GREETLAND maintained their eight-point lead at the top of Division II of the Under 11s League with victory at Dewsbury Rangers.
The home side scored twice in a highly-competitive game but two goals from Jamie Tomlinson, another two from Will Calligan and one from Jacob Whitehouse secured a 5-2 win and three points for the leaders.
In the same division, Netherton struck seven times to ensure a comfortable win over Brighouse.
Despite scoring twice, Brighouse were unable to match Netherton who picked up a 7-2 triumph with goals from Joel Rushworth (two), Lucio Spencer, Kade Dearnley and a Robbie Greenwood hat trick.
Lepton’s promotion push from Division 4B of the Under 12s was put on hold when they suffered a surprise 4-2 home defeat against Brighouse.
Two goals for Highlanders was not enough as Brighouse’s four came from Louie Elwin, Logan Massey, Alex Werner and Regan Metcalfe.
Upperthong remain among the Under 13 Division III leaders following a very comfortable win over Shelf.
The Calderdale side could only muster one goal in the game, but replies from Cameron Sharp (four), Anthony Dawson, Reece Hudson and Oliver Charlesworth gave Upperthong a 7-1 victory.
Despite scoring five times, Brighouse Sports returned from Hall Green empty handed as they suffered a 6-5 defeat in Under 13s Division 4B.
Mustafa Mwinyi scored twice and Harry Horsley, Michael Wood and Mason Sharpe grabbed one each for Brighouse.
But replies from Liam Sweeney (2), Luke Burnett (2), Laurence Trueman-Clark and Aaron O’Neil gave Hall Green United only their second win of the season.
Deighton almost pulled off the shock result of the day when they went down by the odd goal in nine against the Under 14 Division 1 league leaders.
With only three draws for their efforts this season, Deighton sit at the bottom of the division and hopes of a change in their position looked slim as they prepared for an away day at Skelmanthorpe.
Perrin and a Jordan McLaughlin hat trick were just not quite enough as Skelmanthorpe held on to top spot with goals from Ingham (2), Joseph Young, Max Mallinson and Alfie West.