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Leaders hang on after late scare
Senior A leaders Grangefield Old Boys were pushed all the way before edging a 2-1 victory at second-bottom Bramley Juniors Old Boys in the Yorkshire Amateur League.
Grangefield looked comfortable after goals from Kristian Dacre and Grant Jackson but a Stephen Hall reply made for a tense last ten minutes.
Third-placed Gildersome Spurs Old Boys remain unbeaten after a 5-2 home win against FC Headingley, who trailed 4-1 at the interval.
Ben Keedy’s double included a penalty, with goal support coming from Tim Goodwill, Steven Wales and David Dennison as Matt Raw struck twice in reply.
Calverley United had to work hard for a 5-3 home victory over rock-bottom Beeston St Anthony’s that keeps them top of the Senior B section.
It needed two late strikes to settle the contest, with Calverley goals coming from top scorer Phil Gathercole, Kieran Kenneally, Gary Trewhitt, Tom Westerman and James Hastings.
St Bedes’ 2-1 home win over Collingham Juniors Old Boys allowed them to climb three places to sixth.
Chris Gauci clinched the points five minutes from time after team-mate Danny Williamson’s early opener had been cancelled out by James Rowlands.
Shane Gaunt scored four times as Farnley Sports marched on at the Division One summit with a 6-0 home romp against lowly Old Centralians. Stuart Morrell and Adam Horner’s first of the season completed the tally.
Farsley Celtic Juniors won 3-1 at second-placed Gildersome Spurs OB Reserves to remain unbeaten but they are back in fourth place after numerous postponements.
Craig Farrand (2) and Ben Cook outscored James Wilby as Danny Danby’s missed penalty for Spurs with the score at 1-1 proved key.
Morley Town were in scintillating form as they ended hosts Huddersfield YMCA’s five-match winning run 6-1 to remain second in Division Two. Ryan Hartley (3), two Marc Haley penalties and Matt Ibbotson did the damage.
Steve Wells (2), top scorer Lee Bryant and an own goal saw Calverley United Reserves win 4-2 at Leeds City Old Boys to maintain their climb away from the foot of the Division Three table.
St Bedes OB Thirds were no match for Division Five pace-setters Middleton Park Reserves and lost 3-1, despite Chris Dring giving them hope with an equaliser.