SPORTING Club Shepley maintained their three point advantage over FC Varsity at the top of Division I with a comprehensive 7-2 win at Waterloo BC.
Despite being held 1-1 at the interval, Shepley showed their class in the second half.
Goals from Danny Ingham (3), Jason Thorpe, Sam Haigh, Scott Fulton and a 20 yard screamer from Lyam Gill were enough to wrap up the victory for Shepley.
Nigel Reid (pen) and Steven Campbell scored for Waterloo.
Second placed Varsity maintained the pressure on Shepley as they also notched up a 7-2 scoreline against Foresters.
Varsities prolific Chris Redmile scored four times for his side.
Woodfield Park stay in contention after a high scoring 7-5 victory over basement side Helion.
Matthew Mulvihill and Karl Ross led the way with a brace each for Park.
In Division II Barge Albion increased their lead at the top to two points, while inactive Barr Street dropped from second to fourth.
Danny Core, Jamie Cartledge, Dave Woffenden and Paddy Hirst scored for Barge in their 4-2 win over Woolpack.
Woolpack, who were 2-0 down in the first half, managed to get themselves back in the game thanks to long range strikes from Newburn and Hawkyard.
They then failed to convert a number of great chances with the Barge keeper in top form.
They were made to pay as defensive errors let Barge in for two late goals to clinch the victory.
Huddersfield Irish Centre climbed to joint fourth after a useful 7-3 win over Meltham Victoria Park.
JP Flynn was MOM for Irish with three goals.
In the interdivisional fixture Field Head and Pak Rangers played out an exciting 4-4 draw.
Lance Hanson scored all Rangers’ goals to put them in control at 4-1.
However, they were made to pay for their complacency as they were pegged back by Field Head in the second half.
Reece Jowett, Richard Turner and Dan Wright (2) scored for Head.
Britannia were the only successful KSL side in the West Riding County FA Trophy Round Two after they beat Peel Park Avenue 8-5.
Britannia were eight goals up thanks to braces from Doran Jordan and Bob Elliot.
However, they conceded five after an outfield player was forced to play in goal.
Other sides to fall were Wellington – who were defeated 7-0 by Three Horses Keighley and Walpole Community – who went down 4-1 to Eyrie.