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High-fliers Gildersome and Grangefield stumble
Gildersome Spurs’ title hopes suffered a setback as they lost 4-1 at home to fellow Senior A section high-fliers Leeds Medics & Dentists in the Yorkshire Amateur League.
Jonni McGahan saw his opener for the Medics cancelled out by Ben Keedy but that was as good as it got for Spurs as Matty Lloyd, Alex Monks and Paul Jackson finished them off.
Medics remain second in the table, five points ahead of third-placed Gildersome but having played three games more.
Spurs also have seven games in hand on leaders Grangefield as the gap stayed at nine points after the table-toppers lost as well.
Grangefield actually led 3-0 at eighth-placed Stanningley after goals from Matty Tomlinson (2) and Glen Austwick in the opening 15 minutes.
But the hosts hit back to win 4-3 courtesy of Jay Carr (2), Steve Tierney and Ritchie Banks.
Old Batelians moved top of the Senior B division after a thumping 7-0 home win against Wigton Moor.
Rob Bordman’s hat-trick extended his tally for the campaign to 27 goals, with Sam Newman also notching a treble and Mark Heseldin completing the tally.
Fourth-placed Old Modernians remained in the title hunt with a 4-1 victory over visiting St Bedes, leaving them three points behind Old Batelians with two games in hand.
Nathan Clark (2), Andy Atkins and Adam Todd netted before Johnny Hicks’ late reply.
An amazing Division One match finished 10-7 in favour of AFC Heckmondwike at Bramley Juniors Reserves.
Jamie Wasley (4), Lee Gowan (2), James Tucker (2), Dom Reardon and new signing Jordan Fox outweighed Brad White (3), Jamie Gray, Ash Birtwhistle, Josh Proctor and Shane Thompson.
Farnley Sports moved nine points clear at the summit after edging a 3-2 result at Old Collegians, although they have played several games more than all their title rivals.
Shane Gaunt, Stuart Morrell and Shane Gaunt scored the decisive goals as Robert Shaw supplied both replies.
Gildersome Spurs Thirds helped their fight against relegation from Division Two with a 1-0 win at Huddersfield YMCA, with a Josh Sheldrake penalty separating the sides.
The same score saw St Bedes Reserves get the better of Old Modernians Reserves in a mid-table battle thanks to Gaz Hunter.
Calverley United Reserves’ run of six consecutive Division Three victories came to an end 5-2 at leaders Beeston Reserves, despite Lee Bryant’s double.
Stef Eberharter’s hat-trick helped boost Grangefield Reserves’ promotion push as they beat FC Headingley Reserves 4-0.