By Aidan Hopson

A Dante Newell goal kept Deighton top of the Premier Division in their 1-0 win over bottom club AFC Lindley.

Linthwaite Athletic stay second after a 5-0 win over Kirkheaton Rovers with goals from Ryan Wadsworth (two), Jake Morley, Connor Beaumont and Lewis Berry.

Paul Syke and Wayne Shooter both scored twice as Berry Brow beat Holmbridge 5-0 with Niall Dobson completing the scoring for the Brow.

Netherton eased past Dalton Hotel 8-1 with goals from Michael Carter (three), Jordan Wimpenny, Harry Prosser, Sanraj Uppal and Ryan Burchael (two).

Doran Jordan hit a hat-trick for Newsome in their 4-1 win over Shepley with Newsome’s other goal coming from Dan Holmes. Scott Sykes scored a consolation for Shepley.

Ashley Beardsall hit four second half goals in Slaithwaite United’s 6-0 win over Britannia Sports. Ben Boulton and Tom Dyson completed the scoring for Slawit.

Liam Howcroft, Thomas Jordan and Josh Crook scored for Fothergill and Whittles in their first win of the season beating fellow Division 1 strugglers Holme Valley Academicals 3-2. Morgan Hobson and Sam Binns scored for the Accies.

Huddersfield Laund Hill went a point clear at the top of the division following their 5-1 win over Almondbury Woolpack. Their goals came from Joe Fitzpatrick, Elliott Wilkinson, James Knowles, Karl Jones and Jordan Jaber with Aidan Harvey-Franklin scoring for the Woolpack.

Skelmanthorpe made the short trip to Kirkburton and came away with the points in a 5-3 win. Goals for Shat came from James Capewell (two), William Robers, Daniel Morgan and Thomas Roberts.

Shaun Roscoe hit three for Saddleworth United in their 6-0 win at Lepton Highlanders with Jake Jacobs, Simon Lloyd and Thomas Simpson completing the scoring.

Diggle’s winning run ended in a 3-1 defeat at Scissett. David Chew, Tim Smeaton and Chris Johnson scored for Scissett and Sam Bagshaw scored for Diggle.

Matthew Henighan scored four as Meltham Athletic went top of Division 2 in a 6-0 win over Brighouse Athletic with Jonny Morgan and Thomas Matthews completing the scoring.

Berry Brow Reserves are on the same points following their 4-1 win over neighbours Netherton Reserves. Andrew Roberts (two), Kyle Forde and  Rhys Wharam with scoring for the Brow and Thomas Yarwood scoring for Netherton.

Grange Moor Saints beat bottom side Cumberworth 5-1 with goals from Cameron Wilkey (three), Luca Everson and Jacob Bentley with Jack Byrne scoring for Cumberworth. Eli Bell and Jack Sykes scored as Wooldale Wanderers beat AFC Volunteers 2-0.

Dalton Hotel Reserves shared the points in a 4-4 draw with Linthwaite Athletic Reserves. Eddie Hamlett and Jamie Pearson scored for Newsome Reserves in their 2-1 win at Deighton Reserves.

A Ryan Jagger goal was enough to take the points as Skelmanthorpe Reserves beat Holmbridge Reserves to go second in Division 3. AFC Lindley Reserves beat bottom club Mount 5-0.

It was 4-4 at half-time in the game between Hade Edge and Meltham Reserves but Hade Edge finally took the points in an 8-5 thriller.

Berry Brow A went top of the division with goals from Anbua Kator (two), Ben Lodge, Stephen Njenga and Matthew Weaver in a 5-2 win over Britannia Sports Reserves.

Reece Julien hit a hat-trick as Heywood Irish Centre beat Holmfirth Town 6-1 with the other goals for Heywoods coming from Cameron Taylor (two) and Alex Crawford.

Kirkheaton Rovers Reserves stay six points clear at the top of Division 4 following their 3-1 win over Dalton Hotel Thirds with goals from Callum Chima (two) and Matthew Stephenson. Liam Oldroyd scored for Dalton.

Daniel Horne, Bradley Ward (two) and Sam Carr scored for Diggle Reserves in their 4-0 win over Netherton A.

Berry Brow B moved up to third with a hard fought 4-3 win over Scissett Reserves. Richard Hanvey, Rob Greenhalgh, Robert Brown and Daniel Moulson scored for Brow. Jo Penrose, Liam Davies and Liam Thurlow scored for Scissett.

Oliver Hughes hit three for Holme Valley Academicals but still ended up on the losing side as they lost 8-5 to Cumberworth Reserves. Bailey Peaker scored twice as Linthwaite Athletic A picked up their second win of the season by beating Grange Moor Saints Reserves 6-2.

Deighton A lead Division 5 by two points with goals from Sajjad Ahmed, Jansen Stephens and Emick Katika in their 3-1 win over Mount Reserves. Cumberworth A lost to Fothergill & Whittles Reserves 9-0 and Britannia Sports A lost to Honley Reserves 14-0.

Josh Armitage salvaged a point for Brook Motors in their 1-1 draw at Skelmanthorpe A which kept them in second place in the division.

Aahil Ali, Ehizimetor Arogha, Joe Gomez, Zain Sarfraz and Eisa Amar scored for Fenton United in their 5-2 win over Hade Edge Development. Nathan Miller and Michael Mabey scored for the Edge.