Denhome United 0 Steeton 6 - Steeton progressed to the second round with a comfortable win against spirited local rivals Denholme who had the better of the early exchanges. Things started to settle down for the Summerhill Lane side when Hollindrake opened the scoring.

Lee Barker swept the ball home through a crowded area for the second.

After a succession of missed chances, including some fine saves from the Denholme 'keeper and other efforts that struck the woodwork Airdrie chipped the keeper to put Steeton 3-0 up.

Denholme never gave up, but the Steeton back line held firm. Airdrie's pinpoint corner was forced home at the second attempt by Adam Smith and they went further ahead when substitute Mostyn Hockey slotted home.

Finally Aaron Hollindrake added to his tally.

Storthes Hall 3

Bronte Wanderers 6

Bronte pulled off a giant-killing act, knocking out one of the most successful teams of recent years before Silsden dominated of the competition.

Dave Nelson opened the scoring and Bronte survived constant pressure and considered themselves lucky to be in front after 45 minutes.

Storthes Hall played with passion and skill to equalise and Bronte looked to be in trouble. However after 60 minutes the visitors got into their stride.

Dave Armstrong put an excellent header into the net to put Bronte back in front and the visitors were soon 3 -1 up after a brilliant individual goal from Armstrong. Storthes pulled one back but Dave Nelson scored a magnificent goal from the half way line to leave the home side's keeper looking rather embarrassed.

Hall pulled another back to make it 4-3 but Bronte pulled away again after Joe Blacka's hard work forced an error. Finally Dave Nelson reached his hat-trick with a cool finish to seal an impressive win.

County Trophy

Steeton Res 1

Knaresborough Town Res 5

Steeton Reserves faced a tough match with a depleted squad.

The visitors took the lead in their first attack when Steeton failed to deal with a corner. However the lead lasted barely 30 seconds as the lively Gott pounced.

The second half saw Knaresborough take a 3-1 lead with two quick goals as Steeton failed to get going, however a moment of controversy proved the turning point when sub Simon Perryman's shot hit the bar and bounced at least a yard over the line.

With the Steeton players celebrating the referee waved 'play on' much to amazement of both sides. The decision meant Steeton were forced to chase the game and push players forward and whilst they went close through Chris Fothergill and Joe Knome Knaresborough made it four with five minutes to go and completed the scoring with the last kick off the game.

This week they face a tough trip to league leaders Brighouse Town.

Other results: FC Bosnia 6 Cross Hills Res 3, Amaranth 1 Keighley Shamrocks Res 5.

Sunday Cup: Crossflatts 6 Queensbridge 0, Old Goole 0 Silsden 6.

Sunday Trophy: Crossflatts Ryshworth 4 Oldfield Hotel 2.

Second Round Draws

County Cup: Farsley Celtic v Silsden

Challenge Cup: Brone Wasnderers v Knaresborough Town, Steeton v Keighley Shamrocks, Kirk Deighton v Oxenhope Rec, Ovenden WR v Cross Hills, Sandy Lane v Brighouse OB, Boroughbridge v Silsden 2004.

Challenge Trophy: FC Bosnia v Keighley Shamrocks, Keighley Lifts v Golden Lion (Halifax).

Sunday Cup: Crossflatts v Oakwell Motel, Silsden v Old White Hart.

Sunday Trophy: Eastfield v Silsden Town, Wagon v Keighley Athletic, Crossflatts v Ilkley Dynamo, Claro Beagle v Eastwood Tavern, Shoulder Royd v Keighley Royal.