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Andy Bailey whacks five goals as Tyersal rack up 15
Salts match-winner Kyle Berry takes on James Taylor of Horbury Town in the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup
There were goals galore as the majority of West Riding County Amateur League sides faced opposition from the local district leagues in the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup first round.
Leading the way were Tyersal, who visited Huddersfield Works League side Marsden and outclassed their hosts to romp through 15-1.
Andy Bailey led the way with five of the goals, backed up by a hat-trick from Alan Morley junior, two apiece by Graeme Sides, Damian Rushworth and Terry Ryan and one from Glynne Beale.
Campion also took their scoring boots with them to tackle Halifax League side Copley and returned home with a 9-3 victory.
Jordan Missin and Ben O’Melia netted twice, with further strikes added by Liam Charles, James Gorman, Omar Habeeb, Mark Trueman and a own goal.
A second-half goal from Kyle Berry earned his Salts side a 1-0 home victory over West Yorkshire League opponents Horbury Town.
Wibsey also eased into the second round with a 4-1 victory at Yorkshire Amateur League outfit St Bedes. Mick Walton (2), Mick Burke and Danny O’Donnell were on target, with Kris Balodis replying.
Littletown took an early lead through Ricky Newman against Halifax Irish before second-half strikes from Gareth Sherwood and Gareth Jones gave the visitors a 2-1 victory.
Bay Athletic, who were runners-up last season, needed a last-minute penalty converted by Danny Stocker to give them a 1-0 victory at Lower Hopton. Premier Division pacesetters Ovenden West Riding marched on with a 6-2 win at Old Modernians.
But Hunsworth, who have won all their games in Division One this season, bowed out when they lost 3-1 at West Yorkshire League outfit Wetherby Athletic.
The County Amateur League will also be well represented in the next round of the West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy after most sides won their first-round ties.
Campion Reserves had Chris Graham and David Armitage on target with two goals apiece, while one from Nyandoro Mandini completed a 5-2 success against Brighouse Sports.
Both Steeton and Salts Reserves scored eight times, with Danny Bailey netting five for Salts as they beat Denholme United Reserves 8-1.
Graham Holmes bagged a hat-trick for Steeton as they returned from Golcar with an 8-3 victory over Golcar United of the Huddersfield Works League.
DRAM Community Centre and Lower Hopton Reserves took top scoring honours with double-figure victories.
Craig Thompson and Curtis Roberts netted five goals each as DRAM accounted for Seacroft AFC 15-1, while Lower Hopton crushed Cleckheaton Sports 10-0.