Navigation maintain pressure on front runners

Joel Farrar's brace helped Birkenshaw Reserves secure victory.
Joel Farrar's brace helped Birkenshaw Reserves secure victory.

Navigation remain a point behind HW Sunday League Division One leaders Deighton WMC following an 8-1 victory over Yorkshireman.

Gareth Saville led the way with a hat-trick, with Bobby Campbell, Dave Blakeley, Dave Smith, Lee Bennett and Tom Heaton also netting. Simeon Fletcher hit The Yorkshireman’s consolation.

Deighton sailed into an early 3-0 lead at home to bottom side Overthorpe Sports Reserves. Elliott Brooke pulled one back for the visitors but Deighton hung on to win 3-1.

Previous leaders Ravenswharfe were beaten 4-2 by Town Rangers, despite goals from Lee Poskitt and Matt Hepworth.

Joe Hill and Steve Day scored for Bay Horse East Ardsley, but they went down 5-2 at Dewsbury Westside.

Birkenshaw Reserves won 4-1 at Battyeford Reserves thanks to Joel Farrar (two), Ajesh Patel and Stephen Smith. Lee Halstead replied.

Punch Bowl lost 4-3 at Clifton Rangers, despite goals from Liam Curtis, Ryan Foster and Kyle Kershaw.

FC Liversedge are five points clear at the top of Division Two after a 9-2 demolition of Clifton Rangers Reserves.

Kyle Smith hit four goals, Richard Naylor fired a brace, with Lee McKeown, Danny Stocks and Danny Mountain also finding the net.

Six Lane Ends are second after winning 7-0 at bottom side Snowdon.

Sam Hetherington hit a hat-trick as Hanging Heaton CC won 7-2 against St Ignatius. Jamie Baulk netted a brace, with Dave Hall and Chris Goodair completing Heaton’s tally. Tim Blackburn and Andy Hill replied for St Ignatius.