By Aidan Hopson
There were plenty of hat-trick heroes in league and cup despite another weekend of bad weather which saw many matches postponed.
AFC Volunteers stay top of Division 2 following their 6-3 win over Newsome Reserves with goals from Michael Feterlich (two), Connor Loughran, Ryan Matthews, Sam Durkin and Nathaniel Powell. Eddie Hamlett (two) and Deon Simmonds scored for Newsome.
Richie Evans hit a hat-trick as Heywood Irish Centre beat Meltham Athletic Reserves 3-0 in the only game played in Division 3.
In Division 4 Linthwaite Athletic A moved up to fourth with a 4-1 win over bottom club Holme Valley Academicals Reserves with goals from Bradley Peaker (two) and Connor Woodruff (two). Will Matthews scored a consolation for the Accies.
Fothergill and Whittles Reserves are up to second place in Division 5 following their 10-3 win over Fenton United with goals from Josh Crook (four) and hat-tricks from Tyler Kershaw and Jamie Howarth.
Stephen Brook hit a hat-trick for Almondbury Woolpack Reserves in their 5-2 win over Mount Reserves with Wayne Conroy scoring a brace to complete the scoring for Woolpack. Baron and Tristan Samuda were on the scoresheet for Mount.
In the Barlow Cup Newsome beat Lepton Highlanders 7-2 with goals from Doran Jordan (three), Anthony Haigh, Darius Matheson and Sam Wilkinson (two).
Kirkheaton Rovers bowed out of the West Riding County Challenge Cup losing 5-1 to Ealandians from the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division.
Berry Brow Reserves are through to the last 16 of the West Riding County Challenge Trophy after a fine 4-3 win over Gomersal and Cleckheaton Reserves from the Yorkshire Amateur League Division 1 with goals from Lawal Lawal, Rhys Wharam, Jamal Bent and Dean Siddiq.
Brighouse Athletic bowed out losing 4-1 to Gildersome Spurs from the Yorkshire Amateur League Division 2.
Honley are also through to the last 16 beating Fairbank United from the Yorkshire Amateur League Division 1, 7-5 with goals from Ben Lindley (three), Joe Kelly (two), Adam Dyson and Matthew Stor.