Blades Draw Super League: Seven up Sportsman stay unbeaten, Tom Whiting breaks league record
Chris Winters and James Archer both scored twice as Norton Sportsman maintained their unbeaten record in the Blades Draw Super League with a 7-1 win over Royal Earl.
Chris Lewis, Michael Gibbons and Conner Pryde also found the net to consign Earl to their heaviest ever league defeat.
Tom Whiting set a new league record by scoring his fourth consecutive hat trick in Redmires’ 5-0 victory over Norton Oaks.
Jon Wall added a brace for the second-placed side.
Whiting has now scored 81 CBC Premier Division goals in little more than three seasons.
Crookes remain top as both veteran Pete Smith and Ehsan Mohammad scored twice in an impressive 8-0 win against Oughtibridge WM.
The closest game saw Wickersley Youth beat Wadsley Bridge Pheasant thanks to a single first half Josh Kirkland strike and some inspired goalkeeping by Adam Ogden.
Stannington Village came from a goal down to move up a place with a 4-2 victory at Cobden View.
Callum Shaw hit a hat trick as Cotts maintained their perfect Division One record with a 5-1 victory against Colley.
Handsworth Inn Pub are right behind them after a Chad Gibson treble helped them to a 5-1 victory over New Bohemians.
A Joe Renshaw double helped Eckington Boys stay third with a 4-2 victory over Southey Social and Brinsworth Phoenix moved up to fourth after a Jack Hawkes treble helped them to gain a narrow 4-3 victory over Boynton Sports.
Despite two Ben Southwell strikes, FC Inter dropped a place after being held to a 2-2 draw by Sheffield Sixers.
Mosborough Reds climbed to third in Division Two as Josh Smith and Terence Ncube doubles helped them to an impressive 6-1 victory at Wadsley Jack Athletic.
Jubilee Rangers remain just behind them after a Harry Trotter double helped them beat Beighton Magpies 6-0.
The day’s biggest win saw an Adam Simpson hat trick help Chapeltown RBL to a 9-0 success against Killamarsh Juniors.
Prince of Wales claimed their first win of the season, a 4-1 victory at Woodhouse Juniors.