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Chris Callaghan winner sets back Steeton in title chase
Steeton lost for only the second time in 17 West Riding County Amateur League matches as Hall Green United dented their push for the Premier Division title.
Chris Simpson edged the leaders in front as they looked to complete the double away to their Wakefield-based hosts.
But Hall Green hit back to equalise through Jamie Miller early in the second half and Chris Callaghan then bagged the winner as it finished 2-1. Salts replaced Bay Athletic in second place with a 2-0 win at Littletown thanks to goals by Matthew Newell and Danny Lynes.
Defending champions Ovenden West Riding maintained their bid to retain the title with a 4-1 home success over Storthes Hall.
Carlton Pownall (2), John Booth and Stephen Fullard netted for the Halifax side, while Alex Slack supplied the consolation.
Campion pulled clear after an even first half to beat bottom side Overthorpe 3-0 with goals by Andy Benjamin, Curtis McMahon and Steve Barge.
Hunsworth remain in pole position in Division One after beating visitors Lower Hopton 4-1 as striker Andrew Wood bagged all four of his side’s goals.
Second-placed Huddersfield YMCA and Wakefield City, who are fourth, had to settle for a point each after a goalless draw.
Campion Reserves eased their relegation fears by defeating hosts Tingley Athletic 3-2, with Aaron Metcalfe, Chris Graham and Isaiah Parke scoring their goals.
Dudley Hill Rangers, who were relegated to Division Two last season, kept up their outside chance of a swift return with a 4-1 win at Kirkburton Reserves. Wayne Broxholme, Chris Gibbons, Roman Zurek and Mark Wilcox supplied the firepower.
Sixth-placed West Horton have played fewer games than all the sides above them but slipped up 1-0 at home to Hall Green United Reserves after a late James Perry strike.
Steeton Reserves remain second behind Bay Athletic Reserves after a 4-3 home victory over Golcar United Reserves. Adam Spencer, Ross Bailey, Dean Mitchell and a James Dickenson own goal outweighed Sean O’Shea (2) and a Dickenson strike at the right end.
Salts Reserves dropped to fourth position after losing 3-1 at home to Tingley Athletic Reserves.
Tyersal Reserves stay at the foot of the table despite beating Littletown Reserves 2-1, with Dave Scott and Wayne Wright on target and Stanford Bube replying.