GRAHAM PUGH netted a hat trick as Waterloo BC maintained their 100% record at the top of Division I in the Premsport Kirklees Sunday League.
Pugh netted once in the first half and twice in the second as Craven were thumped 7-2.
Waterloo made Craven pay for their mistakes and took a 4-0 lead into half time with Steven Campbell, Dave Woffenden and Michael Reynolds joining Pugh on the scoresheet.
Although not playing at their best, Waterloo controlled the game from start to finish and even though Craven got two consolation goals through Dave Brennan, Waterloo had already killed off the game with Pugh completing his hat trick and substitute Danny Russell adding a seventh in the closing minutes.
Town Boys also kept a winning record by beating Britannia Sports 2-1 at Salendine Nook.
Waqas Raza opened the scoring for Town Boys and, after Britannia equalised, he scored again to restore their lead by half time – Les Shade missing a penalty for Town Boys.
Britannia had the better of the second half, but Town Boys keeper Richard King was in fine form and saved well when called upon.
Black Bull secured sole third spot after they beat First Huddersfield 5-3.
The busmen led 2-0 before Scott Sykes pulled one back for Bull before the break.
Within 10 minutes of the restart Bull stormed into a 5-2 lead through Danny Simpson (lob), Sykes, Lee Bradley and David Gill (all with headers).
First scored again with a late penalty.
In Division II, joint leaders HD One and Walpole Community fought out a 4-4 draw at Leeds Road Playing Fields.
On target for HD One were Langfield, Newham, Ashford and Ambler.
Field Head recorded a 4-2 victory over Wellington to join the leaders on seven points.
Richard Taylor, Dan Wright (2) and Andy McKinley notched for Head, with David Noel and an own goal accounting for Wellington’s tally.
Barr Street earned their first victory, beating Woolpack (Almondbury) 5-0.
Anthony Furey (3) and Andy Littlewood (2) scored for Barr Street in a surprisingly even contest. The main difference was that Barr Street made the most of their limited chances.