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Abundant Life Church need to keep the faith in Spen Valley League
Abundant Life Church have dropped into a relegation place in the Spen Valley League Premier Division.
Their 5-4 defeat at Savile Youth means that the two clubs swap places, with ALC now occupying the second demotion berth in front of seemingly doomed West Park United, who haven't gained any points from their ten matches.
Ryan Fry, Ryan Mitchell, Aaron Irving and Dalan Brame were on target for Church, who are now ninth.
Fairbank United also drop one spot to fifth after their 6-2 setback at third-placed Vision, whose goals came from Chris Benn (3), Martin Danco, Lloyd Webster and James McLoughlin, Shoaib Hussain getting one of the replies.
Ravensthorpe Bulls were the big climbers, however, going from seventh to fourth on the back of a 10-5 home defeat of TVR United, Dominic Simpson bagging six for the Bulls.
Their other marksmen were Paddy Davies (2), Alex Shaw and Paul Beaumont, Ashiq Iqbal (2), Faisal Shabbir (2) and Nassar Hussain being on target for seventh-placed United.
Norfolk were the main movers in the First Division, matching the Bulls by going from seventh to fourth - this time thanks to an 8-4 home defeat of bottom club Cleckheaton Sporting.
Paul Lawson, Race Fell, Rich Chamberlain and Liam Williams got the consolation goals, while George Healey remain third, despite losing a remarkable match 7-6 at home to Smokin Aces, who climb to fifth.
Luke Newsome (3), Matthew Parkinson, Dominic Hinchcliffe and Kieran Jagger were the scorers for George Healey.
Mohammed, Arshad and Ziyaad Navsarka kpet it in the family for Inter Batley, who stayed sixth despite a 3-1 home win over Howden Clough.
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