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Late drama as Gildersome Spurs Old Boys have game to forget
Gildersome Spurs Old Boys had an afternoon to forget in the Wheatley Cup.
They led 3-1 at Gawthorpe with goals from Mike Hall (2) and Adi McCormack but conceded an own goal with two minutes left, Tim Goodwill heading a ball into the net that he would have cleared 99 times out of a hundred.
This gave Gawthorpe the lift they needed and they claimed a last-minute equaliser before getting the winner in extra-time.
In contrast, Old Batelians had a day to remember, defeating visitors Dewsbury Rangers 6-1 - a bigger margin than expected. Goals came from Rob Bordman (4), Stu Otway and Sam Newman.
Calverley Old Boys lost a second successive home game to put their bid for the Yorkshire Amateur League Senior B Division title in doubt.
They lost 5-2 to Beeston Old Boys, Phil Gathercole and the returning Brad Northrop netting after Calverley had gone 4-0 behind early in the second half.
Eighth-placed Heckmondwike did not let injury absentees affect them, defeating visitors Alwoodley Reserves 9-2 in Division One.
Mark Harrison (3), Joe Lyttle (3), Leigh Evans, Liam Dowen and Joe Pollard were on target against the promotion-seeking second string.
Hosts Farsley Celtic Juniors moved up to second after defeating Leeds Medics & Dentists Thirds 5-1.
Phil Cross got the consolation goal for the Medics, Si McQuiston making a heart-warming return for Celtic after a broken ankle by scoring four goals. The other was an own goal.
Farsley are nine points behind leaders Farnsley Sports but have four games in hand.
Sports scored three goals in the first three minutes against visitors Collegians on the way to a 9-0 triumph, the chief marksmen being the division's leading scorer Tim Smith with three, taking his seasonal tally to 30.
Other goals came from Shane Gaunt (2), Dave Christopher-Walker, Adam Horner, Adam Butterworth and Stuart Morrell.
Fourth-in-the-table Gildersome Spurs Old Boys Reserves ensured it wasn't a wipe-out for their club by defeating Huddersfield Amateur Reserves 5-1.
St Bede's Reserves again showed their liking for playing away from Canal Road by winning 4-0 at East Ardsley Wanderers in Division Two.
The result, which kept the old boys in sixth, was never in doubt, goals coming from the section's leading scorer Jordan Northin, Jerome Yewdall and Kris Taylor (2).
And Gildersome Spurs Thirds added to the win for their second team by defeating Amaranth 4-3.
Spurs keeper Neil Fox was outstanding in a rare victory for his side, Josh Sheldrake (3) and Ash Brookes getting the goals.
Leaders Morley Town bounced back from a defeat by trouncing visitors Modernians Reserves 7-0, strikes coming from Kev Mackay (3), Chris Pearson, Marc Haley (penalthy), Matthew Agar and Jovan Kioseff.
Fifth-placed Grangefield Old Boys' Reserves maintained their Division Three promotion challenge with a 5-0 victory over visitors Norristhorpe. Goals came from Johnny Harrison (2), Si Rothery (2) and Jack Hill.
Next-to-bottom Heckmondwike Grammar School Old Boys capitalised on sloppy defending to score two goals in the last five minutes and secure a 5-5 draw at second-placed Middleton Park.
Marksmen for Heckmondwike were Richard Smith (2), Joe Kershaw, David Blakeley and Patrick Phillips.