By Aidan Hopson

Newsome kept their 100% record with a seventh straight win to stay top of Division 1 beating Diggle 3-1 with goals from Josimar Bradshaw, Todd Calvert and George Sommerville.

Holmbridge slipped down to third losing 4-3 at home to Heywood Irish Centre. Goals for Holmbridge came from Seb Allen, Max Morley and Sam Hobson while Jordan Elvidge, Kieran Mayall and Damien Murray (two) scored for Heywood.

Linthwaite Athletic moved up to second with goals from Alistair Snowden (two), Ryan Wadsworth (two) and Jake Morley in a 5-2 win over Berry Brow. Wayne Shooter and Niall Dobson scored for the Brow.

Scholes travelled to bottom club Shelley and goals from Bailey Bedford, Jordan Saville and Gary Holmes saw them take the points back to the Holme Valley in a 3-0 win.

Sam Haigh (two), Damian Sykes and Daniel Simpson were all on the mark for Shepley as they beat Fothergill and Whittles 4-3. Elliott Keen and Ryan Heeley (two) scored for the visitors.

Slaithwaite United won their first home game of the season with goals from Ashley Beardsall, Andrew Chadwick and Tom Dyson (two) in their 4-2 win over Skelmanthorpe. Goals for Skelmanthorpe were by James Capewell and Jack Hepworth.

Dalton Dynamos stay top of Division 2 narrowly winning away at Britannia Sports 4-3 with goals from Simon Lee, Sam Hirst, Jordan McMinn and Brandon Smith. Jack Waterson (two) and Danny Walker scored for the home side.

Almondbury Woolpack won their first home game of the season beating bottom club Marsh United 4-2 with goals from Zach Hardaker, Owen Restall and Courtney Allert (two).

Ben Boustead was Kirkburton’s hero scoring the only goal in their 1-0 win over Huddersfield Laund Hill. Netherton travelled to Cumberworth and came away with the points with goals from Ryan Burchael, Michael Carter, Chris Patefield and Sam Jepson in a 4-0 win.

Daniel Conway and Matthew Townend were on the mark as Lepton Highlanders beat Kirkheaton Rovers 2-1, with Nathan Goddard scoring for Kirkheaton.

Ryan Binney and Godpower Ishaku scored for AFC Lindley as they narrowly beat Holme Valley Academicals 2-1. Chris Lokoy scored for the Accies.

Deighton went 10 points clear at the top of Division 3 with their tenth straight win. Cartworth Moor were on the wrong end of the scoreline losing 11-1.

Deighton’s goals came from the prolific Jamal Simpson (five), Brenton Williams, Romell Simpson, Ben Stott (two) and Kahalil Shafiq (two). James Munro scored the consolation goal for Cartworth.

Hade Edge comfortably beat bottom club AFC Dalton 4-0 with goals from Lewis Bardon, Luke Evans, Brad Taylor and Cameron Young.

Meltham Athletic, despite goals from Owen Legg and Joseph Morgan, were beaten at home by Brook Motors whose goals were scored by Dylan Brett (two), Ashley Hyde, Alex Roberts and Phil Rigby.

Cameron Wilkey and Seth Quesne scored for Grange Moor Saints in their 6-2 loss to Marsden Cuckoos. Goals for the Cuckoos were scored by Fraser Hepplestone, John Conheeney (two), Luke Haigh (two) and Steven Preston.

Wooldale Wanderers stay top of Division 4 with a 5-3 win at Flockton. Goals for Flockton were scored by Ben Brook (two) and Chris Coles.

Honley took the points in the game against Holme Valley neighbours Holmfirth Town with goals from Zach Ainley and Josh Rowbottom in a 2-1 win.

Mount entertained Brighouse Athletic and came out on top in a see saw game, 4-3. In a high scoring game West End Park came out on top against Thorpe Giants in a 13-5 win. Scorers for the Giants were Jordan Boam (two) and Thomas McCabe (three). West Ends’ scorers were Warren Shorrock (three), Jack McDermott (two), Kyle Wilcock, Kyle Kershaw, Joshua Wood (four) and Nathan Clarke.

In the reserve section Berry Brow moved up to third in Division 1 with goals from Dean Siddiq and Dale Neary in a 2-1 win over Dalton Dynamos.

Netherton lost at home 2-0 to Linthwaite Athletic whose goals were scored by Jacob Woods and Chris Blakely.

Ashley Senior scored for Scholes in their game against Deighton but ended up on the losing side as goals from Kyle Matthews, Javan Allison, Omar Sinclair and Liam Royal won the points for Deighton in a 4-1 win.

Will Winnard (two), Ethan Pearson (two) and Marshall Johnstone scored for Britannia A in their 5-1 win over Almondbury Woolpack whose goal was scored by Nathan Broadbent.

Kirkburton stay top of Division 2 with a hard fought 3-2 win at Scissett. Callum Geldart and Tom Ryalls scored for Scissett whilst Jack Smith, Isaac Donaldson and Joseph Lockwood scored for Kirkburton.

Scholes A and AFC Lindley shared the points in a rare 0-0 draw. Brook Motors with goals from John Lodge (two), Michael Foster and Dominic Botchway just squeezed past Meltham Athletic in a 4-3 win. Meltham’s’ goals were scored by Gabriel Cattell (two) and Connor Lockwood-Jackson.

Cumberworth travelled to the Sands Siro to play Holme Valley Academicals and goals from Jamie Moore (three), Ethan Phelan (two), Ashley Weatherhead and Ben Mallinson saw them comfortably win 7-2. Matt Hale and Connor Berry scoring for the Accies.

Berry Brow A top Division 3 after a 4-1 win away at Deighton A with goals from Raymond Chingombe (three) and Cameron Ghaffar. Martin Hirst scored for Deighton.

Skelmanthorpe are up to second after a Jimmy Brothers hattrick in a 3-1 win over Cumberworth A. Taylor Hartley scored the consolation goal for Cumberworth.

Grange Moor Saints with a goal from George Stead drew with Linthwaite A 1-1 whose goal was scored by Damon Ellam. Billy Walsh, George Bailey and Daryl Lockwood scored for Mount in their 3-1 win at Wooldale.

Fothergill and Whittles travelled to Berry Brow B and took home the points with goals from Samuel Bridgewood and Matthew Fallon in a 2-0 win.

Dean Cudjoe (two), Richard Willey (two) and Samuel Atkinson scored for Kirkheaton as they moved up to third in the division in their 5-0 win over Brook Motors Development.

Dalton Dynamos A stay top of Division 4 with a convincing 8-1 win over West End Park development. Lyndon Wells scored the goal for West End Park.

Hade Edge A travelled to Honley and won 6-3 with goals from Eddie Dalton, Mike Boulares (two), Andrew Daisey (two) and Daniel Holmes. James Coates and Terry Murphy (two) scoring for Honley.

Scissett Development with goals from Joe Penrose (three), David Chew (two), Joshua Jones (two) and Tom Irving beat Cumberworth B 8-2. Ethan Lear and Paul Wells scoring for Cumberworth.