Doncaster and District Junior Sunday League
A LIAM Jackson brace helped Wath St James to a 2-1 win at Conyers FC in the U14s Division One.
Jack Wood hit back for the Conisbrough side.
Bradley Smith grabbed a hat-trick as Rockingham Rovers beat local rivals Barnburgh and Harlington 5-1 in the U13s Division One.
Joe Fletcher and Matthew Hollingshead also found the net with Alex McFarlane hitting back for Barnburgh.
South Elmsall United triumphed 4-2 at Ordsall Rangers in the U13s Division Two.
Kyle Head, Ben Ramsbottom, Zavier Sheppard and Jake Hayhurst all netted for United.
Barnburgh and Harlington triumphed 2-0 at near neighbours Sprotbrough and Cusworth Crusaders in the U15s Premier Division.
Aiden Davies and Alex Lacey grabbed the goals.
Conisbrough and Denaby Juniors edged past Brampton Bullz 1-0 in the U17s Premier Division.
Conyers FC lost 5-0 at Scawthorpe Scorpions in the U11s Premier Division.
A Tyler Rodgers brace plus an Aaron Wood strike kept Conyers in contention with Warmsworth Lions only for them to be pipped 4-3 in the U12s Division Two clash.
SAM Jones’ solitary strike earned Mexborough Rovers a 1-0 win over Scawthorpe Scorpions in the U15s Division One.
A Dominic Purcell strike earned Mexborough Rovers a 1-1 draw with Edlington White Stars in the U14s Division One.
A CONNOR Webb hat trick helped Mexborough Main Street beat Balby Academy of Sport 4-2 in the U13s Division Two.
Brandon Smith grabbed the other goal for the promotion chasers.
Mexborough Main Street won 4-0 against West End Bentley in the U16s Division One thanks to goals from Teejay Brown, Jake Ford and Ryan Carlton as well as an own goal.
JACOB Winkle, Owen Birks and Rhys Carter were all on target as Mexborough Rangers won 3-2 against Carcroft Village Juniors in the U12s Division Two.
WATH Stars saw two of their sides earn 2-1 wins last weekend while the U8s were rained off.
Owen Lowe and Corey Thompson netted as the Stars U12s won a very muddy encounter with Southey Wolves.
The U9s made the short trip to Mexborough Rovers with Sonny Oates and the consistent Jack Birks finding the net.