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Anthony Wilson shines on debut for Gildersome Spurs Old Boys
A classic Steve Wales double before half-time put Gildersome Spurs Old Boys on top against North East Leeds in the Yorkshire Amateur League Senior A Division.
North East Leeds competed well for the first 30 minutes but went in 2-0 down at half-time and were hit by a curler on the hour by first-team debutant Anthony Wilson, who made the fourth for Lee Thrush.
This superb Gildersome display leaves unbeaten Spurs nine points behind leaders Grangefield Old Boys but with a massive eight games in hand.
Grangefield went down 3-1 at home to Ealandians and have only collected six points from their last seven matches.
In an excellent contest, Grant Jackson's 12 league goal of the campaign failed to prevent Jacob Driver (2) and Wayne Crossley adding the goals to emphasise Ealandians' best display of the season.
Senior B Beeston St Anthony's 3 Old Batelians 3
A Rob Bordman free-kick gave Old Batelians an early lead in their Senior B Division trip to Beeston St Anthony's but early into the second half the hosts were 3-1 ahead.
It needed two goals in the last ten minutes from Dave Bordman to salvage a point in a thrilling encounter that sustains Batelians' third place in the table.
St Bede's have been inconsistent all season and struggled to even take a point against bottom-of-the-table visitors Sandal Athletic.
The hosts' goal came from Tahir Akram but mid-table mediocrity looms if this type of performance is repeated.
AFC Heckmondwike were 2-0 down in the first 20 minutes at Alwoodley Reserves in Division One but took command from then on in a superb recovery.
As Heckmondwike piled on the pressure, Jamie Warley (2) and man of the match Neil Whitaker grabbed the goals to secure a point in a 3-3 draw.
Meanwhile, Bramley Juniors Old Boys underlined their improved form with a 3-2 home win against leaders Farnley Sports in a derby.
Bramley were never in arrears and their goals came from man of the match Jamie Gray (2) and Shane Thompson, with Lee Ransom and Adam Butterworth supplying Sports' riposte.
Farsley Celtic Juniors, who are third nine points behind the leaders with four games in hand, had an emphatic 10-2 victory over visitors St Nicholas 2.
Goals for the winners came from Ben Cook (3), Sam Bradley (3), Craig Farrand (2), Danny Fairburn and Liam Cannon.
Gildersome Spurs Old Boys Reserves edged possession at Huddersfield Amateur Reserves but missed numerous chances in a 2-1 defeat.
Amateur took their chances well and it was not until the 75th minute that Danny Norton opened Spurs' account.
Unbeaten Division Two Morley Town trailed 2-1 at home to Leeds Medics & Dentists Fourths with five minutes but showed their mettle in winning 3-2.
Goals for Morley Town came from man of the match and skipper Jonathan Wilmshurst (2) and Jovan Kiorseff, with Fergus Machin bagging a pair for Medics IV.
St Bede's Reserves twice recovered from being in arrears at home to Almondburians but the fourth-placed visitors won 3-2.
A 20th goal of the season for the division's leading scorer Jordan Northin and a goal for Rick Steel was insufficient to rescue Bede's Reserves.
Calverley United Reserves have fully recovered from a shocking start to their Division Three campaign, defeating visitors Modernians Thirds 3-1.
Two goals from Steve Wells and one from Chris Cookson guaranteed the hosts victory as they climbed to ninth.
There was a superb match in Division Four, where home side Farnley Sports Reserves defeated Modernians Fourths 4-3.
Fourth-placed Sports Reserves were behind three times but responded so well that William Harrison (2), Wes Williams and Gareth Peel gave them a momentous victory.
St Bede's Thirds stay in fifth place in Division Five, despite a 5-1 victory at East Ardsley Wanderers Reserves.
East Ardsley drew level immediately after half-time and Bede's then missed a penalty but they then had a purple patch, Kris Balodis notching a hat trick, with the other Bede's goals from Warwick French and Chris Dring.