St John Fisher extend 100 per cent record and move clear at top of Premier

Mirfield Towns Oliver rounding attempts to evade a challenge by Birstall CCs Kyle Walker.
Mirfield Towns Oliver rounding attempts to evade a challenge by Birstall CCs Kyle Walker.

St John Fisher increased their lead at the top of the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division to eight matches thanks to a 3-1 win over Navigation.

Dominic Simpson, Irfane Khan and Reece Pollard scored in a 3-1 win over Navigation as they picked up a fifth straight win and remain the only unbeaten team in the top flight.

Birstall Cricket Club climbed to second place after they won 3-2 against Mirfield Town thanks to a brace from Joe Lyttle plus one from Lee Heppenstall.

Jonathan Mitchell hit both goals for the visitors, who suffered a first defeat of the season and drop to fourth place.

Hanging Heaton Cricket Club earned their first point of the season after drawing 4-4 with The Yorkshireman in the only game played in the Championship.

Thomas Ramsden hit a hat-trick for the Cricketers who also had Connor Secker on target as Heaton moved off the foot of the table.

The Yorkshireman rescued a point as they replied through a Marcus Burton double, plus one apiece from Nathan Alexander and Joel Franklin.

Scholes Athletic moved joint top of Division One, level on 12 points with Old Bank, after Jonny Irvine hit a fantastic six goals in their 8-2 win at St Ignatius.

Mark Lambert and Dean Commins bagged the others with Gareth Matthews hitting a brace for St Ignatius.

Sam Hewitt fired a hat-trick as Ravenswharfe won their first match of the season beating Birstall St Patrick’s 5-3.

Danny Craven and Ben Smith hit the others, with Birstall replying through a Sam Tyrell double plus a Scot Minto penalty.

Clifton Rangers A moved up to second place in Division Two after Alex Bottomley and Andrew Wojchiewski hit two goals each in their 4-1 win over Wike Horse, who replied through Kane Grogan but were unable to prevent a fifth straight defeat.

Linthwaite Reserves inflicted a first defeat of the season on Westgate 23 as they won 5-3 thanks to a Ben Boulton double, plus strikes from Dom Moorehouse, Lee Johnson and an own goal as they moved off the bottom.