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Teenagers shine for Farsley Celtic Juniors' seniors
5:30pm Monday 22nd October 2012 in Sport
Despite a goal from Brad White, Yorkshire Amateur League side Calverley United were beaten 3-1 by visitors Old Headingley in the second round of the Bradford & District Saturday Senior Cup.
Grangefield Old Boys had better luck in the first round of the Leeds & District FA Saturday Senior Cup.
They defeated visitors Hunslet Club 4-2 in a cracking tie, Kev Brown and an own goal from a whipped-in Chris Cairns free-kick giving the Old Boys a 2-1 interval lead.
Hunslet dominated the early part of the second half and equalised midway through it, but Grangefield dominated extra-time, Matt Tomlinson and Rees Moore scoring spectacular goals.
Farsley Celtic Juniors included five 16-year-olds but defeated Robin Hood Athletic Reserves 6-3 in the second round of the Leeds & District FA Cup.
Celtic started slowly and recovered from a goal down to restore parity by the break.
However, a three-goal surge after the interval steered them in the right direction. Goals for Farsley came from Ben Cook (2), Si McQuiston (2), Sam Bradley and 16-year-old Danny Dalton.
Cleckheaton Sporting's conduct was exemplary, despite their 15-0 defeat at Gildersome Spurs Old Boys in the Heavy Woollen District FA Cup. Matty Jackson (4), Steve Wales (4), Matty Moon (3), Mike Hall, Ben Keedy, Sam Bentley and Gav Huxall all found the net.
Heckmondwike Grammar School Old Boys went down 3-0 to visitors Battyeford Albion but Heckmondwike had a superb 4-2 victory at arch rivals Hartshead, although they needed extra-time.
Goals in normal time for Heckmondwike came from Elliott Williams and Noel Whitaker but Hartshead levelled at 2-2 as the full-time whistle blew.
An own goal and a strike from Liam Govan late in the second period of extra-time clinched the tie for Heckmondwike.
In the league, St Bede's found the other side of the coin this week as all three of their teams lost, having all triumphed the previous weekend.
Goals from Shane Grace and Darryl Bedeau gave Wigton Moor a 2-0 victory over St Bede's first team in the Senior B Division, the losers dropping into the bottom two, while their reserves went down 12-1 at unbeaten Morley Town in Division Two, despite leading the table.
St Bede's Reserves now have a negative goal difference after John Wilmshurst (2), Joseph Hemingway, Jovan Kioseff, Daniel Makin, Chris Pearson and second-alf substitute Ryan Hartley (6) were on target.
St Bede's Thirds lost 2-1 at home to Ealandians Thirds in Division Five, and also drop into the bottom two. Ealandians led 1-0 at half-time, Brynley Davis equalising from a free-kick in the 65h minute but with ten minutes left Sohrob Rostampour added his second to give the leaders all three points.
In Division One, Gildersome Spurs Reserves defeated St Nicholas 4-2 in an eye-catching display, goals coming from Danny Danby, Mark Bedford, Mikey Durham and James Wilby.