Dudley Hill Rangers under-eights Blues and Reds beat the weather by reverting to an indoor 4G pitch to host Silsden Knights and Silsden Rams respectively in the Keybury League.

Man of the match Adam Morris scored a double hat-trick, to go with with strikes from Josh Whitford (5), Luke Jeffreys (2) and Brody Pimperton in the Blues’ 14-3 victory over the Knights.

The other encounter was a much closer affair, with Rangers Reds pipping Rams 7-5, with man of the match Ben Gale grabbing five goals, with support from Alfie Turner and Kendall McLoughlin.

Rangers under-nines have bridged the long lay-off with a lot of training on passing and possession and this paid off with an impressive display at Calverley.

Rangers turned in one of their most creative performances of the season on their way to a 4-2 win, Jodie Tiffany firing a hat-trick and Dominic Parish also on target.

Rangers under-tens could not match the success of the younger teams, despite a good performance at their bogey team Albion Sports.

Bad weather resulted in the game being switched to a five-a-side pitch and Rangers trailed 1-0 after being caught cold from a quick throw-in.

In the second half, Rangers peppered the Albion box but could not break down the yellow wall and the ball ended up in the Rangers net again after a short throw-in was intercepted.

BPA under-18s A put in a first-class peformance to beat Silsden Juniors 3-1 in the Craven, Aire & Wharfe League.

In an outstanding team effort, goals came from David Rooney, Jack Conroy and Jack Kipling.

Bradford Warriors travelled to Ossett Albion in the last 16 of the RCD Huddersfield League Cup.

It was always going to be a tough ask against a side three divisions higher and they were 4-0 down at half-time.

Jordan Styslo tapped in following good work from Roberto McFarlane, with final score 7-1.

Callum Marshall was named man of the match.

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