By Aidan Hopson

Deighton went top of the Premier Division beating Britannia Sports 7-2 with the goals shared around.

The scorers were Dareece Siddique (two), Devonte Gayle, Jamal Simpson, Kymarley Vincent, Dante Newell and Coron Rowe. Chris Fowler and James Meadows scored for Britannia.

Berry Brow slipped down to third when they were held to a 4-4 draw with Kirkheaton Rovers. Daniel Facey, Thomas Oakes and Kyle Walton (two) scored for the Brow whilst Gavin Armitage (two), Jack Denligh-White and Ben Hallitt scored for Kirkheaton.

Rob Parr scored the only goal of the game as Holmbridge beat Netherton in a hard fought but entertaining game.

Max Morley, Jake Morley (two) and Connor Beaumont scored as Linthwaite Athletic beat neighbours Slaithwaite United 4-0 to maintain their 100% record and move into second place.

Dalton Hotel beat Shepley 3-1 and Newsome beat AFC Lindley 5-1 with goals from Dwayne Wilkinson, Todd Calvert (two), George Sommerville and Doran Jordan with Josh Wrigley scoring for Lindley.

In Division 1 Diggle moved up to second place by beating neighbours Moorside 3-2 with goals from Sam Bagshaw, Jason Owen and Mitchell Bryden.

Lepton Highlanders travelled to Almondbury Woolpack and came away with the points in a 3-1 win with goals from Danny Conway (two) and Nick Hurrell. Joel Cartledge scored for the Woolpack.

Holme Valley Academicals recorded their first win of the season with goals from Owen Sutton and Matthew Webster beating Skelmanthorpe 2-1. Jacob Hawke scored for Shat.

Lewis Hanson (two), Joseph Lockwood and Luke Hanson scored as Kirkburton beat Huddersfield Laund Hill 4-3. Joe Fitzpatrick, Jordan Jaber and Zach Nash scored for Laund Hill.

Images from Holmbridge v Netherton by: SEAN DOYLE

Berry Brow Reserves went top of Division 2 on goal difference following their 4-0 win over Dalton Hotel. Scorers for the Brow were Lawal Lawal (two), Andrew Roberts and Connor Kelly.

Cumberworth recorded their first win of the season beating AFC Volunteers 4-3 with goals from William Kilner, Jonathan McKinley (two) and Harry Stubbs.

Perry Connor scored for Brighouse Athletic in their 1-1 draw with Newsome Reserves. Eddie Hamlett scored for Newsome.

Brandon Aka hit a hat-trick for Deighton Reserves in their 3-3 draw with Meltham Athletic. Connor Lockwood-Jackson and Jack Ellis-Pownall (two) scored for Meltham.

Berry Brow A remain top of Division 3 after their hard fought 2-1 win over Holmfirth Town. Anbua Kator scored twice for the Brow with Adam Williams scoring for Holmfirth.

Holmbridge Reserves comfortably beat Britannia Sports Reserves 6-0 with goals from Felix Beaumont (three), Isaac Holroyd, Robbie Peto and Phil Smythe.

Zack Bissolati and Daniel Tindall scored for Meltham Athletic Reserves in their 2-1 win over Slaithwaite United Reserves with Joshua Roberts scoring for Slawit. Skelmanthorpe Reserves move up to third place following their 5-3 win over Hade Edge.

In the only game played in Division 4, Linthwaite A beat Netherton A 5-1 with goals from Lewis King, Morgan Taylor (two), Nicky Pike and Michael Lord. Tashan Cockburn scored for Netherton.

Deighton A stay top of Division 5 after their 6-3 win over Fenton United with goals from Alan Nicholls (two), Isaac McDonald, Martin Hirst, Sajjad Ahmed and Kyle Matthews.

Makaully-Leo Smith-Wike scored for Britannia A in their 4-1 loss to Almondbury Woolpack Reserves. Tre Duke Alexander, Daniel Bradley (two) and Ryan Kennedy scored for the Woolpack.

Adam Khan and Umais Khan (two) scored for Allerton in their 3-2 win over Brook Motors. Robbie Greenway hit four as Honley Reserves move up to second place following their 11-3 win over Hade Edge Development.

Kieran Arterton, Michael Firth (two), Reece Moore and Sam Dawson scored for Mount Reserves in their 5-1 win over Cumberworth A. Anthony Higham scored for Cumberworth.

In the Sheffield County FA Saturday Trophy, Scissett lost 1-0 to Yorkshire Amateur League side Nostell Miners Welfare Thirds.