LIVERSEDGE racked up another win last night, making it five from five after they thumped Penistone Church 3-0 away from home.

Central defender Kevy Tarangadzo has helped Jonathan Rimmington’s side to three Northern Counties East League Premier Division clean sheets in a row, but he is also proving to be a goalscoring threat too.

He converted a cross to open the scoring at Penistone after 19 minutes, his fourth goal in five games.

The hosts, who are perennial title challengers at this level, did not make it easy for Sedge, and created a few chances of their own, forcing one particularly good save from Jordan Porter.

But former Bradford (Park Avenue) striker Paul Walker increased the away side’s lead after 63 minutes, when he fired a low free-kick under the wall and into the net.

That seemed to knock the stuffing out of Penistone, and a delightful team move from Sedge soon after saw Oliver Fearon convert at the end of it to make it 3-0.

The visitors did have to clear a Penistone chance off the line late on, but the hosts never seriously threatened a comeback.

Sedge had signed prolific striker Ashley Flynn from title rivals Yorkshire Amateur the day before the game, and he came on for Fearon with four minutes left to round off a perfect night for his new side.

Amateur won without Flynn last night, but they had to come from behind to beat visitors Thackley 3-1.

The Dennyboys opened the scoring early on through Ben Grech-Brooksbank, as he tapped home from a low cross.

The home side hit straight back, firing one shot off the crossbar and having another saved by Thackley keeper Luke Wilson.

The Ammers equalised through a fine Casey Stewart finish on 34 minutes, then went in front moments later when Fernando Moke converted at the back post.

The second half was relatively limited in terms of chances, but the hosts wrapped things up late on when a Thackley player could only glance a cross into the path of Ross Killock, who headed home to make it 3-1.

Hemsworth Miners Welfare’s last visit to a Bradford side was disappointing, as they lost 1-0 to Eccleshill United on Saturday, who were without a recognised goalkeeper.

But they more than made up for that last night, romping to a 3-0 win at Albion Sports.

Hemsworth opened the scoring after 35 minutes, when Jeff Steven slotted home after a shot had come back off the post.

Albion went agonisingly close in the second half through Charlie Flaherty and Spencer Gordon, but they were sucker-punched by goals in the last 10 minutes from Jason Davis and Leyton Swaine.