WORSBROUGH Bridge significantly eased their relegation concerns with a remarkable 7-0 win at Ollerton Town in NCEL Division One on Wednesday.

It was their biggest victory since an 8-1 success over Brodsworth Main in 1995.

Bridge have 39 points from 36 games, with two to play, so are seven points and four places clear of the relegation zone in 14th.

They looked likely to be sucked into the survival scrap after they were beaten 4-0 at lowly Parkgate on Saturday – ending a five-game unbeaten run and leaving them four points clear of safety.

But they were 3-0 up after 23 minutes on Wednesday thanks to a double by Alex Hutchinson who then forced an own goal.

Luke Francis struck twice very early in the second half then Silas Vallodolid-Collins made it six before Hutchison completed his hat-trick.

Athersley Rec are last, six points off safety, with four games to play.

They lost 2-0 at play-off contenders Retford on Saturday, conceding twice in the last five minutes.

They now host play-off hopefuls Horbury Town on Saturday and mid-table Dronfield Town on Tuesday before completing their season with trips to Brigg Town on April 8 and Armthorpe Welfare on April 12.

Rec are facing a possible second successive relegation after being in the Premier Division last year, with another drop taking them back to the County Senior League.

Meanwhile, Penistone Church are fourth in the Premier Division after collecting three points from two away games this week.

They lost 1-0 at Garforth Town on Saturday, conceding just before the break.

Church then won 2-1 at Maltby Main on Wednesday. They fell behind but Wayne Hughes levelled just before the break then Josh Brown won it.