Peter Brooks Honda Mexborough and District Sunday Football League
SWINTON WMC moved to the top of the table for the first time this season after thrashing Thurnscoe Coronation 9-0.
The defending champions made a slow start to the campaign but now look like genuine title contenders following four consecutive meetings.
Swinton were 3-0 up at the break but surged on in the second half.
Brett Lovell and centre half Paul Wheeler both netted hat tricks with Ryan Morton adding a brace and Sean Wild also finding the net.
Groves Social remain surprise basement boys after battling out a 2-2 draw with Westville.
Fellow former champions Goldthorpe Comrades also continue to struggle following a 4-2 defeat at Station 2007.
MEXBOROUGH Main Street put themselves in strong contention for a second consecutive promotion with a battling 2-1 win over local rivals Mexborough Sportsman.
Adam Middleton scored twice in the blood and thunder derby match to see Main move four points behind leaders Ingsfield Lane with two games in hand.
Ingsfield saw their title hopes take a hit as they lost 1-0 to fellow contenders Bolton Social.
Mexborough Weatherspoons remain strong contenders after their 5-2 win over Conisbrough Alma.
The County Cup quarter finalists surged clear with a Matthew Wilson brace, an own goal and strikes from Brett Oxer and Michael Harris with Conisbrough hitting back through Michael Watts and an own goal.
George and Dragon moved further away from the danger zone with a 3-0 win over Montagu Arms while Cromwells saw off Barnburgh Coach and Horses 3-2.
GOALS from Jonathan Hudson and Glyn Lockwood helped Albert Road to a 2-0 win over Mexborough Main Street Reserves, continuing their strong promotion push.
Cafe Sport improved their position with a 4-2 win over Conisbrough Station.
Shaun Jepson netted twice with Ben Flanagan and an own goal rounding off the scoring.
Ivanhoe remain top of the table following their 5-1 win over Red Lion Wath while The Gate stay level on points after their 4-1 triumph over Boy and Barrell.
Mexborough Miners Arms and Stone House battled out a 3-3 draw.
ROMAN rocketed into round three of the Peter Brooks Honda Cup with a 4-1 win over Cross Keys.
They went ahead when Russ Hanman controlled with his back to goal before spinning and drilling low into the corner.
Hanman pounced on a failed clearance to ensure his side were 2-0 up at the break.
A more determined Cross Keys grabbed a goal back but Hanman sealed his hat trick to restore the cushion.
Hanman’s fourth sealed the win for Roman while Matt Welsh’s commanding goalkeeping display saw him named man of the match.