Fiaz and Farooq steal points from leaders Jardy Boys

Sohil Fiaz and Ashan Farooq both struck twice as Girlington became only the second side in the Spen Valley League to earn points against PREMIER DIVISION leaders Jardy Boys. The game finished 44 with Jardy scoring through Lee Speight, Judd Ledgard, Ricky Lister and Joe Hallas on target. Unbeaten BD3 United climbed to within a point of the top of the table with a 20 win at Thornhill United Seniors. Talat Mamood and Mohammed Ahmed grabbed the goals. Bradford are back up to third after inflicting a first defeat on TVR United. TVR led 21 at the interval with goals by Abid Khan and Abul Qasim but were pegged back and eventually beaten 42 as Gurdip Bhambra, Azir Golzar, Stephen Royston and Itfaq Hussain replied superbly for Bradford. Bobby Canning led the way for West Bradford Spartans with four goals as they crushed secondbottom Mount 83. Adam Wigglesworth, Sam Prest, Domenic Petsphar and Daniel Sugden completed the tally. Strugglers Quarry lost again on Saturday. This time a 41 at Fairbank United kept them rockbottom of the top flight as Faisal Shabir and Shazad Ashraf each scored twice each to outweigh Paul Egan’s response. DIVISION ONE leaders Vision maintained their unbeaten record with a 60 hammering of ALC, who dropped a place to fourth. Chris Lever and Michael Roebuck both grabbed doubles whilst Liam Hartley and Danny Penny got the other two. Secondplaced Oakwell won by the same score in their game with bottom side Ravenswharfe Hotel thanks to Ashley Barnes, James Whiteman, Nathan Wilkinson and Dave Martin. Howden Clough climbed above ALC into third place with an emphatic 52 victory over Inter Batley. The goals came courtesy of Lee Hepinstall, Mark Wardle, Luke Adams and Gary Wood. This week’s top scorers were BD3 United Reserves as they crushed Thornhill United Seniors B 80. Faisal Hussain scored four of the goals and Ithisham Yasin, Saad Khan and Shummell Uddin got the other four between them. Marsh edged out Savile United 54 in what became a thrilling contest as Richard Harvey, Michael Padgett and Andrew Shingleton outscored Faisal Adam, Adam Munshi and Adnann Githroo. Meanwhile, Bradford All Stars were held to a 22 draw with Norfolk despite strikes from Kamran Mohammed and Mohfis Hussain.

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