ECCLESHILL United went goal crazy at Clayborn as they ran out 6-0 winners in their Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division derby against Liversedge.

Aran Basi headed the Eagles into a sixth minute lead and Khurrum Shazad netted a dipping shot from the left wing just after the half hour.

Midfielder Charlie Flaherty added a third just before the break after good work by Adam Shaw.

Sedge started the second half well but failed to create any clear openings. The visitors weathered that spell before adding a fourth. Substitute Tom Rose was fouled in the area and Shaw converted from the spot.

The Eagles added two more in stoppage time. Shaw slotted his second into the bottom corner and then the substitutes combined as Rose set up Chris Lever for the Eagles’ sixth.

Thackley’s four game unbeaten run was ended by Handsworth Parramore, who eased to a 3-0 win.

Ryan Carroll gave the visitors the lead and they doubled their advantage through Waide Fairhurst just before the break.

The Dennyboys had chances in the second half but keeper Luke Wilson was beaten for a third time when Jed Phillips netted just after the hour mark.

Albion Sports put in a battling performance at Worksop Town but suffered a 3-0 defeat after a good second half for the hosts.

The first period saw both sides creating chances as the game swung from end to end but it remained goalless.

The deadlock was finally broken when Steve Wankiewicz headed the Tigers in front seven minutes into the second half.

Just after the hour mark, Connor Brunt slid in the hosts’ second but Albion had two great chances to get back into the game.

The visitors could not force a goal however, and Worksop wrapped up the points as Matt Sykes converted a late spot kick.

Campion were held to a disappointing 2-2 home draw by lowly Swallownest, but despite dropping two points, James Bicknell’s side remain top of Division One.

The Red and Blacks took a 13th minute lead through Leon Hurles-Brook and when Laurence Sorhaindo added another in the 42nd minute, the home side looked to be in control.

Swallownest pulled a goal back at a crucial time as Joel Evans netted on the stroke of half-time.

Campion failed to increase their lead after the break and it cost them dearly as Jason Short grabbed the visitors’ equaliser with just over six minutes remaining.