High-flyers Palestino prove too good for woeful Savile United

IN THE Spen Valley Football League Memorial Trophy Palestino thrashed Savile United 6-0.

The Premier Division leaders continued their great form in the cup with goals from Abdul Qayum (four), Theo Bujra and Zain Mushtaq, who made it 22 for the season.

Meanwhile Girlington made light work of Savile Town, running out 10-0 winners.

Four from Mohammed Qasim and braces from Monem Fazal and Umar Zahoor set the visitors on their way, before Saad Abbas and Kamran Khan rounded off the scoring.

In the third and final Memorial Trophy fixture of the weekend Dewsbury West Side Reserves got the better of Howden Clough 5-3.

Arbaaz Khan was in fine form scoring a hat-trick for the victors, with further goals coming from Haseeb Shahid and Cory Joseph.

Shane Thornton, Phil Crossland and Joe Hampshaw bagged a goal each in reply for Clough.

Elsewhere in the First Division, four goals from Luke Newsome helped George Healey to an emphatic 10-0 win away at Norfolk.

Matty Parkinson also netted a hat-trick in that game, with further goals coming from Olly Mitchell (two) and Reece Scholes.

In the final game of the weekend a brace each from Awaab Ahmed and Abdus Samad Patel helped Inter Batley to a 7-1 win over Marsh. Osama Ahmed, Gulam Markda and an own goal completed Inter’s tally.

James Parkin got the consolation for Marsh.

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