Sutton Rascals Under-9s B team played their first game after the Christmas break and came up against a very strong Wyke team. Wyke won convincingly with a 6 - 1 scoreline. Eddie Evans scored the consolation goal for rascals in the closing minutes.

Sutton Rascals Under-11s B did not deserve to go to defeat against Guiseley after creating a host of chances. The whole team gave 100 per cent effort with a determined effort right to the final whistle. Outstanding effort came from Conrad Waggett, Ryan Ridehalgh and man of the match Daniel Bowditch.

Silsden Under-12s B gave an outstanding performance in the cup against Long Lee. Despite poor weather conditions the team battled out a 3-3 draw at full time with goals from Sam Stansfield, Nick brown and man of the match Tom Smith. There was no change to scoreline in a tense period of extra time, but the three penalties from Tom Wilson, Tom Smith and Scott Robinson were not enough as Long Lee booked their place in the next round.

Oakworth Under-13s produced a late fight back, but could not prevent Cullingworth securing a 5-3 victory. Oakworth's goals were scored by L Nauman, J Morphet and O Thomas. Joint men of the match were D O'Neill and R Hewitt.

Long Lee Under-11s A showed good team spirit and determination to take a 4-0 victory over Long Lee Under-12s B in the League Cup. James Francis opened with a neat finish followed closely by Philip Smith who unleashed a 30-yard thunderbolt. Francis was on hand against to make it 3-0 at the break. The second half saw Long Lee B come out stronger and were nearly rewarded, but Naill Burke pulled off an outstanding save. Victory was sealed when James Francis completed his hat-trick to make it 4-0. James Francis and Philip Smith shared the match point.

After a tough game on Saturday in the League Cup Long Lee Under-12s B were back in action on Sunday in the Keighley Cup against a strong Silsden B side. Long Lee were on top form as they raced to a 3-1 half time lead with two goals from Ryan Stewart and one from Robert Robinson. Silsden, who drew level to take the game into extra time, dominated the second half. Both teams found the extra period hard work and the match went to a penalty shoot-out. Tom Ford saved two penalties to take Long Lee through into the next round and the keeper shared the match point with Tom Ford.