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Local football round-up: Gawber win 13-0

Sunday 9th September 2012

Carey Welford hit a double hat-trick and Jordan Lodge netted five times as North Gawber Colliery thrashed Swallownest in the first round of the County FA Junior Cup.


Liam Marsden and James Popplewell also scored for Gawber who play in the South Yorkshire Amateur League.


Meanwhile, Athersley Recreation stayed top of the Northern Counties East League Division One with a 3-0 success at Dinnington Town. Scott Alcock opened the scoring for Rec before Kyle Cook struck twice.


In the County Senior Premier League, Houghton Main made it three wins from three with four goals scored in each as they won 4-0 at Handsworth. Adam Stead followed up his hat-trick against Kinsley with a brace while Shawn Mitchell and Darryl Smith also struck.


Penistone Church were 6-2 winners at home to Davy as Alvin Riley and Matt Young bagged braces and the other goals came from Mitch Savage and Mark Crossfield.


Shaw Lane Aqua Force won 4-1 at home to Ecclesfield Red Rose as the goals came from Hardman, Wright, Barlow and Smith.


After scoring 11 goals in their first two Division One games last week, Athersley Recreation reserves were held to a 0-0 draw at Wickersley.