BAILDON Trinity Athletic were on the wrong end of a 5-1 thrashing by Swillington Saints in West Yorkshire League Division Two.

After an even first 15 minutes, Saints opened the scoring, and Baildon heads seemed to drop as they conceded four more before half-time.

Some stern words were spoken in the Baildon changing room during the interval, and they came out fighting in the second half.

They dominated the second period and were rewarded when Ashley Cooper’s quick feet in the penalty area earned a spot kick, which Elliot Moody calmly converted.

Baildon had many chances to get back into the game, the most prominent falling to Tom Craven, who volleyed just wide.

In the Bradford & District FA Saturday Cup, Field Reserves put nine past Hunsworth without conceding.

However, Hunsworth were on top but two quick goals for Field before half-time was a bit unfair on their opponents.

The second half was a completely different story, however, as Field took total control.

Jack Webster ended up with four goals, and was closely followed by Lewis Forsythe (3) and Liam Charles (2).

Field manager Matt Vickers said: “Kieran Suddards was a in a different class to everyone else.

"We were really clinical in our finishing, plus our fitness, discipline and great football saw us run out comfortable winners."

Field will meet Campion Reserves in the second round on Saturday, October 21.