Peter Brooks Honda Mexborough and District Sunday Football League
DEFENDING champions Swinton WMC moved to the top of the table after a 3-1 win at Westville.
A solid display saw Swinton through while ill discipline cost Westville dear.
A penalty for handball saw Swinton take the lead when Andy Whitehead converted from the spot.
Brett Lovell doubled the advantage and Swinton turned the screw after Westville had a man sent off, with Ricky License adding the third.
Westville pulled a goal back but the match was safe for Swinton who moved above Dearne Valley on goal difference.
Groves Social kept themselves in contention as championship outsiders with a 10-2 mauling of Thurnscoe Coronation.
Paul Hemmingway scored four with Steven Ellor bagging a hat trick.
Andrew Wood, Mark Gedby and Neil Spruce were also on target.
The goals also flowed in the other top flight clash as Station 2007 and Welfare battled out a 6-6 draw.
MEXBOROUGH Main Street remain in strong contention for the Division One title following a 4-0 win over Cromwells.
Adam Middleton scored twice with Thomas Needham and Ross Shelton also on target.
Main sit 10 points off top spot but have four games in hand over leaders Ingsfield Lane.
Ingsfield maintained the pace at the top of the table with a 3-1 win at Telstar.
George and Dragon strolled to a 6-1 win over Montagu Arms.
Berry Kurde scored twice with Aidan Pankovics, Zumba Jones, Arran Jakobsons and Matty Drewett also on target.
Pankovics’ effort was particularly eye catching as his cross from wide went straight in.
CONISBROUGH Station pulled off the shock result of the weekend as they beat league leaders Ivanhoe 3-2.
Chris Hargrave scored twice with Lewis Deaks also on the act for midtable Station.
Title chasing Albert Road failed to take advantage after slipping up themselves to outsiders Cafe Sport.
Liam Jackson and Harley Cousins scored for Cafe Sport in the 2-0 triumph.
Rock bottom Red Lion Wath took a shock lead against promotion outsiders The Staithes but lost 5-1.
It did not look good for Staithes after they fell behind and missed a penalty.
But Dale Hall’s equaliser opened the floodgates with Andy Woolley scoring soon after.
Hall added another on the half hour with Mark Balaiss making it four.
Red Lion saw their woes compounded when they had a man sent off and Chris Mitchell rounded off the scoring.
Mexborough Main Street Reserves beat Cross Keys 2-1 with goals from Adam Wright and Stuart Trow.
Stone House maintained their push for promotion with a 5-2 win over The Gate.
MEXBOROUGH Wetherspoons rocketed into the semi final with a 5-1 win over Roman.
Brett Oxer, Stuart Brookes, Matthew Brackley, Harry Perry and Matthew Wilson all netted for Wetherspoons who were 4-0 up at 15 minutes. They meet The Gate in the semi final on Sunday.