By Aidan Hopson
Seb Allen scored a hat-trick as Holmbridge maintained their three-point lead at the top of Division 1 with a 3-0 victory over AFC Lindley.
There were hat-tricks too for Max Morley and Ryan Wadsworth as second-placed Linthwaite Athletic beat Britannia Sports 7-1.
Berry Brow are a point behind Linthwaite following their 2-0 win at Heywood Irish Centre with goals from Wayne Shooter and Luke Gibson.
Deon Simmonds (two), Sam Wilkinson and Devonte Gayle scored for Newsome at they stay fourth with a 4-2 win over Slaithwaite United. James Edwards and Chris Wilkins scored for Slawit.
In the Dearne Valley derby Callum Geldart (two) and Jake Woods scored for Skelmanthorpe in their 3-3 draw with Shepley.
With Netherton in County Cup action Kirkheaton Rovers went second in Division 2 with a 4-1 win over Holme Valley Academicals with goals from Nathan Goddard (two), Jonathan Askin and Ben Hallitt with Owen Sutton scoring a consolation for the Accies.
Moorside are up to fourth following their 3-0 win over Almondbury Woolpack. In the battle of the bottom two, James Keenan scored for Lepton Highlanders in their 1-1 draw with Cumberworth. Alex Spivey scored for Cumberworth.
Michael Johnson (two), Chris Johnson and Richard Humphrey scored for Scissett in their 4-1 win over Huddersfield Laund Hill with Joe Muxworthy scoring for Laund Hill.
Ben Boustead and Owen Sykes (two) scored for Kirkburton in their 3-2 win over Brook Motors with Dylan Brett scoring both for the Motors.
In Division 3 Grange Moor Saints produced the shock of the day beating long time division leaders Meltham Athletic 4-0 with Jacob Bentley, Cameron Wilkey, Nathan Mayall and Luca Everson scoring for the Saints.
Saddleworth United went top by one point after their 3-1 win at Mount with goals from Mark Jackson, William Webster and Shaun Roscoe. Niall Henesey scored for Mount.
Substitute Alex Roberts hit a hat-trick as Honley overwhelmed bottom club Fenton United 11-0. Brighouse Athletic beat Hade Edge 3-2 with goals from Perry Conor (two) and Clayton Smith with Lewis Barden scoring both for Hade Edge.
It’s also a close race at the top of reserve Division 1 with three clubs well clear of the rest. Connor Steele hit his 31st goal of the season as Dalton Dynamos went top on goal difference following their 8-0 win at Cumberworth with Darius Matheson (three), Joe Johnson (two), Jack Royle and Karl Gledhill scoring the other goals.
Berry Brow are second with a brace from Dean Siddiq in their 2-0 win over neighbours Newsome.
Tim Astley hit his 31st goal of the season in third placed Fothergill and Whittles 4-2 win over Linthwaite Athletic with Jake Wilkinson, Tom Jordan and Reece Holt also scoring. Nathan Kavanagh and Liam Knight scored for Linfit.
Bottom club AFC Lindley drew 3-3 with Deighton with goals from Usman Adelekelo (two) and Jake Sykes with Cameron Howe, Kimarni Morgan and Jamie Pearson scoring for Deighton.
Berry Brow A are up to second in Division 2 with Luke McLoughlin (two) and Lucio Spencer scoring in their 3-0 win over Brook Motors.
Meltham Athletic are third beating Slaithwaite United 2-1 with goals from Jude Shaw and Luke Henighan. Jordan Cropper scored for Slawit.
Matthew Webster (three), Blaine Rowan, Chris Lokey and Harry Walker scored for Holme Valley Academicals in their 6-1 win over Scissett with Mackenzie Gillis scoring for Scissett.
Jordan Geldart, Jack Wallace, Matt Heppleston and Dan Wainwright scored for Skelmanthorpe in their 4-0 win over Linthwaite Athletic A. Grange Moor Saints beat Netherton A 3-1 with goals from Jack Dickinson, Jake May and Kouros Ghaznavi. Andrew McCullie scored the consolation for Netherton.
Levi Brown and Danny Murray scored as Kirkheaton Rovers retained top spot in Division 3 with a 2-1 win at Diggle. Sam Johnson scored for Diggle.
Ethan McElroy scored for Hade Edge in their 1-1 draw with neighbours Wooldale Wanderers with Harry Airstone scoring for Wooldale. Harry Tomlinson scored for Mount in their 4-1 defeat to Berry Brow B whose goals were scored by Sam Barraclough, Ben Lodge, Mark Garside and Dan Lomas.
In the quarter-final of the West Riding County Challenge Trophy Netherton went out losing 3-2 at home to Cawood FC from Division 1 of the York Minster Engineering League.
Netherton led 1-0 at half-time following an excellent goal from Adam Robertshaw. Early in the second half Cawood equalised with a world class volley from top scorer Phil Wickham.
Despite Michael Carter making it 2-1 to Netherton in the 65th minute the visitors scored twice more to win the tie. Netherton did have the chances to take the game to penalties but Cawood held on.