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Grassington turn tables on champs with three goals in the last ten minutes
Struggling United scored three times in the last ten minutes to earn a 3-3 draw and that enabled them to climb above Embsay in the table.
Jeremy Gee (2) and Tareeq Issa were their scorers as they stunned LMS who looked to be coasting to victory through goals by Luke Howson (2) and Ian Craven.
There was a further sting in the tail for LMS because Rolls defeated Pendle Athletic 4-2 to knock them off top spot.
Goals by Ben Crabtree (2), Damon Clark and Paul McDowall earned Rolls a win they takes them a point ahead of LMS, but they have played one game more. Pendle’s scorers were Paul Kelly and Paul Sconce Wilsden Athletic extended their lead in Division One to eight points with a 4-2 win over third-placed Oakworth. Tom Beetham, Tom Dick, Ryan Gill and David Good- child netted for Wilsden.
Striker John Beckwith hit a hat-trick as Gargrave moved to within two points of second-placed Conon- ley Sport with two games in hand after a 5-1 win at Chatburn.
Jonathan Champman and Liam Jameson added further goals while Zac Holgate netted the Chatburn consolation goal.
Settle United continued their climb towards safety with a 2-1 win over bottom team Rolls Reserves. Matthew Baines and Elliott Firth scored for Settle with Nasir Zia replying for Rolls There is a nine-point gap between Settle and second-bottom Silsden White Star who drew 3-3 at Pendle, but White Star have played five games less.
The Division Two promotion race was thrown open as the top two were both beaten.
Third-placed Skipton Town rais- ed their hopes with a 3-1 win over leaders Embsay Reserves, while Pendle Renegades were surprisingly beaten 2-0 by relegation-threatened Gargrave Reserves.
Skipton’s win was secured with goals by Anthony Dean, Darren Hey and Sam Headey. Embsay’s reply came from Ben Lowry.
Gargrave’s surprise win was secured thanks to strikes from Craig Gregory and Joshua Town.
Gargrave lifted themselves off the bottom with the victory and are now just two points behind Ingrow & Worth Valley who beat AFC Colne 6-1 with goals from Graham Whitaker (2), Chris Smith, Liam Fothergill and Daniel Blakesley. Keegan Love hit Colne’s reply.Barnoldswick Barons and Skipton LMS Reserves both secured away wins.
Barons triumphed 2-1 at Earby Town Reserves thanks to goals by Luke Scott and Sam Hodson. Jake Palmer was on target for Earby.
Craig Harrison, Tom Daniel and Ian Rosie scored the goals that secured a 3-2 win for Skipton LMS Reserves at Silsden White Star Reserves.
Andrew Hudson hit a hat-trick for Sports while Jason Shaw and Craig Ebrell added a further goal. Grindleton’s scorers were Aamir Zulf (2) and Simon Ryan.
Jack Shellabear, Rhys Thomas and Kyle Willis netted the goals that earned Cowling Reserves a 3-1 win over Oakworth Reserves.
Sutton also recorded a 3-1 success in their game with Bradley. Jack Fletcher, Lee Rooke and Jakoslaw Makkowsk netted the goals that earned Sutton their three points. Joshua Brown scored for Bradley.
Settle United Reserves remain in the bottom two after a 5-0 home reverse against Oxenhope Rec.
There’s not stopping FC Sporting Keighley. The Division Four leaders extended their 100 per cent record to 14 games with a 3-2 win over Pendle Renegades Reserves.
Top scorer Aaran Abbas, Zain Abbas and Aatir Zuber scored the goals which sealed their latest victory.
Second-placed Padiham Town ran out comfortable 5-1 winners over Horton with Liam Darwin (2), Joseph Taylor (2) and Alex Ostle scoredtheir goals. Frank Jackson replied for Horton.
Manningham All Stars continue to chase the top two after a 4-0 win at Skipton Town Reserves. Haq-Nawaz Ali (2), Trinity Brown, Andrew Wilson were their scorers.
Sutton Reserves had a convincing 5-1 win over Bradley Reserves with goals from Ishfiaq Hussain (2), Ross Suri, Jordan Halstead and Danny Waterfield.