By Aidan Hopson
Holmbridge stay three points clear at the top of Division 1 following their 4-0 win at AFC Lindley with goals from Oliver Willitts (two), Sean Hazelden and Jordan Saville.
Linthwaite Athletic stay second following their 4-0 win at Skelmanthorpe with Max Morley, Jake Morley, Ryan Wadsworth and Oliver Taylor scoring the goals.
Fourth-placed Newsome drew 0-0 with bottom club Shepley and Dalton Dynamos beat Fothergill and Whittles 3-1.
Slaithwaite United with goals from Tom Dyson and Chris Wilkins drew 2-2 with Heywood Irish Centre whose goals were scored by Conor Clarke and Jordan Elvidge.
Danny Facey, Wayne Shooter, Lawal Lawal (two) and Luke Gibson scored for Berry Brow in their 5-0 win over second bottom Britannia Sports.
Dante Newell, Ben Stott (two), Coron Rowe, Jonathan Reilly, Jamal Simpson and Dareece Siddique scored as Deighton beat Huddersfield Laund Hill 7-2 to stay 11 points clear at the top of Division 2. Kris Turton and Nicholas Townend scored the consolations for Laund Hill.
Netherton, who are second with five games in hand, beat Scissett 3-0 with goals from Adam Lightowlers, Joel Denton and Alex Vickerman.
Kirkheaton Rovers missed out on second place dropping points in a 1-1 draw at Diggle. Robert Holroyd scored for Yetton with Will Rowland scoring for Diggle.
Lepton Highlanders beat Brook Motors 1-0 and Holme Valley Academicals had an excellent 4-0 win at Kirkburton with goals from Owen Sutton (two), Tega Uwanogho and Peter Yongman.
Two goals from Shaun Roscoe which took his tally to 28 for the season and two from Jack Stanton saw Saddleworth United cruise past Wooldale Wanderers 4-0 and lead Division 3 by four points.
Meltham Athletic are second with another blank week due to a postponed game. Honley are third following their hard-fought 3-1 win at AFC Volunteers who drop to fourth. Oliver Mansell-Taylor, Ben Lindley and Josh Rowbottom scored for Honley with Rhys Matthews scoring for the Volunteers.
Lewis Barden scored four as Hade Edge breezed past Marsden in a 6-1 win with Ashley Cutts and Andrew Daisey completing the scoring. Oliver Bingham scored for Marsden.
Brighouse Athletic made the short trip to Mount and came away with the points in a 2-1 win with goals from Perry Conor and Sebastian Ireland with Niall Henesey scoring for Mount.
Nathan Mayall (two), Cameron Wilkey, Jacob Bentley and Tim McNee scored as Grange Moor Saints beat Holmfirth Town 5-0.
In the reserve section, Division 1 Connor Steele’s hat-trick kept Dalton Dynamos in top spot after a 3-1 win over AFC Lindley with Jake Sykes scoring for Lindley.
Berry Brow in second place kept up the pressure on Dalton with an emphatic 8-0 win over Kirkburton. Joe Wilson (three), Lee Wharam (two), Dale Bain, Dean Siddiq and Rob Greenhalgh scored for the Brow.
Cumberworth lost to third-placed Fothergill and Whittles 3-1 and Heywood Irish Centre beat Deighton 8-1.
Chris Blakely hit four and Nathan Kavanaugh three as Linthwaite demolished Britannia Sports 10-1. Netherton beat Newsome 4-0 with Sam Bradley, Tom Yarwood, Sanraj Uppal and Chris Wright scoring for Netherton.
Berry Brow A went second in Division 2 with an 11-1 win over Grange Moor Saints with Luke McLoughlin hitting three for the Brow.
Rory McGrath, Simon Walsh (two), Phillip Smythe and Bailey Bedford scored for Holmbridge in their 5-1 win over Slaithwaite United to keep their six-point lead at the top.
Meltham Athletic went third with goals from Jonny Morgan (two), Coby Robshaw, Jonathan Newiss, Thomas Matthews and Luke Henighan in a 6-0 win over Brook Motors.
Adam France and Marc Rowland scored for Linthwaite Athletic A in their 2-1 win over Skelmanthorpe with Dan Hart scoring for Shat.
Holme Valley Academicals had an excellent 5-0 win over Cumberworth A with a hat-trick from the veteran Matthew Webster and further goals from Isaac Firth and Harry Walker.
Levi Brown, Callum Chima, Stuart Rose and Lewis Crank with his 29th goal of the season saw Kirkheaton Rovers keep top spot in Division 3 in a 4-0 win over Mount.
Dalton Dynamos Thirds stay second despite dropping points in a 4-4 draw with Honley. Fothergill and Whittles stay in third place after a 2-1 defeat to Wooldale Wanderers.
Ben Lodge (two) and Nathan Henighan scored as Berry Brow B beat Hade Edge Development 3-1 with Nathan Miller scoring for the Edge.
Stephen Brooke hit four as Almondbury Woolpack beat Brook Motors Development 6-2 with Conor Fitzel and Adam Lyons scoring the other goals for the Woolpack. Josh Armitage and Richard Denton scoring for the Motors.