Chesterfield Sunday League: Woolvern nets hat-trick as Sports run riot at Rangers

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On a busy day in the NAPIT-sponsored Chesterfield and District Sunday Football League, Creswell Black Diamond made the short trip to take on Clowne Wanderers.

Creswell beat them by three goals to nil at Clune Street Clowne, a victory that moved them off the foot of the Division One table.

In Division Two, Crispin Casuals are still looking for a first win of the season following a 5-2 defeat by Clowne Wanderers Reserves.

Division Three leaders Renishaw MW’s fine form continued with a hard fought odd goal in five win at Hollingwood Athletic in which Dan Talbot scored twice, Sam Noon once.

Second placed Newbold eased to a 6-2 victory over Red Lion Whitt Moor. Tom Newman scored twice, Jack Howdle once as Pilsley Comminuty and Hady Villa both battled well but it was the former who came out on top 3-1.

Oaks FC moved up to third as Dan Duquemin, Jon Heston and Josh Thomas netting.

In Division Four, Lloyd Amissah scored four for AFC Castle who outplayed Club FC to win 7-2. Joining Amissah on the score sheet were Gary Beckett, Carl Germany and Joe Palmer. Brimington Utd Shoes followed up last weeks excellent 6-2 win with a close 3-2 victory at Brampton Oak Sports, Craig Buchanen (2), Andrew Mosley once.

Renishaw Rangers were in top form in Division Five, the leaders hammering Glapwell Gladiators 12-1. They took the lead after just 12 seconds and the goals just kept coming, eight of them by half time.

Second placed Grassmoor Sports’ Andy Woolvern hit a hat trick in a 5-2 success at Royal Oak Rangers, Tony Stevens and Ash Walters scoring goals number four and five.

Britannia Rose were 6-2 winners at Bolsover Town, Sam Allcock scoring three, Chris Graham two and Reece Johnson one. There was little to choose between Harleys Scarlets and opponents Dronfield Wanderers as their contest ended level at 1-1.

Just one game in Division Six and Whitcotes Wanderers won it in style, beating Furnace Hill Hurricanes 3-1, Lee Wright scoring a couple.

In Division Seven a high scoring game was won 5-3 by hosts Markham Arms who beat Anchor Clowne. Arms scorers were Danny Dodds who had a fine game scoring four and Connor Kirk.

Newbold Community Football Training and Ye Olde Oak Inn ended all square at 2-2, Ant and Andy Brown scoring for NCFT, Gavin Sambrook twice for Olde Oak.

In the Alma Cup, a goal each for Webster and Whitton earned Tibshelf Town a 2-1 win over Dronfield Victoria.

In the Chatsworth, Matt Towndrow hit a treble as AFC North Wingfield beat New All Inn 5-4 in a nine-goal thriller.

In the Hutson, Mark Vine scored twice as Britannia Tupton beat Dronfield Town 4-1.