DALTON Dynamoes Under 14s are finally off the mark this season with victory over Westend.
The two struggling Third Division sides met at Rawthorpe High and, although Westend scored through Tindall and Craig Winstrop, the Dynamoes responded with strikes from Gianmario Busia (2), Jordan McMinn, Lewis Antwi and Reece Simpson.
Under 15 title hopefuls Wyke Wanderers were the visitors at Honley and, although the home side are floundering at the bottom end of the division, newly-promoted Wanderers had to be in top form to maintain their unbeaten start.
A goal from Dylan Brett and two each for Thomas Rose and Michael Hirst kept the Wanderers on their toes throughout, but Honley’s attempts to cause an upset were foiled as Wyke went on to secure a 9-5 victory with strikes from Thomas Ponter, Joseph Vickers, Ben Baker (2), Thomas Yeadon (2) and a hat trick from Muli Simpasa.
In the same division, Rastrick stay among the leading group thanks to a 4-0 win over Collegians.
Joshua Simpson (2), Callum Lewis and Luke Ellis-Craven struck the goals for Rastrick.
Meanwhile, in Division II of the Under 15s, Penistone’s promotion hopes remain on course after victory over Heckmondwike.
Logan Hall struck Heckmondwike’s goal but replies from Tom Adams (2), Jack Lockwood, Daniel Williams and Jow Cross ensured another three points to move Penistone into second place.
Golcar United propelled themselves into Under 16 title contention with solid 6-1 win at Skelmanthorpe.
Tibbett, Sharif, Martin (2) and Kennedy (2) scored the goals to move United into second place in Division I.
A third drawn game leaves Netherton Under 16s still looking for a first win as they struggle to get away from the bottom of Division II.
Joyce scored for 3D Dynamos but a goal for Aveyard ensured another point for Netherton, who must surely be within touching distance of a first win.
Third Division Honley moved into the third round of the Under 16 County Cup with a superb away win at Ilkley Town.
Sykes, Kirkby and an own goal were enough for a 3-2 victory.
Kirkheaton moved into second place in Division II of the Under 17s thanks to a 4-1 away win at Norristhorpe.
A Ben Sykes hat trick and one goal from Jacob Hanson were enough to secure three points for Kirkheaton.