Trio fly the Heavy Woollen flag in County Sunday Cup

Lower Hopton's Sylbert Stewart attempts to beat Carlton Athletic's Sam Graham during last Saturday's West Riding County Cup clash.

Lower Hopton's Sylbert Stewart attempts to beat Carlton Athletic's Sam Graham during last Saturday's West Riding County Cup clash.

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The Heavy Woollen Sunday League have three representatives through to the West Riding County Cup fourth round.

Premier Division champions Birkenshaw recorded an impressive 3-1 win at home to Boroughbridge and now travel to King George on January 4.

St John Fisher earned a 6-2 win at JB Celtic and entertain Peel Park in the fourth round.

Overthorpe Sports bowed out, losing 7-0 at Sherwood, who now travel to Woodman Batley Carr in the fourth round after they became the third local side through after a 5-3 win at White Eagles

Millbridge WMC climbed to third in the Heavy Woollen Premier Division after Luke Sherman (brace), Liam Gowan and Joe Hewitt all struck in a 4-1 win over Oakwell Motel, who replied through Jack Anderson.

County Cup commitments meant there were no other games played in the top flight last Sunday, with Thornhill Lees remaining three points clear at the top.

Mirfield Town’s unblemished run towards the Championship title continued as they beat nearest rivals Woodkirk Valley 7-3 to open up a 15-point lead at the top.

Jonathan Mitchell and Adam Brown both netted twice, with Chris Meeson, Elliott Smith and Kieran Corley completing the tally. Gavin Huxall (two) and Matthew Moon replied for Woodkirk.

Dominic Prendergast’s goal earned Heckmondwike Sports Club a point in their 1-1 draw with St John Fisher Reserves, a result that sees Heckmondwike maintain fourth place.

Barr Street rise to fifth following a 1-0 win over Hartshead, with Andrew Wright hitting the game’s only goal.

Tom Williams (brace), Declan Dawson and Jonny Smith all netted in Birstall St Patricks’ 4-4 draw with Taylor.