STORTHES HALL continued where they had left off from last week with a solid 4-0 victory against Ardsley Celtic in the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division.
They took the lead on six minutes when Michael Tunnacliffe helped on a throw-in and Matt Mulvihill slotted home.
Tunnacliffe was making Hall tick and created further chances for Mulvihill and Jowett who were just off target, before he hammered a shot narrowly wide before the break.
Hall continued to dominate after the break and on 62 minutes a poor goal kick was seized on by Chris Drew to send Jason Battye through to score.
Dion Smith smashed in the best goal of the game on 67 minutes before Battye cruised past a tiring defence to roll in the fourth on 85 minutes.
* Referee Elizabeth Simms had a calming effect when she took charge of the Division I clash between Kirkburton and Meltham last week.
Meltham won 3-0 with strikes from George Dawson (49 and 69mins) and Paul Hutson (73).
The closest Kirkburton came to scoring was in a goalmouth scramble on 78 minutes before the ball was cleared.
"It was refreshing to see the behaviour of the players and bad language was toned down compared to the vast majority of games," said Meltham secretary Neil Moorhouse.
"She was a quality referee and if this is how players react to having a female officials then we could do with more," he added.
Meltham's win puts them six points clear at the top.