HUDDERSFIELD Dragons Men’s Fourth team are unstoppable at the moment.
The Yorkshire Division VI North leaders maintained their unbeaten record this season with a 4-1 crushing of second-placed Boston Spa III and they remain four points clear at the top.
The Dragons dominated from the outset with Harry Cooper in inspired form down the right wing.
The Dragons had a host of chances with Shih Liang Foo scoring two, Walker bagging a goal and Greenberry finding the back of the net inside the first 20 minutes.
Although Boston Spa were more prominent in the second half, the Dragons continued to dominate play.
However, they were unable to turn dominance into goals as a succession of chances were wasted and Boston Spa managed to get a goal from a short corner – only the fourth they have conceded this season.
Rotherham II 2 Dragons Men III 4
AN unusually bright start from Huddersfield brought an early lead with an excellent strike into the top corner by captain Kullar in their Yorkshire Division III clash.
Home side Rotherham equalised with an own goal but the lead was restored by Balby, tapping in after an interchange between Kullar and Rob Kelly.
While Kelly managed to fire wide of an open goal from two yards, another good passing move resulted in Pritchard adding a third before half-time.
Rotherham pulled a goal back from a penalty corner but another goal from Kullar settled the issue.
Bradford III 1 Dragons Men V 2
IAN CLANCY and Paul Barker created the midfield platform for a Yorkshire Division VI North victory.
Despite a new line-up, a familiar pattern emerged with Dragons creating a number of chances but unable to take them in a goalless first half.
The Dragons broke the deadlock when Tom Cooper was first to a rebound from his own shot and slotted it through the keeper’s legs.
Bradford equalised with a goal from open play, but Dragons pressed forward again and were rewarded when Conrad Dales reacted quickly to a loose ball striking a first-time shot into the net.
Doncaster II 5 Dragons Ladies I 0
DRAGONS are having a bad run in the Northern League’s Division II South East
They played well during the first half and were able to attack the Doncaster D, but poor finishing cost them dearly.
Once behind, the Dragons just couldn’t get themselves back into it and Doncaster scored at regular intervals.
Dragons Ladies II 5 University of Leeds IV 1
SARAH BLACKBURN put Dragons ahead in this Yorkshire League Division II clash and they never looked back.
Becky Pinder was not to be outdone and quickly got her first and second goals to open a 3-0 lead.
Hannah James quickly added a fourth in the second half but, unfortunately, Leeds got one back from a very dubious corner.
However, this simply spurred the Dragons again and Pinder ran through the Leeds team to score a superb solo goal and complete another stunning team performance.
University of Leeds V 3Dragons Ladies III 0
DRAGONS battled well and were still level with only 10 minutes left to play in this Yorkshire Division IV meeting.
After having a goal disallowed, however, the Dragons let their standards slip and Leeds managed to score a goal.
The home side then got two more in quick succession to seal victory.