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Lee Thrush strike leaves Old Headingley in a flap
It was a day of mixed fortunes for Yorkshire Amateur League clubs in the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup first round.
Farnley Sports crashed out unexpectedly 7-1 at Holmfield, with James Offlow netting the only consolation.
And goals for Grant Jackson and Nick Smith only scratched the surface as Huddersfield League outfit Newsome eased past Grangefield Old Boys 5-2.
But Gildersome Spurs edged past Old Headingley 3-2 on penalties after their tie had finished 1-1, with skipper Lee Thrush having netted a 30-yard equaliser.
And Farsley Celtic Juniors were 4-1 winners against Ryburn, although it was only 1-0 at the interval thanks to a Craig Farrand penalty for handball.
Ben Cook and Si McQuiston extended the advantage and although Old Headingley pulled one back, Luke Gordon finished the job.
It was a similar story in the West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy, with Grangefield OB Reserves losing 6-3 to Colne Valley despite goals from Si Rothery (2) and Sam Russel.
St Bedes Reserves were scuppered 5-0 by West Yorkshire League side Heckmondwike Town, Elliott Williams bagging a hat-trick, while Gildersome Spurs OB Reserves crashed out 7-2 to Howden Clough.
But Morley Town overcame an early 2-0 deficit to beat Halton Moor 3-2 thanks to goals by Ash Thorpe, Marc Haley with a long-range free-kick and Jovan Kioseff five minutes from time.
League action saw Old Batelians win their Senior A section battle with fellow promoted side Old Modernians 2-1 as Jay Flowerdew and Stuart Otway outscored Johnny Hick.
Calverley picked up their first point of the season at the expense of the leaders as they equalised on three occasions through Kieran Kenneally, Rory Lewis and Tom Westerman to cancel out strikes by Jack Kitson, Liam Mallinson and goalkeeper John Bull.