Town finish as HW runners-up

Heckmondwike Town v Navagation'heckmondwike jamie wasley navagation jordan garbutt. (12031003)
Heckmondwike Town v Navagation'heckmondwike jamie wasley navagation jordan garbutt. (12031003)
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The Scotland wrapped up the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division title last week and Heckmondwike Town confirmed the runners-up spot with a 5-0 win at Littletown last Sunday.

Jamie Wasley and Rob Hiscox scored two each plus a strike from Adam Clayton.

St John Fisher laid the platform for third place after Rob Bordman hit six goals in their 9-1 victory at New Scarborough. Anthony Doran (brace) and Lee Wood fired the others, with Ryan Hill netting for New Scarborough.

They sealed the top three spot on Tuesday night when they beat Thornhill Lees 6-2 in their final match.

There was a hat-trick for Jake Gibson, Rob Bordman added two more to his tally and Jordan Midwood completed the scoring.

Towngate went down 6-2 at Thornhill Lees on Sunday. Tristan Cost and Scott Hargreaves both netted twice for Lees, who also had Jason Milner and Lee Brook on target. Avron Noel and Danny Facey struck for Towngate.

On Tuesday night Towngate ended thier season fourth despite a 5-2 win against Crown Leeds Road who had Dominic Karimi and Wayne Newsome on target.

On Sunday Crown Leeds Road who are, second-bottom beat Birstall St Patricks 4-0 in the basement battle.

Crown’s strikes came from Andrew Taylor (brace), Chris Hajdu and Dominic Karimi.

In Division One, New Inn Staincliffe confirmed third place with a 7-3 win at Oakwell Motel, who had Johnny Beverley, Andrew Gardner and Ben McCann on target.

Barr Street finish runners-up in Division Three after edging out St John Fisher Reseerves 3-2.

Josh Rodgers, Dwayne Wilkinson and Andrew Littlewood netted for Barr Street, with Fisher replying through a Dominic Simpson brace. Heckmondwike Sports Club beat Crown Leeds Road Reserves 2-0 thanks to strikes from Craig White and Richard Cope.

On Tuesday night Heckmondwike Sports lost 4-2 at home to Overthorpe Town Reserves to wrap up their league fixtures for another season.

Heckmondwike’s Jamie Wasley was on target against Littletown. (12031003)