The County Senior League ended November with 18 games, which led to new leaders in both the Premier Division and First Division.
Swinton Athletic climbed back to the top of the Premier Division, with a 4-1 away win over Swallownest Miners Welfare. Ryan Doxey scored all four goals for Swinton, as they ended a run of three league games without a win. They lead the way by a point, and have played a game less than their nearest rivals Houghton Main.
Jubilee Sports are up to third place following a 4-1 away win over bottom side Joker FC. Matt Turner starred for Jubilee at the Bill Chafer Youth Centre scoring three times.
Last years’ champions Handsworth Parramore’s winless run was extended to five league games, as they were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Stocksbridge Park Steels Reserves.
Oughtibridge WMFC’s resurgence continued as they beat Wickersley FC 3-1 at home. Oughtibridge are up sixth place, having collected 11 points from the 15 available to them in November.
There was just one game in Division One, but it was a significant one, with Penistone Church Reserves claiming a 3-1 victory over Silkstone United to claim top spot. Adam Dewsnap, Tom Council and Bradley Kemp scored the goals for Penistone at the Memorial Ground.
Jordan Marshall scored twice to inspire league leaders Byron House to a 5-1 away win over Sheffield Lane Top at the Civil Service Ground.
Second placed Denaby Main registered their eighth win in 12 league games, with a comprehensive 6-1 home win over Kiveton Park. Denaby are eight points off Byron House’s lead with a game spare.
Third placed Parkgate Reserves were held to a 1-1 draw away against bottom side Bawtry Town. Bwatry have now drawn three of their last five league games.
Second bottom New Bohemians claimed only their second win of the season, as they beat Denaby United 4-2 at the SHU Sports Ground, with goals from Matt Daley, John Heritage, Scott Naseby and Craig Fox.
Stacy Sharif scored twice to help Caribbean Sports to 2-0 win over Worsbrough Bridge Athletic Reserves. Caribbean are eight league unbeaten, and are up fifth position in the table.
Handsworth Parramore U21 made it seven consecutive league wins, with a 4-0 over North Gawber Colliery U21 at Handsworth Junior Sports Club. Matt Blakemore, Matt Morton, Sheldon McDonald and Theo Wilson were all on target for Handsworth. Handworth are just a point off the top with three games in hand.
Bawtry Town U21 scored four times for the second consecutive week, as they beat Caribbean Sports U21 4-2 at the Keepmoat Stadium. Liam White put in a man-of-the-match scoring three times.
S&HCFA Association Cup 2nd Round
Kingstone United booked their place in the 3rd Round of the Association Cup with a 4-2 win over Sheffield Bankers at the Fleets.