Frickley under 9s Blues produced a tremendous performance in a 2-0 win over reigning league champions Sprotbrough and Cusworth who were previously unbeaten this season.
It gave Frickley sweet revenge for their defeat against Sprotbrough on the opening day of the season.
They took a second minute lead when Eddie Anderson fed Lewis Woollands who fired home.
Anderson then scored with a thunderous shot.
Frickley continued to dominate in the second-half and hit the woodwork twice.
Frickley under 11s Blues were pipped 4-3 in a cup game against League One leaders Denaby United in a clash of two unbeaten teams.
Frickley created at least 25 chances. hit the woodwork five times and had three efforts cleared off the line.
Denaby’s keeper also made numerous quality saves.
Frickley trailed 3-1 at half-time. Their first-half scorer was Rhys Hughes after Josh Hobson’s effort hit the crossbar.
After Hughes headed home his second from a corner, Frickley pressed for an equaliser but Denaby scored on the counter attack in a rare raid.
More chances went begging for Frickley before Logan Jones tucked a rebound away after a Harry Mills strike.
Frickley pressed strongly but a late leveller eluded them.
Frickley under 11s Yellows returned to winning ways with a vengeance by beating Babworth Rovers 5-1.
Improving on the physical side of their game, Frickley prevented Babworth from playing any type of football throughout.
An improved formation and quality passing earned Frickley a comfortable victory.
West End Juniors under 10s gave an excellent display in a 4-1 win at Shaw Lane Aqua Panthers.
Kian Taberner and Connah Taylor each scored two goals and Codie Smith was MOM in a victory that lifted West End to third in Division Two.
West End slipped to a disappointing 3-1 defeat in the second game. They failed to captalise on numerous chances and Shaw Lane punished them.
Cameron Ramsey was West End’s goalscorer and Blake Smallman was man of the match.
West End Juniors under 10s suffered a 2-1 defeat against lower league team FC Boatman in a cup replay.
After falling behind, Juniors lervelled through MOM Connah Taylor.
Despite creating chances juniors were unable to score and they were made to pay when they conceded a second.
Juniors achieved a 2-1 win in the second development game. Cameron Ramsey scored both goals and Sam Probert won the MOM award.
South Elmsall United under 9s drew 0-0 with Hemsworth Terriers in a cup game
Both team earned a point because the game was part of a round robin series.
The match was fairly even throughout with chances for both teams.
All South Elmsall’s players worked tremendously hard.
Defender Mason Wall was MOM.
The second game was more one sided with Elmsall winning 3-0 with goals from Harvey Wall and MOM Callum Hobson (two).