By Aidan Hopson
Berry Brow defeated leaders Holmbridge in the battle of the top two.
Goals from Luke Gibson, Thomas Oakes and Kyle Walton ensured a 3-1 victory at the Bernabrow last Saturday. Jordan Saville scored from a free-kick for Holmbridge.
On Tuesday, Brow beat third-placed Linthwaite Athletic 4-1 to close the gap with Holmbridge to five points. Holmbridge have completed their fixtures but Berry Brow still have three games left to snatch the title.
Kieron Mayall took his total goals for the season to 27 with a hat-trick for Heywood Irish Centre in their 6-0 win over Britannia Sports with the other goals coming from Tyler Boswell, Luke Stead and Adam Bell.
Reece Holt scored twice as Fothergill and Whittles beat Newsome 2-0. Tom Dyson scored the only goal as Slaithwaite United beat relegated Shepley. Dalton Dynamos beat Linthwaite Athletic 4-2 with goals from Jordan McCafferty-Smith (two), Lee Turner and Ryan Gledhill.
Moorside moved up to fourth place in Division 2 with a 3-1 win over Cumberworth and Nathan Goddard hit four for Kirkheaton Rovers in their 5-2 win over Scissett.
On Tuesday Huddersfield Laund Hill finished off their season with a 2-0 win over Diggle and Scissett beat Cumberworth 3-1. Netherton completed their promotion winning season with a 6-4 win over Brook Motors.
Holme Valley Academicals had a fine 5-1 win over Kirkburton with goals from Ritchie Eales, Peter Yongman, Adam McKie (two) and Richard Walker.
In Division 3 AFC Volunteers completed their fixtures with a 4-2 win over Hade Edge. Grange Moor Saints beat Holmfirth Town 5-1 and Marsden drew with Wooldale Wanderers 2-2.
On Tuesday Saddleworth United completed their fixtures with a title winning 1-0 win at Grange Moor Saints, courtesy of a goal by Joel Longmore.
Netherton completed their reserve Division 1 campaign with a Harry Prosser hat-trick in their 5-2 win over AFC Lindley. Solomon Rushworth and Michael Carter also scored for Netherton.
Joshua Greenan, Aaron Miller and Sian Moses (two) scored as Newsome beat Britannia Sports 4-0.
Holmbridge celebrated winning the reserve Division 2 title with a 5-0 win over Scissett with goals from Bailey Bedford, Rory McGrath (two), Daniel Goodwin and Isaac Oldroyd.
Luke McLoughlin (two) and Joey Singh scored as Berry Brow A beat Brook Motors 3-0 to take second place. Skelmanthorpe completed their fixtures with a 4-1 win over Netherton A.