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It’s seven heaven for goal-happy Tyersal
Tyersal showed their opening-day 5-0 romp against West Riding County Amateur League neighbours Campion was no flash in the pan as they followed up with a 7-2 win against Lepton Highlanders.
Glynne Beale and Aaron Heywood both netted twice, backed up by Andrew Bailey, Damian Rushworth and Mark Beale, while Liam Coughlin and Nathan Jackson replied for Huddersfield-based Lepton.
Also in the Premier Division, Steeton bounced back from their first-game setback against Salts to see off visiting Kirkburton 3-1.
Steeton had Andy Holden (2) and Jamie Longley on target and could even afford the luxury of two missed penalties as Adam Hill scored a single consolation.
An early clash between the two Halifax-based clubs went the way of Ovenden West Riding 2-1 at Halifax Irish.
Mathew Jones and Jordan Coduri, who was an Irish player last season, earned a two-goal cushion before Graham Hall’s own goal set up a tense finale.
Campion’s game at defending champions Bay Athletic became the first fixture of the season to be postponed, with a waterlogged pitch to blame.
Ventus-Yeadon Celtic are the early Division One leaders as they followed up a midweek win against Westbrook YMCA by overpowering Lower Hopton 6-4.
A Dave Geddes hat-trick, supported by Antony Hannan, Sean Jack and an own goal, outweighed replies from Sylbert Stewart (2), Liam Harrison and Liam Riley.
West Horton let a 2-0 interval advantage slip to lose 4-3 at home to Bay Athletic Reserves. Tom Brennan, Joshua Smith, Herve Landu and James Hutchinson overturned goals from Mohammed Ozair, Usman Khan and Fasal Ali.
Promoted Steeton Reserves kicked off with a 4-3 win at Overthorpe, who were relegated from the top flight last season. Ross Bailey (2), Joshua Huntley and Damian Whiteoak did the damage.
Dudley Hill Rangers had Nico Carrucciu and Wooley Alexander on target as they took a point from a 2-2 draw at Division Two newcomers DRAM Community, Craig Thompson scoring both the home side’s goals.
Arron Gibson, Luke Cooke and Shane Pogson earned Tyersal Reserves a 3-1 win at Golcar United Reserves, while Azir Gulzar supplied Bradford FC’s lone consolation in a 6-1 thrashing at Lower Hopton Reserves.