Nine County Amateur League Premier Division sides, including Campion, Tyersal and Wibsey, won through to the last 32 of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup.

Tyersal, who had arguably one of the easiest round two ties, ran out comfortable 4-1 victors at Craven League outfit Carleton.

Andy Carlton scored two goals, with Danny Malarkey and Dave Armitage sealing the victory.

A Mick Burke penalty and a strike from Adie Howard in the second half were sufficient to give Campion a 2-0 win at Old Headingley.

Wibsey were pushed all the way at Pontefract Sports & Social, Joe Brooksbank and Chris Wood on target as it ended 2-2 after extra-time, Wibsey winning 3-2 in a penalty shoot-out.

Huddersfield sides Bay Athletic, Golcar United and Storthes Hall also had comfortable passages.

Bay beat Bramley Junior Old Boys 5-0, Golcar returned home from Pannal Sports with a 4-1 success and Storthes Hall hit the highest score of the day by trouncing Halifax side Elland United 9-1.

Halifax Irish beat Harrogate side Kirby Malzeard 3-1, while Wakefield-based Eastmoor beat County Amateur Division One outfit Littletown 1-0.

Lower Hopton had a 3-1 home win against fellow Premier Division rivals Ardsley Celtic, Ovenden West Riding lost out 3-1 in a penalty shoot-out at Fields Sports & Social and Heckmondwike Town were also beaten, going down 4-1 to West Yorkshire League side Beeston St Anthony's.

Keighley Shamrocks made no further progress after losing 3-0 at Knaresborough Town.

Dudley Hill Athletic - without a victory in the league this season - made it into round three of the West Riding County F.A Challenge Trophy by firing seven goals past Leeds Red Triangle League side Queens.

Adrian Simpson showed their hosts the way to the net with a hat-trick, Nat Harrison scoring two and further goals from Scott Reynolds and Jeremy Hillam seeing Athletic run out comfortable 7-3 winners.

Tyersal Reserves also reached the third round with Jamie McEwen, Alan Morley Jnr, Andy Busfield, Craig Sparks and Tom Carney all scoring in their 5-1 home victory over Leeds-based Amaranth.

Ventus Yeadon hit Halifax League side Shelf United for six without reply - Alex Cusack and Terry Hargreaves with a double each.

A single Steve Oakes strike for Hunsworth at Ovenden West Riding Reserves was enough to put the Birkenshaw-based side into the next round while Dynamoes went out 3-1 in a penalty shoot-out at St Bedes Old Boys.

Crag Road United also missed out, going down 3-0 away to Meltham Athletic Reserves, as did Steeton - 3-2 losers in extra-time to Hunslet - and Wibsey reserves - beaten 5-3 by Huddersfield side Heywood Sports.

Only a handful of league games were possible. In Mumtaz Division One, Farnley moved to the top of the table after second-half goals from Kevin Sykes and Dale Hanson saw them beat Salts 2-0.

South Bradford blew their chance of moving into second place, losing a 2-1 half-time lead at Marsden, who hit four after the break to run out 5-3 winners.

Steeton were 2-0 down at Wakefield City before a second-half revival saw them score three times to win 3-2.

Dudley Hill Rangers slipped into the bottom two after losing 2-1 at fellow strugglers Kirkburton while Hall Green United moved out of the relegation zone in the Premier Division after beating basement side Hemsworth Miners Welfare in the only top flight game.

Midfielder Liam Blacker suffered a suspected broken leg in Bronte Wanderers' 1-1 draw with Campion in Division Two Rawdon Old Boys had their unbeaten run of five league games ended at Hemsworth Miners Welfare Reserves, who won 4-0, Lee Mulroe netting all four goals.