Navigation move four points clear at top of table

St John Fishers Dominic Simpson takes on Mounts Mohammed Pandor.St John Fishers Dominic Simpson takes on Mounts Mohammed Pandor.
St John Fishers Dominic Simpson takes on Mounts Mohammed Pandor.
Navigation moved four points clear at the top of the HW Sunday League Championship after Dave Blakeley (two), Chris Smith and Lee Bennett netted in a 4-0 win over third placed Hartshead.

Heckmondwike Sports Club lie second following a 5-1 win at Marsh. Craig White hit four goals, with Joe Armour scoring the other. Marc Harrison struck Marsh’s consolation.

Kadean Fogarthy hit a hat-trick and Daniel Stuart a brace as Deighton WMC won 7-2 at Birstall St Patrick’s.

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Dale Joy and Alan Elvidge were also on the scoresheet, while Jean-Marie Julienne netted both goals for Birstall.

The Yorkshireman continue to lead the way in Division One after they demolished Batley Celtics 11-2.

Nathan Alexander hit a hat-trick, Darryl Senior and Joel Franklin bagged two each, with Martin Wood, Leon Pinnock, Devon Johnson and Richard Woodward completing the tally. Batley replied through Craig Shingleton and an own goal.

Hanging Heaton CC climbed to second place after Tom Ramsden (hat-trick) and Jamie Baulk scored in a 4-3 win at FC Liversedge, who replied through Lee McKeown (two) and Jamie Fawcett.

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Craig Wood bagged a hat-trick as Scholes Athletic beat bottom side St Ignatius 7-0.

David Blackburn, Gary Abbey and James Crines hit the others to give Scholes only their second win of the season.

Old Bank WMC lead Division Two by six points after Joshua Cooke hit five goals in an 8-0 win at Clifton Rangers A. James Nicholls, Robert Evans and Danny Galindo bagged the others.

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