WITH Heavy Woollen Premier Division leaders Walkers Hounds not in action last week, Deighton WMC closed the gap at the top to just three points with a 2-2 draw with Linthwaite.
Coron Rowe and Paul Pyke netted for Deighton, who have a game in hand over the leaders.
Adam Brown and Kieran Corley both scored as third-placed Mirfield Town won 2-1 at Clifton Rangers.
Two games took place in the Championship, where John McDonald hit the only goal of the game as Battyeford maintained seventh place with a 1-0 win over Wire Works, while St Ignatius climbed to eighth after Tim Crabb and Max Cocker scored in a 2-1 win at Inter Batley.
One game was played in the Heavy Woollen Challenge Cup, where Wellington Westgate edged out Cock of the North 4-3 thanks to a brace from Dan Russell plus strikes from Dray Marron and Lee Bradshaw.
Birstall Cricket Club progressed in the Heavy Woollen Challenge Trophy with a resounding 11-2 win over Clifton Rangers Athletic, which included a hat-trick for Liam Madden.
Abdullah Mayat hit four goals as Mount Pleasant beat an under-strength Overthorpe Sports Club 8-1. Nadeem Seedat, Mo Omar, Adam Rawat and Adam Patel netted the others with Alex Wilson scoring Overthorpe’s consolation.
Ben Smith hit both goals as Ravenswharfe drew 2-2 at home to Snowdon, but it was the visitors who progressed via a penalty shoot-out.