Brodie shared their goals with Greg Brice and Marvin Speight (2) replying.

Third-placed Arksey Victoria (Paddy Strawbridge) lost 2-1 away to top-four rivals Leopard. Cask Corner dished out a 7-0 beating to Hatfield Town.

Regent Hotel (Michael Barker) are still without a win following their 4-1 defeat at Ryecroft Rovers.

Garry Hodgson weighed in with a four-goal haul as White Hart Colts slumped to an 8-1 defeat at home to Carcroft Village. Russ Damms grabbed a hat trick with Lee Knight completing the romp.

Division Three leaders Winning Post (Kevin Stenson, Carl Long) retained their four-point lead after beating Balby CSV (Tom Bentham) 2-1.

Second-placed FC Wadworth beat Warren House Warriors (Ryan Veator) by the same score.

Third-placed Rhino’s United charged to a 6-2 win at bottom club Balby Rovers.

Adam & Steve kept in touch with the top after beating Scawthorpe 3-1. David Colakovic added another two to his recent tally, with Shaun Hardisty also getting in on the action. Michael Dixon replied.

Craig Dallas led the way with a hat trick as FC Ivanhoe put Eden Arms to the sword. Christian Hughes (2), Andy Horrocks and Matthew O’Hara also chipped in.

James Sharp, Ryan Bullock and Daniel Parker did the damage in Schoolboy Norton’s 3-1 win at Bentley West End.

Rhino’s Warriors beat visiting Balby Plough 2-0.