By Aidan Hopson
Newsome remain undefeated and top of Division 1 after hard fought 3-2 win over Holmbridge. Kyle Walton scored twice for Newsome with Doran Jordan also on target. Max Morley hit both for Holmbridge.
Heywood Irish Centre moved up to second place after goals from Nathan Eastwood (two), Damian Murray, Stephen Greer and Alexander Sanderson saw off a spirted Shelley in a 5-2 win. Oliver Sutcliffe scoring both goals for Shelley who remain bottom of the table.
Slaithwaite United remain in the relegation places losing 7-1 at home to neighbours Linthwaite Athletic. Adam Bower scoring for Slawit and Ryan Wadsworth (two), Alistair Snowdon (two), Liam Clark, Connor Beaumont and Jake Morley scoring for Linfit who move up to third place.
Elliott George (two), Ricardo Ianzito and Daniel Simpson scored for Shepley as they beat Scholes 4-2, Sam Thompson scoring both for Scholes. Jack Hepworth (two) and Tom Clarke scored for Skelmanthorpe in their 3-0 win over Fothergill and Whittles.
Berry Brow are fourth after a 4-0 win over Diggle with goals from Liam Dobson, Niall Dobson, Anthony Docherty and Raymond Chingombe.
Dalton Dynamos remain on course for promotion, leading Division 2 by 12 points after a 5-0 win over Cumberworth with goals from Craig Thompson (two), Jordan McMinn and Ryan Walton (two).
Netherton move in to second place with goals from Ryan Burchael (two), Tyler Broscombe, Joel Harrison and Nathan Chappell in a 5-3 win over Britannia Sports. Jake Waterson (two) and Bryn Green scored for Britannia.
Jack Goring, Oliver Knight and Luke Walker scored for Kirkburton in their 3-0 win over bottom club Marsh United. Holme Valley Academicals still occupy the second relegation spot losing 3-1 at home to Kirkheaton Rovers. Andy Morris scoring for the Accies and Benjamin Hallitt, Mackenzie Longley and Oliver Martin scooring for Kirkheaton.
A Danny Conway double was not enough for Lepton Highlanders as they lost 8-2 at home to Huddersfield Laund Hill, whose goals were scored by James Knowles (three), Elliott Wilkinson (three), Nicholas Townend and Zach Nash.
In Division 3, Brook Motors held on to the second promotion place with a thumping 9-3 win over Holme Valley neighbours Hade Edge with goals from Dylan Brett (three), Kyle Silkstone (three), Richard Cooper (two) and Phil Rigby. Ashley Cutts scored all three for Hade Edge.
Moorside stay in third place with games in hand following their 3-1 win at home to Grange Moor Saints. Jason Evans, Lee Rowbotham and Joseph Fagan scored for Moorside with Michael Hall scoring for the Saints.
Meltham Athletic moved away from the relegation zone with a 2-0 win over Scissett with goals from Taylor McLachlan-Wilson and Luke Henighan.
AFC Volunteers lost their 100% record in Division 4 as an Adam Summerscales goal saw Wooldale Wanderers take the points in a 1-0 win. Saddleworth United remain in top spot following a 3-1 win away at Honley with goals from Tommy Bunn (two) and Shaun Roscoe with Sean Clegg scoring a consolation for Honley.
In the battle of the basement clubs Holmfirth Town beat Thorpe Giants 5-3 with goals from Rob Mitchell (three), Ben Wadsworth and Cain Bower. Oliver Hughes (two) and Liam Harker scored for the Giants.
Jay Wells struck five times for Mount in their 6-4 win over West End Park. Tristan Samuda scored the other for Mount whilst West End Park’s goals were scored by Nathan Clarke (two), Myles Hooley and Warren Shorrock.
In the reserve section Newsome stretched their lead at the top of Division 1 with a 5-2 win over Heywood Irish Centre with goals from Todd Calvert, Salyfullah Sulymans (two), Eddie Hemingway and Deon Simmonds with both Heywood’s goals scored by Carlton Balmer.
Second placed Berry Brow dropped points in a 3-3 draw with Britannia Sports. Scorers for the Brow were Lee Wharam, Dean Siddiq and Jonathan Pearson. Britannia’s goals were scored by Callum Durrans, Jack Taylor and James Meadows.
Over in Saddleworth Diggle had Liam Corns and Jack Marland on the scoresheet but lost to neighbours Fothergill and Whittles 4-2. Matthew Fallon (two), Joshua Baxter-Wild and Matthew Sutcliffe scoring for the visitors.
In Division 2 goals from Luke Webb (two) and Callum Westwood saw AFC Lindley retain top spot in a 3-1 win over Brook Motors whose goal was scored by Greg Killock.
Cumberworth moved up to third and hot on the heels second placed Kirkburton by beating them 3-0 with goals from Kane Bowker, Dean Harvey and Ethan Phelan.
Scholes A moved away from the relegation zone with a 6-2 win over Britannia Sports A with goals from Matthew Firth (two), Mark Bradley, Ronan Coleman, Gary Holes and Matthew Leonard. Simeon Yianni and Tashan Cockburn scored for Britannia. Ellis Mellor, Gareth Myers and Gary Parr were on the mark for Holmbridge as they beat Scissett 3-0.
Slaithwaite United remain leaders of Division 3 despite dropping points in a 2-2 draw at Skelmanthorpe. Matthew Heppleston and Jimmy Brothers scored for Shat and Dominick Moorhouse and Josh Moore scored for Slawit.
Berry Brow A kept the second promotion place by beating third placed Cumberworth A 5-1 with goals from Stephen Njenga (two), Jacob Ghani, Anuba Kator and Lucas Spencer with Joshua Hollings scoring the consolation for Cumberworth.
Andrew McCullie and Luke Williams scored as Netherton A beat Grange Moor Saints 3-0. Mount continued to climb off the foot of the table with a battling 2-2 draw with Linthwaite A with a brace from Paul Drake. Mark Johnson and Tom McReadie scoring for Linthwaite.
In Division 4, Sam Barraclough scored twice as Berry Brow B drew 2-2 with Cumberworth B whose goals were scored by Fin Balback and Ronan Greenwood.
Daniel Carr (three), Callum Chima (two), Jack Storrie and Steve Mitchell were all on the scoresheet as Kirkheaton Rovers beat Fothergill and Whittles A 7-2 to move up to fourth.
Scissett Development beat Hade Edge A 5-3 with goals from Joe Penrose (two), Greg Smith, Steve Chambers and Rory Grant. Andrew Daisey, Mike Boulares and Spencer Pearson scored for Hade Edge.
Lyndon Wells (two) and Lewis Abbot were on the mark for bottom club West End Park Development in their 5-3 loss to Honley whose goals were scored by Tim Marsh (three), Zak Rigby and Terry Murphy.
In the Huddersfield FA trophy Linthwaite Reserves made it through to the next round with a narrow 3-2 win over Netherton Reserves.