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Champions smash nine against Carleton
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Aiden Beard, Christopher Simpson, Paul Wilkin and Oliver Hunter all scored two in the landslide win, which sees them remain three points clear of Cononley Sports.
Sports recovered from their 1-0 defeat at Skipton last week with a 4-1 away success over Cowling.
A brace of goals for Andrew North helped Cross Hills secure their first three points of the season, beating Rolls 3-2 at home.
Embsay’s dismal start to the campaign continued as they went down 5-3 at Grindleton, their fourth defeat.
Earby Town moved up to third spot after two goals apiece from Ciaran Robinson and Paul Oldroyd saw them to a 4-1 victory at pointless Pendle.
Gargrave are through to the next round of the League Cup after Christian Moon scored both goals in their win over Pendle Renegades.
In Division Two second bottom Earby Town Reserves fought hard for a 4-4 draw to unbeaten Bingley Town.
Cononley Sports reserves also managed a 4-4 draw over league leaders Colne, with Carl Ebbrell and Andrew Hudson both scoring two.
Bradley beat Skipton LMS Reserves 4-1 to leapfrog their opponents into seventh place in the table. Rolls also secured all three points after Carl Ashton got two to help them to a 4-3 victory at home to Ingrow and Worth Valley.
Grassington United Res- erves made it five wins from six games, beating Cowling Reserves 4-0 in Division Three.
Sutton found it tough against second place Sport- ing Keighley also losing 4-0 away from home.
Settle United Reserves went down 3-0 at Salts – their third loss which sees them in sixth place.
There were narrow home defeats for both Skipton Town Reserves and Carelton Reserves to both Horton and Bradley in Division Four.
Sutton remain bottom of the table after their 5-3 loss at home to Addingham.