HEYWOOD IC’s cup trip to Nottingham ended in a 3-1 defeat by Scots Grey.
Lee Bradshaw’s first half penalty was their only score as they went in 2-1 down at the break.
Heywood hoped they could reverse this in the second half but were kept at bay.
However, Heywood were awarded a second penalty but this time Lee Bradshaw missed the target and the chance to equalise.
In the last minute Scots Grey broke away to score and get a rather flattering 3-1 scoreline. Heywood’s are now looking for success in the West Riding FA Sunday Cup.
Kirkheaton Lib’s defence had tightened up prior to the weather break, but were all at sea against a Lindley WMC side who netted ten times without reply, putting them on 106 goals scored in Division II.
Karl Jones hit the target five times along with a brace each from Graham McLachlan and Brighton Mugadza and Jimmy Meadows completing the scoring.
The result put Lindley WMC clear as league leaders.
After recent improvement Rope Walk did not have the best of days going down to Thornhill Arms 4-0. Taljit Singh, Hardip Gossal, Dean Lewis and Hardy scoring the goals.
In the Inter-DIvisional competition Golcar Con continued their challenge for Division II championship honours as they saw off Division I bottom side Wellington Westgate 7-1 which puts them joint second and having two games in hand. The result gives them a goals for total of 88.
Carl Aitken, Tom McCreadie, Antony Beever, Gary Hirst, Johnson (2) and am own goal completing the scoreline with Dominic Harris solitary reply, the third side inn the Division II promotion mix Rose and Crown found Division I side Honley Socialist a much harder proposition.
The first half was somewhat of a non event apart from Honley missing the target in the first minute then on 40 minutes a double save by R & C keeper Danny Konyk keep them out only for Danny Knutton to put Honley 1 up on the stroke of half time.
Rose and Crown started the second half well and on 57 minutes Darren Blower equalised with a header and on 60 minutes from a free kick went close again.
On 67 minutes Ben Marsh put Honley ahead only for Blower equalise three minutes later watching on to a long ball from the keeper.
With ten minutes to go Marcus Clough, Honley’s keeper made a very important double save as with only five minutes to go Kuntton netted the winner for Honley.
Cricketers Arms consolidated their top spot position in Division I with a 9-2 defeat of mid Division II side Gas Club. Jackie Walker and Marcus Thomas notching hat tricks.