Leaders Lundwood dropped their first points of the Barnsley Sunday Premier League season on Sunday as they drew 1-1 at home to title rivals Dodworth.

Ryan Jennings put reigning champions Lundwood ahead and they hit the woodwork several times but a late goal by Dodworth's man of the match Matthew Shaw salvaged a point for the visitors.

At the other end of the table, New Lodge got their first points of the season with a 3-1 home win over Prince of Wales, who dropped below them to bottom. Lodge had lost all five matches before Sunday, conceding 27 goals and scoring one.

There was a huge shock in Division One as bottom club Browns Bar won 3-2 at home to leaders Alma Crazy Boys. Alma took the lead but Craig Bouch levelled. Browns went 2-1 up with a Ryan Bowater penalty then the visitors were given a spot-kick minutes later and levelled.

Rick Smith's late tap-in gave Browns their first victory of the season so far. Locke Park had the chance to replace Alma at the top but succumbed to an 11-0 loss at home to Cawthorne. West Green also could have moved into third place but were beaten 3-2 at home to lowly Cudworth West End. Ashfield won 5-2 at home to Pockets while unbeaten Royal Albert beat visitors Cottage 4-1.

Division Two leaders FC Boatmans conceded a late equaliser as they threw away a two-goal lead in a 2-2 draw at home to Commercial. Centre-back pairing Paul Bell and Lee Vaines scored for Boatmans.

Barnsley Markets kept up their promotion push with an eventful 6-2 win at Longcar. Eastfield raced into a 3-0 lead courtesy of goals from Adam Schofield, Gleeson Aspinwall and Titch Limbert. But two own goals let Longcar back into the game at 3-2 at half-time. Schofield made it 4-2 before missing a penalty for his hat trick. A superb strike from Aspinwall and a neat finish by Nathan Armitage completed the rout.

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Bullz Head gained a 5-0 home win over bottom club Engineers who have lost all ten matches. Shafton crushed Taylormade Signs 7-1. Valley Knights were the big winners in Division Three as they beat High Street 8-0. Royston Railway won 3-1 at Pinfold.

Athersley Athletic made it four Division Four wins on the trot with a well-deserved 3-0 success at Hoyland Nether. Paul Rowley opened the scoring with a good finish then made it 2-0 with a spectacular goal as he volleyed a goal-kick back into the Hoyland net from ten yards inside his own half. Shaun Penn's late header completed the win. Leaders Honeywell Athletic won 3-1 at Northside.

Rose and Crown came from behind in Division Five to beat battling Carlton Athletic 3-2 and make it seven wins from seven. Leaders Hoyland Town Magpies have won all nine of their matches after a 9-1 victory at Elsecar Fizwilliam. Sturdy Lads moved off the bottom with a 5-2 win over Keel Canal. Sturdys were replaced at the foot of the table by Perrins who lost 7-0 at third-placed Balma. Largo and Euroglaze B drew 2-2.

In the County Senior Premier League, Athersley Recreation reserves drew 1-1 at home to Frecheville as Rich Gomersall netted.

Penistone Church reserves moved up from fifth to the second of two promotion places in Division One with a 3-1 win at home to Thorpe Hesley. The visitors took the lead but goals from Ross Nettleton, Mitch Savage and Jake Schofield gave Penistone their fifth win in six games.

Worsbrough Bridge reserves moved off the bottom of Division Two with an extraordinary 8-1 win at home to Boynton Sports.