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Curtis McMahon's brace helps Buttershaw White Star into third round
Buttershaw White Star are through to the third round of the Bradford & District FA Sunday Senior Cup.
Two goals in as many minutes just before half-time put Buttershaw in command against Mill Lane.
Graeme Sides and Curtis McMahon opened the scoring, and second-half strikes from Andrew Gallagher, Mark Bett (penalty) and a second from McMahon saw last season's runners-up into the next round.
A Matty Hannan hat-trick, Anthony Hannan (2), Liam Roper (2), Ryan Dunne and Steve Jarockyj all contributed for Peel Park in a 9-1 victory at Woodman Wibsey.
Cuedos Rangers, from Division One, beat Premier Division Queensbury in extra-time, Chris Durn (2), Scott Reynolds and Daniel Duckworth netting for the winners, with Durn getting the winner on 110 minutes.
Lane Ends also surprised higher-division opponents in George Hotel, Dale Howard and Leigh Binns getting on the scoresheet in a 2-1 victory.
Tyersal beat Dog & Gun 4-2 after being behind at the interval, with Tommy Carney hitting a brace for the hosts, and Victoria Rangers defeated White Eagles 3-2, with Dean Burnside, Nick Walker and Theo Bujra finding the net for the home side.
Eccleshill WMC managed to squander leads of 3-0 and 4-1 in their Bradford & District FA Sunday Cup tie as Jubo Dhol forced extra time with three goals in 15 minutes.
The latter then took the lead before the hosts pegged them back to 5-5. Eccleshill WMC then lost their second penalty shoot-out in as many weeks, this time by 5-3.
Earlier Eccleshill had raced into a three-goal lead via Vinny Walker, Sam Thom and Matty Hargreaves before Jubo pulled one back just before half-time.
In the second half, Liam Nicholson scored from the touchline to make it 4-1 before Jubo's swift treble forced the extra period.
Dhol took the lead for the first time, Adam Snazel putting the hosts level with his first goal for the club before penalties were Eccleshill's undoing once again.
Buttershaw Rangers hit 12 against Woodman, with Anthony Dyson scoring four and Lee Mallinson getting a hat-trick.