Swinton go back on top

Peter Brooks Honda Mexborough and District Sunday Football League

SWINTON WMC are in pole position for the Premier Division title after a 4-1 win over The Dearne Valley took them back to the top of the table.

Goals from Jeff Thomas, Sean Greaves, Brett Lovell and Craig Morton earned Swinton the important win.

Queens United stayed in touch with the top two with a 3-1 win over Welfare.

Westville saw off Station 2007 4-0 while Groves Social triumphed 4-2 over Thurnscoe Coronation.

Goldthorpe Comrades won 1-0 at Woodman Inn Swinton.

Mexborough Main Street emerged as Ingsfield Lane’s biggest rivals for the Division One title after a 2-0 win over Montagu Arms.

Nathan Lovell and Adam Middleton both netted for Main who sit four points behind Ingsfield with four games in hand.

Ingsfield showed they are not ready to give up the chase just yet after seeing off Bolton Social 2-1.

Mexborough Weatherspoons have a massive nine games in hand over Ingsfield and continued their chase with a 4-2 win over Barnburgh Coach and Horses.

Brett Oxer, Matthew Brackley, Jamie Concanon and Stuart Brooks all netted for Weatherspoons.

Mexborough Sportsman edged out Plough Inn 3-2.

Russ Hanman netted a hat trick for Roman but could not prevent Ivanhoe maintaining their lead of Division Two as they slipped to a 4-3 defeat.

A win for Roman would have moved top of the table with the victory but remain in hunt for the title as they hold two games in hand.

Stone House remain in the chase after a 4-1 win over The Gate.

The Staithes and Cafe Sport suffered blows to their respective campaigns after battling out a 0-0 stalemate.

The two sides exchanged chances throughout but the best came to Staithes who saw a penalty missed.

Mexborough Main Street Reserves stormed to a 5-2 win at Red Lion Wath.