By Aidan Hopson

Berry Brow moved up to second place in the Huddersfield District League Premier Division with a 5-0 win over Holmbridge. Kyle Walton (three), Lawal Lawal and Thomas Oakes scored for the Brow.

Ashley Beardsall (two), Ben Boulton (two), Dominik Moorhouse and James Edwards scored for Slaithwaite United in their 6-0 win over Shepley.

In Division 1 Ben Boustead scored for Kirkburton in their 1-1 draw with Honley, Matthew Storr scoring for Honley.

AFC Volunteers went six points clear at the top of Division 2 with goals from Sam Durkin and Josh Miller in their 2-1 win over Meltham Athletic with Matthew Henighan scoring for Meltham. Cumberworth and Linthwaite Athletic Reserves played out a rare goalless draw.

In Division 3 the bottom two clubs Britannia Sports Reserves played Mount and Britannia won 4-3 with goals from Nicholas Spurr (two), Jonny Bottomley and James Dickinson with Shane Moore, Jamie Knight and Darryl Lockwood scoring for Mount.

Meltham Athletic Reserves played Hade Edge in a very entertaining game which Hade Edge won 5-4. Goals for Hade Edge were scored by Lewis Barden (two), Alex Trowell (two) and Tom Arnold. Arun Lalli, Jacob Tomlinson, Matthew Burger and James Okpara scored for Meltham.

Cumberworth Reserves are up to second place in Division 4 following their 4-0 win over Netherton A with goals from Jonathan McKinley (two), Rowan Holloway and Daniel Lee. Conrad Adrien and Tomi-Mac Creaghan scored as Dalton Thirds squeezed past Berry Brow B 2-1. Shane Brook scored for the Brow.

Fothergill and Whittles Reserves are up to third place in Division 5 following their 8-0 win at Britannia Sports A with goals from Nathan Shepherd (two), Kieran Salmon (two), Jamie Howarth, Tyler Kershaw, Elliott Kean and Jack Lewis.

Allerton produced another strong performance in beating Mount Reserves 9-0 with goals from Umais Khan (three), Adam Khan (two), Mohammed Ibrahim (two) and Saad Qureshi (two). Josh Armitage hit four as Brook Motors beat Cumberworth A 6-3 in a very entertaining game.

In the Barlow Cup a Sam Testa hat-trick saw AFC Lindley beat Netherton 3-0. Jordan McCafferty-Smith and Leigh Miller scored for Dalton Hotel in their 2-0 win over Scissett.

Huddersfield Laund Hill with goals from Jordan Jaber and Niall Joseph beat Deighton 2-1 with Jamal Simpson scoring for Deighton.

Linthwaite Athletic thrashed Holme Valley Academicals 10-0 and Britannia Sports beat Moorside 2-0 with goals from Harry Castledine and Sam Gledhill.

In the Saddleworth derby Saddleworth United drew with Diggle 1-1. Rhys Chadwick scored for Saddleworth and Adam Brown scored for Diggle. Saddleworth, however, go through to the next round winning 3-1 on penalties.

Stephen Njenga scored the only goals of the game as Berry Brow A beat AFC Lindley Reserves to go through to the next round of the Groom Cup.

Richie Evans, Reece Julien and Aaron Murray scored for Heywood Irish Centre in their 3-0 win over Slaithwaite United Reserves. Netherton Reserves went through to the next round courtesy of a brace from Ben Balmforth in their 2-0 win over Deighton Reserves.

Cameron Wilkey scored the only goal of the game as Grange Moor Saints beat Wooldale Wanderers. Finlay Watson, Lewis Haigh, Jordan Geldart and Dan Hart scored as Skelmanthorpe Reserves beat Newsome Reserves 4-2. Deon Simmonds and Phabian Sylvester scored for Newsome.

In the Richardson Cup Mario Richards scored a hat-trick as Deighton A beat Wooldale Wanderers Reserves 3-2 with Anthony Hutt scoring both for Wooldale.

Diggle Reserves were beaten by Grange Moor Saints 4-1 with Rhys Chadwick scoring for Diggle. Adam Wain, Jacob Preston (two) and Kieron Powley scored for the Saints.

Fenton United are through to the next round beating Hade Edge Development 5-0 and Honley Reserves beat Almondbury Woolpack Reserves 2-0. Scissett Reserves beat Holme Valley Academicals 4-0 with goals from Joshua Jones, Liam Davies (two) and Sam Scarfe.

Skelmanthorpe A beat Linthwaite Athletic A 5-2 with goals from Jack Woods (three), Nadan Barden and Robert Caselton.

In the West Riding County Challenge Cup Kirkheaton Rovers demolished Great Preston from the Wakefield & District League with a brace from Ben Hallitt and a hat-trick from Gavin Armitage in a 5-0 win.

Brighouse Athletic had a good win in the West Riding County Challenge Trophy beating Sutton Reserves from the Craven & District League 5-1 with goals from Perry Connor (two), Jonathan Jones, and Joe Garside (two).

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