Top striker Tom is worth his Salt
BRAMLEY Sunnyside went back on top of the Premier Division after an 11-1 triumph over Carcroft Village.
Leading marksman Tom Salt scored five times for Sunnyside and Ryan Smyth added a hat trick.
Liam Miree, Scott Hayes and Ian Donnelly also got on the scoresheet to round off the scoring spree as Bramley breached the double figure mark.
Bramley leapfrogged title rivals Shafton Villa.
Villa were held to a 3-3 draw by Sutton Rovers, who won the Premier Division title last year.
Andy Lowe, Bayden Lockwood and Duane Grace were all on target for Villa.
A strike by Sean Hammonds gave Kinsley Boys a 1-0 win over Rossington Main.
South Kirkby Colliery, though, suffered a heavy 10-1 defeat at the hands of Bawtry Town.
Hemsworth MW extended their lead at the top of Division One, with a 4-1 victory over Scawthorpe Scorpions.
Graham Phillips was Hemsworth’s star man, smashing a hat-trick.
Steve Brown added the other goal.
Denaby Main enjoyed a 5-0 home rout of Westwoodside Rangers.
South Kirkby Town were pipped 5-4 at Dunscroft Welfare.
Craig Hobson, Ben Bailey, Ricky Gaskell and Shaun Hobson were all on target.
Dan Crossland scored for Swinton Athletic, but they were beaten 2-1 at Harworth Col.
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