Robinson hits hat-trick as Bradley go on goal spree against Cononley Sports

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A hat-trick from James Robinson helped Bradley to an impressive 8-2 away win at Cononley Sports Reserves in Division Two.

Robert Watson and James Wilson each netted twice while Dawid Jaz rounded off the Bradley tally.

Colin Throupe netted both Cononley goals.

Bingley Town won 7-4 at Ingrow & Worth Valley to stay three points behind leaders Pendle, who have played a game more.

Chris Smith, Andre Fox, Liam Fothergill and Grah-am Whitaker scored for the losers.

Oxenhope Rec third team showed no mercy for bottom team Ilkley as they thrashed them 10-0 in Division Three.

Graham Robinson netted a hat-trick, having ret-urned this campaign after a serious knee injury which kept him out of the game for over a season and a half.

Further goals came from Gareth Ritson (2), McKenzie Dawson, Chris Galdes, Nick Sharples, Tom Thompson and Dean Brookes.

Aaran Abbas and Munir Nazir were the marksmen for FC Sporting Keighley as they defeated Salts 2-0.

Luke Howsen scored twice as champions Skipton LMS went back to the top of the Premier Division with a 3-0 win over Cowling.

Substitute Mark Fleming was also on target as LMS regained the leadership from Cononley Sports, who were held to a 1-1 draw by Trawden Celtic. Tom Swindells gave Trawden a first-half lead but Mark Bradley saved a point for Sports after the break.

They are now one point behind LMS having played two games more.

Goals from Joel Hardy and Daniel Simpson couldn’t save Wilsden Athletic from a 3-2 defeat at home to Grindleton.

Matthew Nutter (2), Paul Oldroyd were on target as Division One leaders Earby Town secured a 3-1 win at Grassington United.

Division Four leaders Manningham All Stars won 6-2 at Horton, while Polonia Patson beat Ingrow & Worth Valley Reserves 4-1.

The basement battle went the way of bottom team Sutton Reserves as they won 6-2 at Barnoldswick Barons.

Isfaq Hussain grabbed a hat-trick, with Lee Rooke netting a brace and Chris Vollentine completing the half-dozen.


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