NICK SPUR was on target with a brace to give GMB Meltham’s Division II runners-up chances a huge boost when they beat Division I side Woodfield Park 2-1.
Meltham and First Huddersfield are level on 26 points with one game each remaining.
But Meltham will get the nod if a head-to-head countback is required because as they have beaten the busmen twice in their previous encounters.
In last weekend’s Inter-Divisional games Britannia Sports earned a 5-2 victory over First Huddersfield with goals from Alex Pearson (2), Danny Walker, Doran Jordan and Josh Redshaw.
Ben Clayton-Smith was in good form in Britannia’s goal to deny First’s forwards – particularly with a brilliant tip around the post from a Liam Fallas’ effort.
On target for the busmen were Mick Dyson and George Washington and the team gave a good account of themselves despite being without key players Craig Fellows, Chris Munroe, Chris Hartwell and Paul Roper.
Pak Rangers made up for the previous week’s shock defeat against Division II Helion to beat Division II basement side Real Dalton 6-1 at Leeds Road Playing Fields.
Abdul Leftisi (2), Imran Saddiq (2), Zaman Ulah and Shahzed Mohammed were on target for the winners.
In their midweek match Rangers also chalked up a victory when they beat First Huddersfield 2-0 with goals from Aamer Gaffer and Abdul Leftisi.
The result moved them up to third place in Division I.
Armitage Bridge-based Athletico Monkey beat Real Dalton 5-0 in their midweek clash with goals from Dean Siddiq (2), Danny Ryan, Alastair Delooze and Simon Davies, to extend their lead over Britannia Sports to six points, but having played two more games.
However if Monkey and Britannia win up, Monkey will take the title, as they have taken six points from Britannia, if a countback is required.