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White and Grene quarter-final in West Riding County Challenge Cup
Sunday football returned with a vengeance yesterday.
Virtually a full programme of fixtures took place, with a mixture of West Riding County Cup, West Riding County Trophy and Bradford Sunday Alliance League matches.
White Eagles played their delayed fourth-round tie County Cup tie against Leeds Premier Combination outfit Leeds City Rovers, and, after a three-goal victory, will now play one of the favourites next Sunday when they entertain Chapeltown Fforde Grene.
Hosts Eagles started well and were on top for the first 15 minutes.
This pressure led to the visitors conceding a free-kick just outside the penalty area. Alex Nesovic's effort was well saved by the keeper but Craig Brearley scored from the rebound, Rovers' keeper being injured making the save and having to be substituted.
After a scrappy end to the first half, both teams had chances in an even opening to the second half.
Then a lightning break from the hosts led to a free-kick on the edge of the area, Brearley putting Jamil Joseph through and, although he still had a lot to do, he finished in style.
Man of the match Saquab Zeb then finished off Rovers with a shot from 25 yards.
Pudsey Amateurs had a 5-3 victory over Comrades to book their place in the semi-finals.
This will be Bowling's fourth consecutive semi-final and their fifth in six years, during which time they have won it twice and been runners-up twice.
The match was switched to West Bowling's ground due to Albion's ground being in doubt, and the hosts wasted no time in taking advantage by scoring in the first minute through a messy goal from Marc Price.
After 30 minutes, Chris Drake scored for the visitors after rising unchallenged to head in a cross at the far post.
The match was even after that but the Premier Division team booked their place in the semi-finals when Joe Jagger headed the winner after 50 following a cross from man of the match Phil Hellawell.
Division One Stanningley were not overshadowed by their top-flight opponents and caused the home teams plenty of problems.
Hollingworth opened the scoring with a header from Graeme Sides' cross and, following goals from Sandy Lane's Mathew Cavanagh and Danny Hook, Hollingworth levelled things with a well-taken shot.
Meanwhile, a brace each from Jamie Scott and Michael Murphy and a strike from Lewis Carol was too much for Wyke Wanderers, who replied through Karl Fawcett, Glynn Hurst and skipper James Cooke.
In Division One, Peel Park brushed aside George Hotel in a thrilling game of 14 goals.
After going behind early on, Peel replied instantly through debutant Adam Turner, and George went in front again before Peel squared things up again through Tez Hargreaves.
Peel then took control and began scoring at will, with Turner scoring another three, Hargreaves also hitting a hat-trick and Allan Morley, Chris Gunson and Anthony Hannan rounded things off as Peel emerged easy winners.
Swaine Green grabbed another three points in Division 2B at Eccleshill Sunday, winning by three goals.
Elliott Holmes grabbed two goals and scored the pick of them with a stunning free-kick from 30 yards.
The other goals came from Matthew Pedder and man of the match Gary Sunderland.
Grass Greener United also defeated AFC Titans by three goals, with strikes from Adam Boocock Chris Sedgwick and Mark Burnham (against his old club).
The visitors missed a chance to get on the scoresheet when host keeper Duane Forrester saved a penalty in the second half.
In Division 3B, Grass Greener United A lost 6-3 at Bowling Hotel, who had hat-tricks from Samuel Jordan and Kirsten Rush.