Sportsman in seventh heaven as title glory nears

Doncaster and District Senior Football League

AFC Sportsman Rovers were in seventh heaven after a 3-2 win at Maltby MW increased their lead at the top of the Premier Division.

Toby Dwyer, Philip Whitehead and Andrew Wood were the Rovers marksmen as they moved seven points clear.

Swinton Station Athletic suffered a 5-0 defeat to Kinsley Boys.

Callum Hardy scored a brace as South Elmsall United Services produced a 5-2 win over Bawtry Town.

Dave Davies, Lance Ford and Mark McDermott added the others.

Ashley Vickers scored four as South Kirkby Colliery stormed into the second round of the STC Challenge Cup with a 12-0 demolition of Upton Brookside.

Ross Johnson added a hat-trick with Rob Iveson bagging a brace and Lewis Owen, Glyn Wright and Jack Wakefield also on target.

A Craig Hobson goal was the only reward for Travellers FC as they went down 6-1 to Premier Division Rossington Main.

Goalkeeper Craig Webster saved an 80th minute penalty as Hemsworth Town snatched a 5-4 win at Carcroft Village in Division One.

Kyle Lacey grabbed a hat trick for Town with John Probert and Billy Hicks also finding the net.

An Alan Taylor goal could not save South Kirkby Colliery B from a 2-1 defeat at FC Tavern.