While not quite at their best Cowling Under-10s eventually overcame a useful Kings Park Wildcats team 4-1. Scorers were Jacob Hough (2), George Sellars and Josh Wood with one each. Man of the match was Jacob Hough.

Keighley Shamrock Under-7s continued their unbeaten run with a 6-1 win over Thackley. All players from both teams played superb football in a good spirit. Man of the match was Owen Williamson who scored four goals. Other goals came from Oliver Leeming and Christian Glindo.

Keighley Shamrock Under-8s missed a host of chances before falling behind midway through the first half. Sam Fox equalised before Idle took the lead for a second time. James Gilmartin produced a spell of inspired football, scoring a hat-trick before half time to secure a 4-2 lead. Man of the match Connor Mitchell switched from midfield to defence and after good performances Jordan Renwick, Wasim Tanvier and Luke Rooney they made way for the less experienced Jordan Powell, Nathan Brett and Thomas Woodward who all made impressive contributions. Idle pulled a goal back, but Shammies held out for a 4-3 win.

Keighley Shamrock Under-9s secured a 3-0 victory over Vision. Good team work resulted in goals from Cameron Galindo and man of the match Luke McKenna (2). Tom Crawley played well in goal while Jack Bilney and Kieran Hindle were solid at the back. Ben Parnaby was always a threat up front.

Keighley Shamrock Under-11s got off to a flying start with an early goal from Ben Roe against Eldwick. Goal fever then spread to man of the match Jackson Rouse who bagged a couple to secure a 3-0 half time lead. There were outstanding contributions in midfield from Dylan Ward, Jamie Greenwood and Jordan Bates with Adam Laycock on form in defence. In the second half Eldwick pulled a goal back but their fate was sealed as Ben Roe got his second and Jack Emmett made it 5-1 at full time.

Keighley Shamrock Under-12s continued their unbeaten start to the season with a battling performance against a very good Sutton team. Shamrocks took the lead through Jake Ward and Michael Ruddock made it 2-0 before Sutton pulled a goal back. Adam Shepherd struck an unstoppable 30-yard free kick to give the home side a 3-1 lead at half time. Sutton forced the play early in the second half and got back on level terms but the Shammies took control in the last 15 minutes. Ryan Stubbs scored two goals in the last five minutes to see the Shammies home. Connor Beddoes, the Shammies keeper, was man of the match after a string of brilliant saves.

Keighley Shamrock Under-16s put on an outstanding performance beating Menston Hotshots 3-2. The Shamrocks were losing 2-0 and two excellent saves from keeper Jake Yaxley kept them in with a chance. Goals from Dale Harker and man of the match Gavin Meakin (2) made certain of victory.

Long Lee Under-8s secured a 4-0 win over Myrtle Park with Reece Webb scoring tow first half goals. After the break Keane Shaw added to the score before Webb competed his hat-trick. Myrtle Park couldn't break the solid defence of Dominic Smith and Joshua Kelly with Nathan Mullaney, Zak Wake and Colin Preston contributing to a great team performance.

Long Lee Vipers Under-9s entertained Westwood Jets who proved to be tough opposition. The impressive Joe Cutler opened the scoring for the Vipers before Westwood equalised straight after halftime. David Spence scored the winner and with Charlie Shimmin producing some fabulous saves and Ben Sutcliffe and Benedict North solid in defence as they secured a 2-1 win.

Long Lee Under-10s pulled off a 6-3 victory over Sedbergh after taking a 2-1 lead at the break with goals from Declan Burke and man of the match Jack Armitage. Sedbergh hit back with two quick goals, but strikes from Jack O'Keefe, Liam Chipman and Samee Tariq (2), sealed victory.

Long Lee Under-13s put in another outstanding display to beat Idle 6-0. Man of the match A Kirby scored a hat-trick with other goals from K O'Driscoll, S Quinlan and J Alvey. Good displays also came from defenders J Holt, A Cox and goalkeeper C Jones.

Long Lee Vipers Under-14s were on the receiving end of a 5-2 defeat by Nignley who raced into a 3-0 lead. Two goals from Joshua Huntley put Long lee back in the game but as they pressed for an equaliser they were caught on the counter-attack. R J Gaughan collected his third consecutive man of the match award.

Long Lee Rattlers Under-14s gave another gritty performance, but a strong Heaton side secured a 15-1 win. Despite the scoreline Long Lee showed a lot of good football and were unlucky not to reduce the deficit. Simon Gerard scored Long Lee's only goal with a superb header and Danny Sutherland shared the match point with Andrew Dixon.

Oakworth Under-8s played some wonderful football and pinned Bolton Woods in there own half for much of game but went down 6-0. Oakworth were unable to turn chances and pressure into goals. Bolton Woods hit Oakworth six times on the break, the score didn't reflect the way Oakworth played. There were excellent performances by Lewis Hopkinson, Connor McGrann, Callum Holmes and Joe Horsfield, Matthew Spoor was man of the match

Oakworth Wasps Under-8s continue to improve but were unlucky to go down 3-1 to Bolton Woods. Man of the match Dan Scott opened the scoring with a fine strike and in the second half Oakworth lost shape and allowed Woods back into the match with two goals. Wasps pushed for a second before Woods sealed the win near the end. There were excellent performances Cameron Thynne, Jack McGarry, Sam Adams and Jordan Barclay.

Oakworth Hornets Under 9s went a goal down before they started to play against Gomersal/Cleckheaton. After the break Nicholas Sharples equalised and the game flowed from end to end. Neither side could force a winner and the game ended in a 1-1 draw. Peter Kus and Ben Reeve had good games for Oaks.

Oakworth Wasps Under-9s came up against a strong Gomersal B side took the lead just before half time. In the second half Oaks began to get on top and were rewarded when Jake Smith equalised. Gomersal secured a 2-1 victory despite the efforts of Bradley Scrutton and Chandler Hughes.

Oakworth Stingers Under-9s continued their impressive start to the season against Shipley Pumas. Joe Meegan on his first game for the team scored the opening goal. From then on Oaks dominated the game but found the Shipley goalkeeper in excellent form. In the second half two Shani Iqbal goals made the final score 3-0. Jack Keighley was superb in defence as were Daniel Madden and Josh Storr in midfield.

Oakworth Hornets Under-10s continued their impressive season with a 4-0 victory over previously unbeaten Burley. Oliver Arthurs and Zeeshan Ali gave oaks a 2-0 lead at the break with Arthurs and Josef Drake adding two more in the second half. Goalkeeper Adam Dowler made good saves whenever Burley threatened and captain Declan Consoli was secure in defence.

Oakworth Under-10s Wasps beat Burnley B 8-1 with some impressive passing throughout the game. They held a 3-0 lead at half time and added five more after the break. Goals came from Zack Storr (3), Joshua Kiteley (2), Drew Calver, Casey Dowthwaite and man of the match was Callum Collier.

Silsden Under-9 A's man of the match Calum Hey broke the deadlock with a fine run from halfway to slot past the Shipley's keeper and provided a pinpoint corner for Euan Sessford to put Silsden 2-0 up at half time. They were 3-0 up just into the second half following a Sessford free kick before allowing Shipley back into the game with two quick but they held out for a 3-2 win.

Silsden Under-9s B played some superb football to overwhelm the Shipley B side 7-0. Sam Warriner made a good double save for Silsden before man of the match Ben Sheppard hit a Josh Jordan cross for the first. Jordan then scored and shots from Lewis Taylor and Sheppard were deflected into their own net by the Shipley defence for a 4-0 half time lead. Taylor and Sheppard scored again in the second half and only a fine save from the Shipley keeper denied Joe Mason's long range shot. Hardworking Harry McGowan scored the final goal from outside the box.

Silsden Under-10s A beat Dudley Hill Whites 6-1 after conceding a goal in the first minute. They go into their stride when James Hitch equalised and David Hunt put them ahead before Josh Brown scored his first goal of the season to make it 3-1 at half time. Further goals from Josh Metcalfe, Ryan Narey and Hunt gave Silsden a convincing win. James Hitch was man of the match.

Silsden have invited Keighley Shamrocks Under-10s A to play a curtain-raiser at Cougar Park before Silsden's North West Counties Division One game with Ramsbottom United tonight (Friday). The kick off will be at 6.15pm and the match will be 20 minutes each way. The club hopes for plenty of support for the teams.

Silsden Under-10s B got off to a flyer against Dudley Hill Blues when Jack Leach scored an early goal to send them on their way to a 5-2 victory. Leach added a second before Silsden conceded a breakaway goal to make it 2-1 at half time. Silsden scored three second half goals through Cameron Latter, Alex Robinson and an own goal before Dudley Hill scored a late consolation effort. George Holmes was man of the match.

Silsden Under-11s made it four wins out of four with an 8-0 victory over Keighley United.. Harvey Briggs put in another solid performance in defence for Silsden who went into the half time break with a 4-0 lead. Excellent work from Oliver Stephenson and Zak Conway helped Silsden secure victory. Scorers were were Tom McCann (3), Josh McNulty (2), Luke Wilson (2) and Ben Geary.

Silsden Under-14s B had a fantastic home win beating Eldwick 6-3. Silsden controlled the game from start to finish and goals were scored by Josh Harrison (2), George Moffat (2), Scott Robinson and Kyle Wilkin. Man of the match was Steve Wiseman who was superb in defence.

Silsden Girls Under-14s had a successful second game with a 1-0 win over former West Riding League members Oulton. Rebecca McLean scored the winning goal with an excellent shot from just outside the area. Goalkeeper Kat Storton had an excellent game despite being injured in the first half and was well covered by defenders Lauren Harker and Liz Wootton. Player of the match was on-form Lauren Holmes who dominated mid-field with partner Jessica Clarke.

Sutton Under-11s B continued their fantastic start to the season making it three wins out of three. This time they were at home to Eldwick in a closely fought match. Sutton took the lead in the first half with a well-taken goal from Robbie Smith although it wasn't long before Eldwick equalised from a long range effort. The scores were level at half time and looked like staying that way until Alex Keating expertly turned in a Robert Matthews cross. Matthews then made the game safe with an outstanding effort from just inside the Eldwick half to make the final score 3-1. James Beaumont was awarded man of the match for a good all round performance.

Sutton Under-9s earned their first win of the season with a 4-1 victory over Bradford Tigers. Tom Storrie opened the scoring for Sutton two minutes later defender Billy Marklew ran the length of the pitch to score his first of the season. Sam Birks rounded the keeper to finish with style. After Tigers scored stout defending from Callum Leng and Jack Wrigglesworth kept them at bay, the game was settled when Danny Skelton smashed home Sutton's fourth. Billy Marklew was man of the match.

Sutton Under-9s B played out a 3-3 draw with Bradford Tigers B. Peter Stoney gave Sutton and early lead but Tigers hit back straight from the restart. Stoney reinstated the slim lead, but once again Tigers quickly levelled things. After the break Bradford Tigers rained shots on the Sutton goal and ultimately took the lead for the first time. Stoney who completed his hat-trick to secure a share of the points with goalkeeper Joel Arbabha making a vital late save. Peter Stoney and Jacob Tattam shared the man of the match award.