By Aidan Hopson

Lawal Lawal hit a hat-trick as Berry Brow went top of the Premier Division in a 7-2 win over Shepley. Luke Gibson, Tom Brown and substitute Kyle Walton also scored for the Brow and Sam Haigh and Jack Goring scored for Shepley.

Sam Testa scored a 92nd minute goal as AFC Lindley picked up their first win of the season with a hard-fought 3-2 defeat of Slaithwaite United. 

Johnathan Krishnapillal, and Thomas White completed the scoring for Lindley. Ashley Beardsall and Adam Bower scored for Slawit.

Deighton slumped to their first defeat in a 1-0 loss at Holmbridge who had Adam Green to thank for the only goal of the game.

Lewis Crank, Jack Denligh-White, Robert Holroyd and Benjamin Hallitt scored for Kirkheaton Rovers in their 4-1 win over Newsome. Doran Jordan scored for Newsome.

In Division 1 Saddleworth United went top following their 6-1 win over Kirkburton. Almondbury Woolpack beat Moorside 6-3 with goals from James Acquah (three), Adam Lyons (two) and Aiden Harvey-Franklin. Joe Fagan, Jason Evans and Kieran Thomasson scored for Moorside.

Lepton Highlanders travelled over to Diggle and came home with the points with goals from James Keenan and Danny Conway (two) in a 3-2 win. Mitchell Bryden and Joe Owen scored for Diggle.

Brighouse Athletic recorded their first win of the season with goals from Perry Connor (two) and Jonathan Jones in a 3-2 defeat of Linthwaite Athletic Reserves.

Meltham Athletic went three points clear at the top of Division 2 following their 5-0 win over bottom club Cumberworth. Gareth Brewin, Matthew Henighan (two) and Jack Ellis-Pownall scoring for Meltham.

Deighton Reserves beat Wooldale Wanderers 6-2 and Newsome Reserves beat Dalton Hotel Reserves 3-2. Nathan Myers and Connor Steele scored for Grange Moor Saints in their 2-0 win over  Netherton Reserves.

Berry Brow A went five points clear at the top of Division 3 with a hard fought 2-1 win over Holmbridge Reserves with Stephen Njenga scoring both. Lewis Elsy scored the consolation for the Bridge.

Zach Bissoloti scored the only goal of the game as Meltham Athletic Reserves beat Mount. Lewis Haigh and Danny Phillips scored for Skelmanthorpe Reserves in their 2-1 win at Holmfirth Town. Terence Howe scored for Holmfirth.

Slaithwaite United Reserves moved up to second place in the division with goals from Isaac Brown (two), Jordan Cropper and Damien Allen in their 4-0 win over AFC Lindley Reserves.

Kirkheaton Rovers Reserves made it seven wins from seven to top Division 4 in a 5-0 win over Netherton A. Goals for Yetton came from Levi Brown, Ben Stone, Alfie Dransfield and Michael Calvert (two).

Curtis Irubor and Blaine Rowan scored for Holme Valley Academicals Reserves as they picked up their first point of the season in a 2-2 draw with Diggle Reserves. Diggle who go second in the table had Sam Carr and Charlie Hall on the scoresheet.

David Turner (two) and William Blake scored as Cumberworth Reserves moved up to third place in their 3-2 win over Berry Brow B. Sam Barraclough and Martin Charles scoring for the Brow. Dalton Hotel A lost to Scissett Reserves 4-2. Wooldale Wanderers Reserves beat Linthwaite Athletic A 3-2 with goals from Anthony Hutt (two) and Callum Sykes. Ben Hepworth and Aldin Susic scored for Linfit.

Deighton A kept top spot in Division 5 following their 5-3 win at Brook Motors with a hat-trick from Courtney Allert and goals from Emick Katika and Sajjad Ahmed. Richard Denton, Josh Armitage and Thomas Booth scored for the Motors.

Veteran Eddie Dalton scored twice for Hade Edge Development in their 5-2 loss to Almondbury Woolpack Reserves. On the scoresheet for the Woolpack were Stephen Brook (two), Damien Randerson and Hamzah and Ibrahaim Haddouche.

Jack Wood scored seven as Skelmanthorpe A overwhelmed bottom club Britannia Sports A 9-0. Fenton United picked up more points in beating Cumberworth A 5-3. Mohammed Ibrahaim scored four as Allerton drew with Fothergill and Whittles Reserves 7-7. Umais Khan (two) and Mohammed Waleed Imran completed the scoring for Allerton.

In the West Riding County Challenge Cup, Linthwaite Athletic beat Aberford Albion from the West Yorkshire League 2-1 and Netherton beat Britannia Sports 5-0. Alex Vickerman, Alfie Brown, Michael Carter (two) and Joel Denton scored for Netherton.

In the West Riding County Challenge Trophy, West Yorkshire League sides Horsforth St Margarets’ C beat Britannia Sports Reserves 12-2 and Horsforth St Margarets’ B beat Holme Valley Academicals 9-0.

Berry Brow Reserves were simply too good for Collegians Reserves from Yorkshire Amateur League with the final score 13-0.

Honley made the long trek up to Keighley to play Craven District League side FC Keighley United. Ben Lindley (three), Joe Kelly (two) and Sam Mannion scored for Honley in a 6-2 win.

Michael Roebuck and Jermaine Edwards both scored hat-tricks for Honley Reserves in their 9-1 over Old Centralians Seconds. Middleton Park from the Yorkshire Amateur League Championship Division beat AFC Volunteers 3-0 and Harrogate District League side Ventus Yeadon Celtic beat Huddersfield Laund Hill 6-3.