Aaron Haswell scored twice as rampant Ossett United stormed to a 7-0 thrashing of Wythenshawe Amateur at Ingfield.
Former York City youngster scored a first half penalty to break the deadlock and then directly from a corner in the second stanza to increase Ossett’s lead to five.
Sandwiched in the middle of his efforts, in-form Trialists B and C scored, along with Elliot Harrison.
Left-sided man Ross Hardaker hit Ossett’s sixth goal and late on Tom Greaves rounded the visiting goalkeeper before scoring.
Stand-in chief Chris Burke must have been jumping for joy after emerging triumphant from Hall Road Rangers’ first friendly.
The victory or the details of it certainly won’t be forgotten as with Leon Sewell holed up in self-isolation following a recent trip to party paradise Ibiza, Burke held the fort and guided Rangers to a 3-0 win over Hedon United. A double from Sam Robinson and a solitary Nathan Walker goal sealed Road’s win.
Garforth Town were beaten 3-1 at home by a Scarborough Athletic side.
Nathan Cartman, Michael Coulson and Brandon Smalley were on target for the Seadogs, who were managed by former Garforth striker and Scarborough player/coach David Brown in Darren Kelly’s absence.
A wonder goal from Kosi Nwobi and a Brandon Kane free kick saw Retford United defeat Swallownest 2-1. Richard Williams had brought Swallownest level after Nwobi’s opener.
Attacking dynamo Ben Grech-Brooksbank rescued a 1-1 draw for Thackley against Barnoldswick.
The 77th minute equaliser cancelled out Barnoldswick’s deadlock breaker which had been scored midway through the first half.
Worsbrough Bridge beat a Wombwell Main side 4-0.