WE'RE FLYING; Dyson at the double as Marsh FC power into county semi FELL PROMOTIONS KIRKLEES SUNDAY LEAGUE.
MARSH FC did the delighted Fell Promotions Kirklees Sunday League proud by reaching the West Riding Trophy semi-finals.
The Huddersfield side beat Mill Lane 3-2 away.
If Inter Athletic defeat Red Lion Bradford a week tomorrow, the two sides will meet at Woodlesford next month for a place in the final.
Olly Dyson (2) and Richard Dyson grabbed the important goals for Marsh.
In Division I, Black Bull climbed to equal second spot after thrashing Rose and Crown 6-1 at Golcar, to draw level with their opponents in the table.
Hill, Haigh, Sykes, Thorpe (M), Bradley and Dignan recorded for Bull, with Martin notching Crown's consolation.
In Division II, the surprise result was second-placed Dalton's 5-1 defeat against lowly but fierce rivals Woolpack.
Dave Ginty, Lloyd James, Nathan Moses and an own goal accounted for Woolpack's tally and Nathan Large was on target for Dalton.
Last season, the sides played six times, with the Woolpack winning three, losing two and drawing one. But Dalton took the Kirkwood Trophy with 6-5 aggregate win.
Former Woolpack players Andy Anderson and Bradley Ramsden-Reilly both moved to Dalton over the summer, with Anderson now the top scorer in the league and Bradley leaving his twin brother behind.
So, needless to say, Woolpack desperately wanted to win the game.
Straight from kick-off The Woolpack looked stronger and the scored a fine victory after being 2-0 up at the break.
Field Head rose a place to fifth after beating Barking Spider 4-2 at Royds Hall.
Dan Wright with a hat trick and Andy Purcell scored for Head, with Wright finishing off a good move for the first and added a further two, including a 25-yarder.
Purcell completed Head's scoring when he lashed home a loose ball from 12 yards.
Wellington A thumped Club Kirkheaton 7-2, with Anthony Haigh (3) Eddy Hamlet (2), Neil Robshaw and John Boafa on target for Wellington. Hislop and Kipling scored for Kirkheaton.
Fellow strugglers Wellington B and Escorpians fought out a 4-4 draw.
Remarkably Wellington were 4-0 down with only 15 minutes to go, before Mick Carr (2), Dean Lewis and Ben Thornes hit back.
* THAT'S MINE: Black Bull scorer Gino Dignan (right) wins this challenge in their 6-1 Kirklees Sunday League win at Golcar (PW120212Asoccer-02)
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|Publication:||Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)|
|Date:||Feb 18, 2012|
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