Sundats beat the Sundays to stay unbeaten

Codsall Legion Sundats remain on course to finish their Wolverhampton Sunday League season unbeaten.

Sundats chalked up their ninth win in 10 Division One outings by beating third-placed Wednesfield FC Sundays 2-1 at the weekend.

Jay Holdcroft and Kieran Northwood netted for Sundats to cancel out an effort from Wednesfield’s Scott Sandland.

The other top flight game saw Ryan Bradshaw (two) and Jake Bate fire Emerald Athletic to a 3-0 win at Essington WMC.

Dan Hopson hit six of the best as Ryan’s Rhinos went goal crazy in Division Two.

Alex Banks with a hat-trick, and Warren Beards and Stephen Thurlow, with two each, added to Hopson’s haul as Rhinos beat Punjab United Sports 13-1.

Dynamo 50 hit the comeback trail to win at Barley Mow.

The home side looked to be on the way to victory when an impressive start was rewarded by a strike from Kyle Thompson and a penalty from Jonny O’Keeffe.

But Dynamo rallied and were back in the game when they were awarded a penalty and Reece Mason netted.

Mason struck again from the spot following a handball in the second half. And Dynamo’s comeback was complete when Sandeep Singh fired home following goalmouth scramble.

Kevin Ward, Ricky Martin and Chris Clarke struck for Sandwell Athletic in their 3-1 home win against Castlecroft. Darren Gillett replied.

Pilot FC and Coven Athletic Santos were involved in a lively contest that finally ended up 8-4 in Santos’s favour.

Connor Forrester led the victory charge for Santos, who had led 5-0 at half-time, with a hat-trick. He was joined on the scoresheet by Joe Prosser (two), Ashley Brown (two) and Keith Thomas.

Sean Broadway (two), Jack Benton and Aaron Brown scored for Pilot.

Randy Amayah netted late on to secure a 2-1 win for Bradmore Social at RGFC.

Josh Allen had earlier notched for Social with Nathan Jackson netting for the hosts.

The spoils were shared in the two Division Three clashes. Tipton Town Sundays and Wolverhampton Athletic drew 1-1 while Russell Athletic and AFC Bradmore ended all square at 2-2.

AFC Wolverhampton Olympic won by the odd goal in five at Division Four rivals New Pheasant.

Aston McInnis and Dan Cresswell struck for Pheasant but goals from Keiron Miller, Sebastian Haldron and Daniel Hall saw Olympic home.

AFC Red Lion and AFC Perton drew 2-2 while WV Punjab eased to an 8-0 success at Gornal Stags.

Jungle Juice went down 4-2 on home soil against Coseley Tavern Athletic, but Jubilee Athletic were victorious on their own patch, beating Ashmore 2-1.

Wednesbury Fusion and AFC Willenhall both maintained their perfect records in Division Five.

AFC Willenhall saw off ECC United 3-1 to record an eighth straight success. Chad Brittle (two) and Bobby Speed bagged the goals.

A hat-trick from Dylan Moore saw Fusion beat Down Syndrome Awareness 3-2 to make it seven wins from seven.

Cameron Rally and Jack Adams hit the back of the net to earn Toll House a 2-1 victory over Walsall Swifts. Shane Grice scored for the away side.

DY United won on the road at Raytheon, 4-2, thanks to Jake Fairhurst (two), Dan Hall and an own goal.

Stoney Hill beat Wolves Warriors 5-2. Andre James grabbed a hat-trick with Sean James and Ian Hucksbly also on target.

AJB Wanderers won 3-1 at home to Tettenhall Athletic.

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