LEADERS Athletico Monkey are one victory away from sealing the Championship.

Their last fixture tomorrow is against Helion and a win will guarantee the title.

Their latest victory was a 6-0 success against a fading Woodfield Park.

Prolific striker Dean Siddiq notched a hat trick, which included a superb overhead scissor-kick, and other memorable goals were scored by Ben Dobson with an outstanding 30-yarder, Alastair Delooze with a 25-yard volley and Sam Barraclough was also on target.

Britannia Sports maintained pressure on Monkey after a 2-1 win over Pak Rangers with goals from Ryan Lach and Alex Pearson.

Britannia had gone a goal down when Abdul Leftisi fired Rangers ahead with a great 30-yard lob over the goalkeeper.

Division II champions Waterloo did just enough to beat HD One 2-1.

Dave Woffenden opened the scoring with an impressive volley from 20 yards but, as conditions worsened at Almondbury Rec, so did the football.

The home team kept control of the game but didn’t create any clear chances.

During the second half HD One were far the better side and after netting an equaliser they sensed a surprise victory.

But, despite having the majority of the ball, they couldn’t find another goal and the home team made them pay whenŠWaterloo’s Woffenden struck a well-placed free-kick from the edge of the box to take his goal tally to 23.

In the mid-week game Waterloo beat Real Dalton 5-1 with a brace each for Tom Mitchell and Neil Boustead and Ian St Hilaire scored the pick of the goals with a cool lob.

In the Inter-Divisional fixtures, in-form second-placed Second Division side First Huddersfield narrowly lost 2-1 to Division I team Craven and the busmen have now completed all their fixtures.

This means that GMB have the best opportunity to overtake First as they have games in hand.

Dean Lewis and Dave Brennan, with a good header from an Andy Gant cross to record his third goal in as many games, scored for Craven.

Brian Simpson grabbed First’s reply.

First’s stand-in keeper Liam Fallas made some great saves to keep the score down and he also made a fine penalty save to deny Darren Smith from the spot.

Man-of-the-match for Craven was Jason Firth who has been brilliant at centre-back in the three games he has played since being dropped for the recent semi-final cup-tie against Britannia Sports.