Paul leads the way for leaders

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UNBEATEN Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Division Three outfit Willaspoons retained top spot on goal difference after beating Walton Wonderers 5-3.

Paul Kostynzyn led the way with a hat-trick with Lee Dixon and Billy Kirkham also netting.

The Vault remain second following their 6-1 win at Balby Rovers.

Jordon McCloy was the hat-trick hero of Bailey’s 5-3 win over The Sun. Doug Pearman weighed in with a brace with Daniel Nunns scoring all three Sun consolation goals.

FC Ivanhoe claimed their first win of the season in style, routing Hesley 8-1.

The Askern also had their shooting boots on away at Harvester, scoring seven goals without reply.

Robbie Rowland and Jason Hadwin both notched a hat-trick with Scott Dixon also chipping in.

Cask Corner continue to set the pace at the top of Division Four following their 9-2 win over visiting Bay Horse Misfits.

Arksey Victoria had to settle for a consolation goal by Jamie Barnes in their 5-1 home defeat against visiting Leopard.

Second-placed Rycroft Rovers recorded the biggest win of the 2012-13 campaign to date, beating third-bottom Balby Plough 20-0.

Chris Hancock led the way with a six-goal haul with Dean Humble lending good support with four goals.

Jack Socket weighed in with a hat-trick with Josh Taylor and Gareth Gibson both bagging a brace. Mark Brown, and Mark Simmonds also got in on the act.

Bentley West End S & S (Chris Roper, Jay Crossland) climbed out of the bottom two on goal difference after picking up a point from a 2-2 draw at Warren House Warriors.