Jardy Boys level at the top with game in hand

Bradford now top the Spen Valley League Premier Division on goal difference after their sizeable 42 victory over Fairbank United.
Asir Gulzawr scored twice before Itfaq Hussain and John Singh completed the victory but Jardy Boys are level with their side on points with a game in hand.
However, Jardy Boys trail by one goal in the points difference column after their 10 victory over Ravensthorpe Rangers. Rob Ives scored the only goal.
TVR United and BD3 United didn’t do their respective title hopes any favours having drawn 22 whilst the leaders both picked up wins. Mohammed Ismaeel and Nassar Hussain netted for TVR and Sajad Ali and Intikab Alam for BD3.
 have Sohail Fiaz, Hussman Hussain and Erhaan Butt  to thank for helping them to a 42 victory over Thornhill United Seniors.
Mount Athletic kicked on superbly after halftime, having led 21, to complete a 52 hammering of bottom side Quarry.
Raees Lorgat, Imran Lunat, Ahmed Nana and Mohamed Adam bagged the Mount goals as Damian Auty and Danny Goodlad replied for Quarry.
Meanwhile, unbeaten Division One leaders Vision were held to a draw for only the second time this season.
BD3 United raced into a 21 just after the interval before Simpson levelled for Vision.
ALC drew 11 with Savile United after a goalless first half and Misbah Choudhry, Muddassar Idrees and Kasim Shah were on target for Bradford All Stars in their 31 victory at Ravenswharfe Hotel.
Norfolk beat Inter Batley 21 whilst Thornhill United Seniors B went down 21 to Howden Clough, for whom Phil Clarke and Chu Chu Spu were on target.
Ryan Bolton grabbed an 80thminute consolation goal for United.
Elsewhere, Marsh overcame Oakwell 43 with goals from Chris Blackburn, who scored a double,  manofthe match Andrew Shingleton and Richard Harvey.

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