An Alex Kemp hattrick sent Holmbridge top of division one in a 3-2 win over Linthwaite Athletic.
Fothergill and Whittles move up to third after a 7-2 win over Shepley with goals from Jonny Barnes, Finlay Cragg, Michael Else, Ryan Heeley (two), Sam Lee and Harrison Howe. Samuel Haigh and Daniel Simpson scoring for Shepley.
Scholes travelled over to Diggle and goals from Jordan Saville, Sam Thompson and Daniel Parr saw them take the points in a 3-0 win.
Goals from Daniel Morgan (two) and Jack Greene for Skelmanthorpe in a 3-2-win condemned Shelley to bottom of the table. James Bootland and Matt Willans scored for Shelley. In the West Riding Challenge Cup.
Berry Brow were beaten 3-0 by West Yorkshire League division one side Brighouse Sports whilst Heywood Irish Centre were beaten 1-0 by West Yorkshire League division two side Old Centralians.
Lepton Highlanders remain top of division two despite slipping to a shock 4-3 home defeat to Almondbury Woolpack. Daniel Bradley, Courtney Allert (two) and Mikey O’Donnell scored for the Woolpack and Oliver Roberts (two) and Sam Binns scored for the Highlanders.
AFC Lindley travelled to Dalton Dynamos and came away with the points in a 3-2 win. in the battle of the Kirks, Kirkburton beat Kirkheaton Rovers 5-4 with goals from Jack Goring (two), Jake Hussain (two) and Luke Jackson whilst the goals for the Rovers came from Jonathan Askew (three) and Nathan Goddard.
In the West Riding Challenge Trophy Britannia Sports with goals from Shyar Khalaf (two) and Ryan Lach beat Pollington FC from the York Minister Engineering League, 3-1 and Holme Valley Academicals had a huge 7-1 win over Ossett FC from the Wakefield & District FA League.
Netherton were paired with Marsh United and after goals from Alex Vickerman (two), Joel Ashworth and Nathan Chappell saw them draw 4-4 they just sneaked through to the next round by winning 6-5 on penalties.
Deighton remain top of division three with seven wins from seven and beat Hade Edge in emphatic fashion 13-0 with Jamal Hussain hitting four for Deighton.
Moorside remain a close second with six wins from 6 and a 10-0 win away at bottom side AFC Dalton with Joe Fagan hitting five for Moorside. Cameron Wilkey (two) and Stephen Chandler helped Grange Moor Saints draw 3-3 with Brook Motors whose goals came from Alex Roberts (two) and Dylan Brett. Scissett beat Cartworth Moor 4-0.
Brighouse Athletic moved top of division four with goals from Harry Birro (two), Samuel Roberts and Ben Whiteley in a 4-0 win over West End Park whilst Wooldale Wanderers were held at home to a 3-3 draw by Honley. Goals for Honley came from Zach Ainley (two) and Oliver Mansell-Taylor and goals for Wooldale came from Ben Clarke, Ryan Smith and Adam Summerscales.
Jay Wells scored all four as Mount beat Flockton 4-2 with Kieran Mullery scoring both for Flockton. In the West Riding Challenge Trophy AFC Volunteers beat reserve side Netherton A 6-2.
Netherton’s goals came from Joe Yates and Andrew McCullie and Volunteers goals came from Ryan Matthews (two), Joel Poskitt (two), Anthony Wadsworth and James Thorpe. Thorpe Giants lost 5-0 away to Yorkshire Amateur League side Tyersal FC.
In the reserves section Newsome stay top of division one beating Diggle 6-2 with goals from Carl David (two), Adam Hill (two), Rhys Kelly and Jameer Jackson with Jay Laurel scoring both for Diggle.
Scholes are in second place beating Fothergill & Whittles 4-0 whilst Deighton were held to a 4-4 draw with Berry Brow whose goals came from Lee Wharam (two), Rhys Wharam and Dean Siddiq.
Dalton Dynamos moved up to third beating Shelley 4-1 with goals from Jack Boyle (two), Sean Cosgrove and Jarius Theodorou whilst Wes France scored for Shelley.
In the West Riding Challenge Trophy Linthwaite beat Wakefield and District FA League side FC Rothwell 4-1 with goals from Chris Blakely (two), Jamie Byrne and Nathan Wadsworth whilst Netherton despite goals from Charlie Thomas and Richard Williams lost 4-2 to Gomersal and Cleckheaton from the Yorkshire Amateur League.
Kirkburton remain top of division two, despite dropping points in a 4-4 draw away at Meltham. Jay Calcutt (two), Joe Lockwood and Jack Smith scoring for Kirkburton with James Hutchinson, Toby Farrington, Liam Carmody and Gabriel Cattell scoring for Meltham. Brook Motors with goals from John Lodge (two), Tegene Campbell and Richard Botchway drew with Scissett 4-4. Scissett’s goals were scored by Lewis Haigh, Alex Jacques and Jahmal Lewis. Jordan Heath hit all three for Holmbridge in their 3-3 draw with Scholes.
Cumberworth moved up to second place with a 9-1 hammering of Almondbury Woolpack with Tim Kelly scoring for Woolpack. Cumberworth’s goals coming from Ryan Blackburn (two), James Earnshaw (two), Luke Seatan (two), Jordon Thackra, James Slater and Josh Gower. James Carter hit the only goal for bottom club Holme Valley Academicals in their 6-1 loss to AFC Lindley.
Berry Brow A are top of division three with a brace for Raymond Chingombe in their 2-0 win over Hade Edge. Bradley Dearnley scored the only goal as Slaithwaite United just edged out Wooldale Wanderers in a 1-0 win. Joel Pusie hit four with further goals from Jason Helm, Jamie Downs and Karlmari Furey in Deighton’s 7-1 win over Grange Moor Saints which moved them up to third with Jacob Dickinson scoring for the Saints.
Mount are bottom losing 3-2 to Cumberworth A. Mounts goals came from Paul Drake and Pavraj Singh and Cumberworth’s goals came from James Moore (two) and Isaac Barker. Linthwaite Athletic A had a good 4-2 win away against York Minster Engineering League Malt Shovel with goals from Lewis King and a hattrick from Morgan Taylor.
Shepley are top of division four with goals from Elliott George (two), Lyam Gill, Freddie Larder and Harrison English in a 5-1 win over Brook Motors Development whose goal was scored by Patrick Clarke-Spears.
Honley remain rooted to the bottom of the table losing 12-0 to Dalton dynamos who move up to second in the table. Nico Blackburn (three) and Matthew Fallon scored for Fothergill and Whittles A as they beat Kirkheaton Rovers 4-0. Hade Edge A with goals from Eddie Dalton, James Odlin and Ethan McElroy drew 3-3 with Berry Brow B whose goals came from Sam Barraclough and Richard Hanvey (two).