Chesterfield Sunday League: Renishaw hold top spot after five-star display

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Renishaw Miners Welfare lead the race for the Division One title going into November after Danny Talbot scored twice in a 5-1 win at Eckington Boys.

Ant Lynam, Jamie Plewecki and Kyle Gee-Pemberton also found the net for Renishaw as they continue to set the pace in the Chesterfield and District Sunday League.

FC Britannia are up to third after Callum Lytham scored twice, Nathan Whitehead, Jason Foster, Dan Brown and Mario Slater once in a comfortable 6-0 win at bottom club New Whitt.

A tense affair at Clune Street saw hosts Clowne Wanderers and Hopflower share the spoils as their game ended tied up at 3-3. For Wanderers Regan Eldridge, Gary Maslin and Tony Pearson were on target, Ryan Wain, Nathan Linacre and Scott Taylor for Hopflower. Tibshelf Town’s Dean Bramley, John Harris and Ross Armstrong were on target in their sides 3-1 win at Hepthorne Lane.

AFC Bolsover continue to set the pace in Division Two, James Taylor’s goal and two Jack Weaver goals earning them a 3-2 victory in a closely contested game at West End Killamarsh that sees them five points clear of Woodthorpe Inn who won 3-1 at Grassmoor Sports.

There was little to choose in the game between Wingerworth BMB and Brampton Rovers JMA with both sides defenses on top, however Jerome Wilks scored the only goal of the game to hand BMB the points. Kieran Loftus scored twice as Dronfield Woodhouse won 3-1 at Black Swan whilst Red Lion Whitt Moor and Matlock Town Wanderers shared eight goals and the points following their 4-4 draw.

Tom Robley scored twice, Leigh Brear and Jordan Thompson once for Lion, Alex Cramp twice, Dave Whitworth and Damian Power once for Wanderers.

Division Three leaders New Whitt B extended their winning run to seven games with a fairly straightforward 6-0 victory over Steelmelters Arms Killamarsh.

Dan Locke scored twice in the win. Second placed Clowne Wanderers Reserves suffered a set back as they slipped to a 3-0 defeat at Pilsley Community, Paul Mildenhall, Tom Newman and Tyler Barksby on target for Pilsley.

AFC North Wingfield remain in seventh place following their 3-1 success at Ark Tavern, Chris Collins, Adam Smith and Matt Towndrow’s goals winning the game. AFC Spital and Creswell Black Diamond Reserves played out a 2-2 draw whilst Hollingwood Athletic beat Brampton Oak Sports by the odd goal in five, Dale Beech once, Carl Gallagher twice the scorers.

In Division Four New Inn Tupton headed into their game against Club FC as firm favorites, Club having won only once this season prior to the game but in the event it was Club who came out on top, a brace from Gary Brooks plus goals from Ritchie Henson, Aaron Large and Dean Gibson earning them a 5-3 win.

Four teams are level on points at the top of the division New Inn being second behind Newbold who won comprehensibly 6-0 at Gate Inn North Wingfield, Dan Keenan hitting a hat trick. In third and fourth places are Chesterfield Arms and Crown Killamarsh who didn’t play.

Duckmanton Community did, however, and they beat Harley’s Scarlets 3-2, Gareth Bally scoring twice, likewise Hasland Community beat Oaks Sports by the same score, Dan Buxton, Andy Power and Sam Allcock the matchwinners.

Will Holmes, Alan Eggleston and Matt Hayes gave Palterton Sporting a 3-2 win over Barlow Kingston in Division Five, Brimwood Utd enhanced their position at the top with a 6-2 win over Old Whittington MW and Brimingrown United overcame Travellers Clowne 6-3. Holmehall 1st won 5-2 at New All Inn whilst Spartans beat Renishaw Rangers 3-2.

Top faced bottom in Division Six as leaders Brampton Rovers Reserves thrashed Evolution 12-0, Elliot Crowder scoring five. Fidlers Rest won 6-2 at Holmehall 2nd, Furnace Hill Hurricanes beat Holmehall 2nd 4-1, Gardeners Clay Cross beat Renishaw MW Reserves 3-1, Hasland Wanderers won 5-1 aghainst Hasland Community Eagles.

In Division Seven, Dale Red Star beat Newbold Community 4-0, leaders Brimington Utd Shoes lost 5-2 to Glapwell Gladiators, Squadron Medical hit Brimington Club 10-0, Spartans 2nd won 3-1 over Dronfield Town.