Doncaster and District Junior Sunday League
A TYLER Hardy strike proved enough for Conyers U13s to see off fellow Division One promotion chasers Wheatley Warriors.
The victory moved fourth placed Conyers within a point of the Warriors, who find themselves a place above in third in what is developing into a fascinating promotion race.
The top five teams in the division are currently separated by just four points after the top two sides,
Barnburgh and Harlington and Babworth Rovers, battled out a 1-1 draw.
Ryan Percival earned the point for Barnburgh.
Bradley Taylor and Liam Mitchell scored for Mexborough Rangers U13s but they lost 4-2 at Carcroft Village Juniors.
Braces from Kyle Head and Jordan Mellor helped South Elmsall United to a 4-1 win over Ordsall Rangers B in Division Two.
A Matty Ager hat trick sent Mexborough Rovers U14s on their way to a 7-2 win over Askern Town in the third round of the League Cup.
Jake Gray added a brace while Stephen Elsey and Dom Purcell completed the spree.
Mexborough Rangers U15s were in seventh heaven as they romped to victory over Division One rivals Bentley Pumas.
Will Turner scored twice with Danny Lord, Jamie Miller, Sam Jones, James Payne and Ashley Emmerson all getting in on the goalscoring act in the 7-1 mauling.
Tyler Rogers bagged a hat trick as Conyers U12s saw off Warmsworth Lions 3-2 in Division Two while Mexborough Rangers suffered a 5-0 defeat at Carcroft Village Juniors.
Mexborough Main Street U16s took another giant leap towards being crowned Division One champions with a 3-2 win at nearest challengers West End Bentley.
Strikes from Josh Armstrong, Jake Ford and Joe Dungworth saw runaway leaders Main Street make it 12 wins out of 12.
Groves CSC U12s were in a goal hungry mood in the Premier Division as they cruised to an 8-0 triumph over visiting Bentley Pumas.
Thomas Humphries and Steven Peart both scored twice with Callum Spratt, Paul Harris, Declan Hooley and Kurtis Houghton rounded off the spree.
George Proud and Jacob Barrick were the South Kirkby Juniors marksmen in a 2-0 win at Branton Juniors.
It was slim pickings for Brampton Bullz U17s in the Premier Division as they went down 10-3 at Hatfield Celtic.
WATH Stars were on the goal trail last weekend with their three active sides netting a blistering 29 goals between them.
The Stars U8s showed no signs of rust on their return from a four week break as they bagged eight goals.
Jori Ash scored a hat trick with George Scattergood and Patrick Boyes adding braces and fiesty defender Harris Green also finding the target.
Midfielder Fred Senior put in the performance of the season as his side put on a brilliant show.
Stars U9s triumphed 6-1 to maintain their title hopes.
Jack Birks scored twice with Jack Craven, Brandon Murillo, Sonny Oates and Darnell Joseph also grabbing goals
Mason Cherry was a worthy man of the match winner as the Stars U12s triumphed 15-3 to prove why they are the top of the table.