Railway are shunted into sidings by Reds

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FOURTH-placed Askern Railway (Simon Squire) were derailed by visiting South Kirkby Reds (Carl Wilson 2, Aaron Tillison) in their Doncaster Sunday Alliance Division One clash.

A John Corrie hat-trick helped Rosehill Press beat visiting Auckley by the odd goal in 11. Ryan Ambler, Matthew Bedford and Blake Wilson all netted for the winners. Wadworth Sports remain rooted to the foot of the table after visiting Armthorpe Albion won 3-0 to sentence them to a ninth successive defeat.

Carcroft Village (Lee Knight, Shane Carver, Joe Brace) took over top spot in Division Two after beating White Hart Colts (Lee Pearce, Addison Ashworth) 3-2.

A Thomas Noon hat-trick helped lay the foundations for Campsall’s 5-3 win at Armthorpe Village. Kristian Robson and Ashley Towler completed their tally with Martin Walker, Steven Wagstaff and Chris Passmore replying for Village.

Lee Moncuit was the hat-trick hero of Hatfield Woodhouse’s 4-3 win over FC Cumberland. Stuart Howell also hit the target for Hatfeld with Danny Madner, Sean McCloy and Craig Atkins sharing the Cumberland goals. James Batson, James Sharp and Oliver White all netted in Bessacarr’s 3-0 win at Three Horseshoes Old Boys. Balby Rec put Division Three hosts FC Ivanhoe to the sword in their Division Three clash. Goals by Jamie King (2) and Simon Wake failed to save Bailey’s from a 4-3 defeat at Harvester.

Balby Rovers romped to a 5-1 win at Hesley. Zack King bagged a brace in New Mallard’s 4-3 win over The Sun.