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Settle sink unbeaten Wilsden
2:02pm Thursday 17th January 2013 in Sport
Two goals from Liam Swanson helped lowly Settle United end Mastab's Craven League Division One leaders Wilsden Athletic’s 11-match unbeaten run.
Ryan Gill and Ben Malloy were also on target for Settle in their 4-2 win while Lee Walker and Matthew Baines replied.
There were 14 goals in an eventful game at Earby where the home side beat Pendle 8-6. Matt Nutter’s hat-trick was added to by further strikes from Danny Manson, Paul Oldroyd, Jake Palmer, Ciaran Robinson and Damon Whelan for Earby.
Bottom team Rolls Reserves took a 1-0 lead through Nasir Zirl but went down 2-1 to Gargrave after goals from Jonathan Chapman and Liam Jameson.
There’s no change at the top of the Premier Division where leaders Skipton LMS beat Pendle 5-2 with Luke Howsen (2), Aidy Beard (2) and Joshua Metcalfe netting their goals.
Rolls stay a point behind after winning 5-1 away to bottom-team Grassington United. James Cumpstey and Fran Powell each scored twice while Damian Clark was also on target.
Crosshills had to settle for a 2-2 draw with Trawden Celtic after their opponents gained a disputed late penalty. Rob Kaminski and Eddie Jenkins were the Crosshills marksmen. Grindle- ton saw off Carleton 4-1.
Jason Wright’s double set Division Two leaders Pendle Renegade on their way to a 5-2 win at Ingrow and Worth Valley. Liam Barker and Simon Perryman netted for the losers.
It’s tight at the bottom where Bingley Town, 1-0 winners over Colne and Gargrave, 4-0 victors against Earby Reserves to push Skipton LMS Reserves into last place on goal difference all three teams have 11 points.
William Beckwith scored twice and there were further strikes from Joshua Town and Ben Wilson for Gargrave.
Barnoldswick Barons surrendered a 3-1 half-time lead which was given to them by goals from Luke Scott, Scott Slade and Richard Scott as they lost 4-3 to Embsay Reserves. Ben Lowry scored twice while Ben Graham and Jesse Teit also found the net for Embsay.
Another two-goal man was William Knight. His goals helped Skipton Town to a 3-1 win over Silsden Whitestar Reserves. Sean Duffy netted the consolation goal for the losers.
Cononley Sports Reserves were held to a 2-2 draw by Cowling Reserves but still head Division Three. Jack Shellabear and Steve Allwood earned Cowling their point while Ewan Scarr and Colin Throupe were Cononley’s marksmen.
James Robinson and Robert Watson netted as Bradley saw off Grassington United Reserves 2-0, while two goals from Simon Ryan enabled Grindleton to beat Oxenhope Rec 2-1.
FC Sporting Keighley made it ten wins out of ten as they crushed Addingham 7-1 in Division Four. Aaran Abbas helped himself to a hat-trick for the league leaders..