Main march on in style with 7-0 triumph

EDLINGTON Town showed some of their old form when defeating Swinton Station Athletic 4-0 in their Doncaster Senior League Premier Division clash.

Chris Colley, Michael Edgecombe, Sorik Malcolm and Craig Dyson shared out the goals.

A brace of goals each from Tom Salt and Ryan Smyth helped Bramley Sunnyside overcome Kinsley Boys 5-3 after the scores had been tied in the closing stages, Ian Donnelly also finding the net.

Jake Unwin, Matthew Dakin and Joel Edwards, replied. Leaders Rossington Main chalked up their ninth victory in style with a 7-0 triumph at Brodsworth Welfare. Niall Doyle and Scott Maughan both scoring twice, Adam Wisdom, Daniel Elcoat and an own goal completing the tally.

Following his hat-trick in the previous game, Gavin Wilson struck twice as AFC Sportsman Rovers registered a 5-0 home victory over South Kirkby Colliery. Nathan Lovell, Tobias Dwyer and Ryan Doherty, completing the nap hand. Tom Doherty was on target as Sutton Rovers beat Carcroft Village 1-0.

Honours were shared 1-1 in the derby between Hemsworth Town and South Elmsall United Services, Alan Billington and Mark McDermott being the respective scorers.

Denaby United lost top spot in Division 1 after being held 3-3 at ISG Doncaster.

Jack Hakin (2) and Ryan Scott were both on target the visitors.

A Sam Hampshire strike gave Ackworth United a 1-0 win over Sun FC that saw them take over top spot.

There was a 2-2 draw between Highwayman and Shafton Villa. Hayden Tomlinson bagged both Highwayman goals while Steve Bennett and Ben Pearson responded for Villa.

Carl Grant got a hat-trick for Dunscroft United in their 5-3 success over Hemsworth MW. Andrew Goddard and Ashley Davis also found the net with Lee Mulroe (2) and Neil Pickersgill replying for Hemsworth.

HMP Moorland made it four wins out of four after getting the better of Scawthorpe and Bentley Rhinos.

Paul Benfield (2), Isiah Cardwell and Agnelli Fadiga shared out their goals with Danny Porteus and James Hendry reducing the arrears.

South Kirkby Town beat Bawtry Town Reserves by the odd goal in seven. Craig Taylor (2), Shaun Eades and Jamie Gaskell all netted for Kirkby, with Robert Hollinger, Anthony Nawn and James McConnachie sharing out the Bawtry goals.

Askern Athletc had to settle for consolation goals by Jake Holdsworth and Robert Rowland when down 7-2 against Woodlands Rhinos.