Drobac double helps Coronation off bottom

ATHLETICO Parklands stay four points clear at the top of Doncaster Sunday Alliance Premier Division after winning 4-0 at Bentley Top Club.

Barnby Dun, who have a game in hand, are hard on their heels after romping in 10-1 at Rockingham Hotel, for whom Daniel Hooper scored a consolation.

Third-placed Rhinos charged to a 3-0 win at top-four rivals Social Bar through Dean Daffin 2, and Daniel Wojcichowski.

James Hendrie and Jason Scott bagged braces as Bullcroft S&P climbed above Social Bar into fourth spot with a 4-0 win over Adam & Eve.

Armthorpe Coronation climbed off bottom spot bybeating ACS 3-1 with goals by Lee Drobac 2, and Chris Freeman.

Championship leaders Canal Tavern posted their eighth win in as many games to open a five-point lead at the top after beating third-placed AFC Rovers 5-2 thanks to goals by Darren Fell 2, Sean McCarthy, Darren Howe and Darren Brown.

Second-placed Armthorpe were held 3-3 by fourth-placed Eden Grove (Gareth Jones 2, Daniel Creed).

Conisbrough Conyers continued their climb with a 7-3 win over Styrupp through Nathan Lovell 2, Craig Sutton 2, Tom Harrison, Ben Redfearn and Adam Deever also scoring. Tom Cherry, Marvin Stacey and Brian Atherton replied.

Corner Pin (David Szlamp) continue to prop up the table after doing down 2-1 at Toll Bar.

Fifth-placed Sportsman Inter Stella beat Division One visitors Three Horseshoes United 6-1.

Adwick Park Rovers (Jake Starbuck, Jason Loosemore, Shane Carver) took their points tally to 13 by beating Askern Railway (Simon Squire) 3-1.

Bottom club Carcroft Village crashed to their seventh defeat in eight games, 5-0 away to Park Social.

Unbeaten Windmill continue to set the pace at the top of Division Two with a 5-1 win over Rosehill Press (Ross Adamson).

Unbeaten Edlington Top Club remain well placed thanks a 4-0 win at Glad Old Boys.

Armthorpe Albion climbed to fourth on goal difference by beating Skellow Rangers 3-1.

Brodsworth United (Nathan Martin, Dan Smith) exchanged places with them after being held 2-2 by visiting Wadworth Sports (Steven Wilkinson, Josh Rowley).