Doncaster and District Junior Sunday League
JAKE Ford grabbed a hat trick as Mexborough Main Street continued their blistering run of form with a 6-0 win over Harworth Colliery in the U16s Division One.
Ritchie Bywater, Joe Dungworth and James Clarke also scored in the title challengers’ victory.
Mexborough Main Street maintained their U13s Division Two title push with a 1-0 win at South Elmsall United.
Liam Stewart netted the game’s only goal, inflicting the first loss of the season on United.
MEXBOROUGH Rovers battled out a 3-3 stalemate with relegation threatened local rivals Conyers in the U11s Premier Division.
Sean Atkinson scored twice with Keanan Rolph also found the net for the Conisbrough side while Thomas Saddington, Matthew Greaves and Bradley Phillips netted to give Rovers a share of the spoils.
Struggling Mexborough Rovers suffered a 4-0 defeat to Edenthorpe Juniors in the U13s Premier Division.
The U12s Division Two leaders Mexborough Rovers were in free scoring form as they smashed 11 goals past Bawtry Juniors.
Rovers went at their opponents from the first whistle and this left Bawtry shellshocked.
Curtis Horbury lobbed the keeper with his first touch of the game only to see the ball rebound off the bar but Chad Webb was on hand to slot home the opener.
Webb then turned provider for Liam Cooke to double the lead.
Again scorer turned provider as Cooke opened up the defence for Horbury to lob the keeper once again but this time found the net.
Chey Elliott lifted the ball over the Bawtry back line for the ever willing Cooke to run through for his second.
Cooke then produced a solo effort to bring up his hat trick, but he was not finished yet as he sealed a man of the match performance with his fourth of the game.
Brandon Harris added the seventh after picking his spot through a crowded area before Webb nodded past a bemused keeper when a corner evade his defence.
Elliott unselfishly rolled the ball into the path of Webb to hit his first career hat trick just a week after grabbing his first ever Rovers goal.
Rovers hit double figures when left winger Lewis Steers linked up with right winger Horbury.
And not to be out done, centre half Ryan Pickering rounded off the scoring with a rare foray up the pitch.
MEXBOROUGH Rangers ensured they kept up the pressure on the U15s Division One leaders with a 3-1 win at Town Moor Tigers A.
Ash Emmerson, James Payne and Michael Wood all netted for Rangers.
Mexborough Rangers U13s came out on the wrong end of a seven goal thriller with Moorends Hornets.
Luke Sargent, Jamie Organ and Joe Coldren all scored for Rangers but they suffered a 4-3 defeat.
Mexborough Rangers battled out a 2-2 draw with local rivals Conyers in U12s Division One.
Tyler Rodgers and Calvin Spencer scored for the Conisbrough side with Jacob Winkle and Owen Birks replying for Rangers.
BARNBURGH and Harlington remain a point adrift in the U13s Division One title chase after Ryan Needham’s hat trick helped them to a 3-1 win at Conyers.
Aiden Oakley replied for Conyers.
Aaron Lockley scored the only goal of the game as Rockingham Rovers U13s won 1-0 against Bessacarr FC.
Groves Social earned an important point in the battle against U15s Premier Division relegation with a 3-3 draw against Sprotbrough and Cusworth Crusaders.
Jake Harlie scored twice and Nathan Smith once for Groves.
South Kirkby Juniors were edged out 2-1 by Hall Cross Boys in U15s Division One with Kieran McIntyre pulling a goal back.
Conisbrough and Denaby U17s were thrashed 7-0 by Rossington Main.
Groves saw their bid for the U16s Premier Division title hit as they lost 7-4 in a thrilling clash with Sprotbrough and Cusworth Crusaders.
Declan Hooley grabbed a hat trick with Tom Humphries also on target for Groves but they were outgunned by the Crusaders.
South Kirkby Juniors U16s B also suffered a setback in their title bid as they lost 3-1 at Carcroft Village Boys.
Jake Wileman hit back for South Kirkby.
Wath St James maintained their lead at the top of the U14s Division One with a 3-2 win over Warmsworth Lions. Declan Holland, Daniel Prince and North Peters all scored for Wath.
Conyers U14s kept up their title push with a 2-0 win at Edlington White Stars.
Goals from Piaras Hale and Leighton Martin earned the victory.
WATH Stars picked up two victories this week with the U9s winning 5-2 and the U12s 6-1.